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Pros: I'm very happy with the screen brightness and colors, and the touch feature works as expected. I need to do some touch screen software development and considered buying a touch-enabled laptop, but adding this monitor to my desktop was less expensive, and also upgraded my desktop's video performance.
Cons: The jacks from the USB hub are inconveniently locatedREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: low price.successfully connected a wired ethernet printer into my wifi lan. This is in AP position. I found the Router and Repeater positions did what they sound like: route the ethernet connection onto WIFI, and repeat one wifi to another, respectively.
Cons: Appears to be no way to turn off its access point. I end up with an "extra" SSID that I want nobody to connect to. I was able to turn ON wifi/security/access policy/Allow and then give it no MAC addresses and that blocked connections. The newegg page says it has "7" modes. That is an exaggeration. The 3 position switch is what it can do. The AP position retains the "Repeater" setup web page that is also in Repeater and, with either switch position, it can connect to an existing wifi. But it publishes its own AP in all three switch positions.
Other Thoughts: The documentation is useless. I was able to make it work by trying the switch in the 3 positions, connecting to its web setup interface (use the gateway IP it sets when you DHCP) and guess what the web parameters meant.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BLU Neo JR S370 Red Unlocked Dual SIM Android 4.2 WiFi 3.5" Touchscreen 1Ghz CPU
Pros: Real Android phone with recent-rev OS for an amazingly cheap price.
Radio config matches my AT&T contract nicely. Moved my old SIM to the Neo and worked right out of the box.
Cons: Very limited storage. less than 100MB avail for apps. SD card slot is there, but Android demands apps load in phone storage. It originated calls fine, but refused to ring until after the first reboot.READ FULL REVIEW