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This review is from: Rosewill RM-P2P Mouse - 3 Buttons, 1 x Wheel, PS/2 Wired, Optical, 800 dpi
Pros: May be OK If you really need a PS/2 rodent
Cons: Didn't pay very close attention. Bought 2 and tried on nice refurb HPQ SFF system. They light up but do not work. Found another computer with PS/2 port and they work fine there. Only I use that via USB KVM.
Other Thoughts: At least they came with a nice rebate. Presuming that money shows up, I will write off the effort required to get it, the time wasted, and the general uselessness of the productREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link Wireless AC750 Dual Band Cloud Router (DIR-810L)
Pros: Nice size, 5 gHz radio, reasonably cool running, very good price where I got it.
Cons: No reasonable open source firmware support
Other Thoughts: Took a chance on DIR-810L B1 found on close out table in local big box store. Picked it up, frowned, and put it down. Associate offered to mark it down to half the close out price and I took it. From there the fun stopped. I tried all the ways of flashing and only succeeded in moving from 2.01 to 2.02 to 2.03 and back. It would not take anything else until I got the SDK, extracted multiple tar balls, and used a utility therein to hack OpenWRT Chaos Calmer firmware to make it look right. It did take it and it does work, but 5 gHz radio does not show up. From reading all the forum stuff I find, I conclude that DD-WRT may also be possible but they don't have the radio working either! Therefore, if I can get manufacturer's firmware back on it (or not) it is on its way to the Salvation Army and someone else can have fun.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: One good point! Cord jacket is textured and does not appeal to my cord chomping cat so she has not destroyed it yet.
Feel is good and keyboard works with Linux.
Cons: Not only is it ugly with the stupid yellow triangle logo, but those six keys below the space bar are going to get you! Especially the 4th and 5th ones.
Fifth one is the worst -- it does the asdf switching, rendering the keyboard useless until you figure out what to mash.
Fourth one is "fire" meaning multiple key strokes are sent each time you press a key. Equally annoying. If you accidentally brush one of these, you go back and redo.
Other Thoughts: Unless you are game-playing kid and those key functions do something for you, stay away from this model!READ FULL REVIEW