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This review is from: BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N150 Wireless USB Adapter - WLI-UC-GNHP
Pros: This is the best USB Wireless dongle I have owned yet, I have it on a Lenovo Think Centre A70z, All In One. I mounted this AIO to the wall merely just to use it for Magic Jack, The reception is great, fast, with no lagging. As far as the installation, it was a bit tricky, but go slow and watch what your doing, it does work. Here is a tip. You will come to a screen that gives you 2 choices, they will be 2 box like icons that are fairly large, don't remember what they say, but I picked the left one. It was a guess on my part but obviously the correct tone.
Other Thoughts: Buy this Baby!!!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card was installed into a Dell Precision 690 Workstation, running 2 - Dual Core Xeon 3.0 processors, 16GB memory, 15,000 RPM SAS drive 160GB, 1-2TB 7200 RPM Storage Drive. This machine just rocks with this card. Previously I purchased the GTX 460 for another 690. But the 570 just opens up the flood gates and lets this machine scream!!
Cons: It does not come with the 6 Pin Power pigtails, you must have 2 6 pin rails coming from your Power Supply. I didnt have but happen to have some that came with another card, so that saved me.
Otherwise no complaints
Pros: Like all Raptors, these drives are the 21st century SCSI, when it comes to reliability is uncomparible, the speed and read/write and access times are unmatchable. as far as cost, price out a 600GB SCSI drive, here is an example:
Seagate Genuine Cheetah ST3600002SS 600 GB 10000 RPM
Part Number: ST3600002SS
I will agree SCSI is a different interface and designed for long years of use and what not, but very pricey, SATA is the consumer version of that, Still very high quality, but more afforadable for the average consumer.
I have owned many of the Raptors, and the SCSI equivilents, with no complaints from either.
So for all those that are whining about the price, let em whine. My final thought:
Now that these are 600GB I can buy an 8 drive external Raid enclosure and install 8 of these drives in a striped raid, and have 4.8 TB of backup storage!
Cons: None Technically
Other Thoughts: Go for it! and Enjoy!!!READ FULL REVIEW