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"AMAZING WIRELESS HUD/STORAGE EXPANSION/EXTERNAL POWER BANK FOR IOS/ANDROID" - By darren
Recently asked to do a fair and honest review of the Ravpower RP-WD02 Wireless WiFi-Disk. It is probably the best investment I have made for ALL my mobile devices. I was on the fence about what wireless wifi storage to get Seagate, Kingston Wi-drive, Airstash and lots more but decided on the ravpower. Main reason was that it had a micro SD card slot and USB port to connect a multitude of different storage devices. And lets be honest, how many SD cards, microsd cards, portable hard drives and usb flash drives do we have laying around? There is soooo much potential with this product and some very nice surprises that I found out that makes this wifi disk a MUST have for all the tech geeks in us.
Bonus, it doubles up as external battery pack. 6,000mah may not be a lot but it does come in ... full review
I have tried both the SB6120 and the SB6121 and the signal levels and speeds were the same on both. The SB6121 is a little smaller than the SB6120 but runs much warmer than the SB6120. Looks like they tried to cram too much hardware into too small of a space.
My SB6121 did not come with the power save button (it's listed as an optional feature), so about the only difference between the two models is the design. Both the SB6120 and the SB6121 use the same firmware: labeled SB612X.
So unless you want the different looking LED lights and a smaller and warmer box for a higher price, stay with the SB6120.
As far as speeds are concerned: the multiple channel bonding on these DOCSIS 3.0 modems is nice for sustained constant speeds. It also makes it easier for your ISP to ... full review
"DIR-868L: Good addition to AC high performance routers" - By klas
This review is for DIR-868L.
UPDATED 5/24: After testing it for a few days I decided to stay with R6300, while I liked the design of 868L, web interface and feature set it just didn't deliver the same (or better) bandwidth/range as now a year old Netgear R6300.
ORIGINAL REVIEW Love trying out new routers, so I bought this one so I could compare to my trusty Netgear R6300 that I owned for almost a year (you can see my review for R6300 in my profile)
My needs: Improve performance for all my N clients in 2.4Ghz & 5Ghz bands. I don't own any AC clients to test the speeds.
Design. I like the tube/cylinder design which is a bit unusual to see it in a router. It's difficult to compare to the size to R6300 (which is big already), but it is ... full review
"Useful Light-Duty UPS with Some Obvious Design Oversights" - By M. Pickering (MI, USA)
My home and home office contain many sensitive electronic devices. We have several personal computers, a PC server, NAS drives, routers, switches, printers, cordless phones, security system, etc. All of these things (and more) plug into the AC mains and are therefore vulnerable to voltage sags or spikes and the occasional power outage. When a person invests a lot of money in electronic hardware, it only makes sense to do everything you can to protect it. That is why I always discourage people from plugging these sensitive devices directly into the wall. I currently have a total of 10 UPS systems and two line conditioners in my home, which protect my most valuable computer, security and A/V equipment.
Over the years the cost of power conditioners and Uninterrupted Power Supplies has dropped drastically, and yet the overall reliability and performance of these have improved ... full review
"Have no fear. Easiest wireless setup, ever." - By bilagaana (USA)
I dumped my one year old HP 8000 wireless inkjet when it became obvious it was going to cost me two hundred dollars a year for even minimum use. You can read my review on that pig's product page for more details.
As with most users I have no expertise in wireless. Every time I add a device, it's plug-and-pray time. My network is run through an old Asus router which supports only WEP and WPA, not WPS. I don't know exactly what that means, other than that WPS apparently is a new standard which improves the installation process. My home network has slowly grown to inlude a W7 desktop, a Vista laptop, two other XP desktops (I never throw away old computers), one wireless adapter for my TV and bluray player, and one wireless printer.
I have to say that this Brother printer was the ... full review
"Very good value so far - here is my experience with these" - By SE (Midwest)
My overall feature usage of these switches is limited so I can't say that everything works perfectly, but I will share what I do know. Feel free to comment if you feel otherwise.
With limited non-enterprise funds, I purchased the 8-port version of this switch and its bigger brother 24-port version (amazingly inexpensive at the time). After 2 years, these switches have not let me down. The web interface can be flaky at times (image caching, and especially under Chrome), and the LAG (aggregation/trunking) UI flow could be less confusing, but the stuff just works. Get the management static IP setup and then toss that proprietary CD software - you will never need it again.
I run the 24-port in my basement, with 2 Win7 Pro servers (40TB 3Ware RAID6 in each) connected via 2-port LAG and a 2-port (50') Cat6 link to the ... full review
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"This is a very good product that worked perfectly with our iPhones and our ..." - By desktopsbyduck (Ellijay,Ga. USA)
This is a very good product that worked perfectly with our iPhones and our iPads! This device allows you to plug in a SD memory card, a USB memory stick or a USB hard drive and then connect to those storage devices using a built in WIFI network that is in the device. The RavPower WIFI Disk contains a rechargeable battery that will hold up to 3000 mAh of current charge to either operate itself for over 5 hours or it can be used to recharge your smart phone. I say smart phone because at 3000 mAh it will recharge your smart phone (Like an Apple iPhone) about 1.6 times but it really does not have enough power capacity to recharge a power hungry tablet like an Apple iPad 2, 3 or 4. Its output is 5VDC at 1 Amp current output.
"A really nice, solid device...." - By Dr. Oceanfront (Mountains of Arizona)
This is a standard power bank for battery backup or recharging of your portable device. I like the fact it has no off / on switch (they are unnecessary i find on these types of devices) and it seems to make short work of charging my Ipad Air. The main issues with these types of devices is capacity (very good rated at 13000mAh) and longevity (stated at 500 cycles, which is also very good - but ultimately untestable for review purposes). :) Build quality is excellent and the jacks and usb inserts seem well secured.
I have used this brand before and found it has been of excellent quality, so i have little doubt this will also hold up well.
The iSmart technology i don't really get and i think either port will do for most devices. Generally a device will draw from the available amps and does ... full review
I updated firmware for using COMCAST cable. If you use Windows XP SP2, you have to stop firewall. Because DLink FTP Server cannot send Hitr252.bin file to cable modem. I wasted an hour to find this problem. Also Login ID is not "admin/hitron". (PDF manual was wrong) You should use "dlink/dlink" for web login. It works fine. That's it.