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This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WA801ND Wireless N300 Access Point, 300Mbps, Multifunction, Multiple SSID
Pros: pretty easy to get set up, when up and running it is easy to plug this into any network with DHCP and get online with wireless devices. Really cheap too, so that is kinda nice.
Cons: I could not get this to power up on a PoE port on a Cisco switch. I then tried using an inline 48v power inserter at which point I heard some sizzling and immediately unplugged the AP. surprisingly it still works, so I'm not sure what fried inside, but don't use a 48v power inserter with this.
Other Thoughts: TP-Link should be more clear on what defines "PoE" as I just wanted a basic AP to get its own power so I can go to a site and plug this in without needing a wall wart power supply. Their version of inserting power is weird and not standard. I may try out the Ubiquiti airGateway-LR instead, as it looks like it will do the same thing but actually run off of a PoE port.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech S120 2.20 Watts (RMS) 2.0 Speaker System
Pros: cheap speakers with a volume knob and headphone jack. They make sound, which is all I needed.
Cons: I am located really close to an AM radio station, and these speakers pick up the radio station and plays it through the speakers. I have never seen this with any other cheap speakers, so they could use better RF filtering internally.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fits a larger sized Micro-ATX board pretty well, Front USB 3.0 is fantastic, Front Mesh pops off easily for regular cleaning, very small form factor overall
Cons: the Hard drive cage blocks access to one of my RAM slots after a drive is installed, tall memory sticks would hit the hard drive in that location
Other Thoughts: if the hard drives could be oriented differently, either perpendicular inside the case or turned on their sides, it would make fitment a lot easier and future-proofed.
Be aware of how many wires your PSU has, the setup I built had tons of extra wires I had to cram below the DVD drive bay. There is not a lot of open space once you put everything together. (don't block the 120mm fan either!)