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This review is from: TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router
Pros: Fast, Powerful with modern up to date specs at price lower than Netgear R7000 or Asus RT-AC68U. USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports.
Able to utilize full limit of my Internet connection 55 mbs(about 5 megabytes per second)down/5.5 mbs up(Time Warner Cable).
Cons: Can't Wall mount or no provisions to do so.
After flashing DD-WRT, can;t flash back to TP-Link firmware(not a big deal)
Other Thoughts: Running DD-WRT 27490 STD with 3.0 kernel flashed straight from the web browser. Easier to flash than other comparable routers.
Doesn;t run as hot as I heard. Not a bad deal for a dual core router with AC radio and 128 megabytes of RAM.
This review is from: Motorola Moto G Boost Mobile No Contract Android Smart Phone
Pros: Bootloader can be unlocked, phone can be rooted and switched from Boost to Pageplus Cellular(Verizon) easily.
Quad Core CPU with 1 Gig of RAM performs well
Should have Kitkat 4.42 OS on it already
Price is cheap
Cons: Non removable Battery means that when the battery stops holding a charge, this phone will be toast.
No MicroSD card slot means you will have to store your data in the cloud.
3G only means you're limited to 3g speeds
Other Thoughts: On XDA-Developers and Howardforums, they have figured out how to convert this phone easily to Pageplus Cellular right out of the box without having to activate on Boost. PPC is a prepaid no contract MVNO that uses Verizon service-instantly fixing the biggest complaint about this phone-that Boost is not a great service.
it requires that you unlock the bootloader(voids the warranty) and then load the Verizon Android OS via a PC and USB cable. At that point, you can activate it on PPC and get full working 3G speeds. You can also easily root it and remove the Verizon bloatware afterwards.
This is a great deal for a phone that retails for over 179$ and no contract required. I bought this phone from another provider but wanted to pass the info along.
This review is from: FAVI Entertainment SS-4GB SmartStick with Android Apps (Built-in WiFi)
Pros: Correction-it;s only a single core A9 running at 1 ghz.
Cons: Specs are not clear on website or Newegg so deducting an egg.
Other Thoughts: most people will want to hold out for a dual core or quad core unit.READ FULL REVIEW