Date Joined: 05/06/08
Pros: Pulls in 22 channels, including local CBS,ABC,NBC,FOX, and The WB. Easy to install. Mine came with Video editing software and the remote control. The signal is strong and HD quality. I was able to watch parts of a bowl game New Years Day at work. This on my 3 year old Acer dual core notebook. It worked better than I even anticipated. Not sure why the others had issues?
Cons: None really, especially for the money.
Pros: But, it maybe slightly ahead of the curve. I have middle of the road service on Cox and the max download I can get is around 16mbps. My old reliable Motorola SB5101 is rated at around 38mbps downstream. Needless to say I still have a bit of breathing room on this modem. Which, by the way is still marketed and sold by Motorola. Now the SB6120 is advertising 160Mbps max download! Which is wow!!! Not available to me that I know of, at least at my current budget.
Cons: None I am sure except?? I can't take advantage of the technology.
Overall Review: My Motorola SB5101 rocks!
Pros: This is an excellent 26" HDTV for the money. It has one helluva a tuner! As I don't currently have HD Cable, I hooked it up to a $20 set of rabbit ears. It scanned the over-the-air channels, and locked in on the local FOX,WB,CBS,ABC,NBC, and PBS HDTV feeds. Brilliant picture, and the sound is tremendous considering the size of the speakers. It also comes with the HDMI input if you want to plug your HDMI Up scaling DVD player or Blu-Ray DVD player.
Overall Review: Great NewEgg service, ordered on Tuesday, delivered by