Joined on 02/19/05
Great Router but used it as an Access Point due to my provider
Pros: Easy setup very strong signal on 5 and 2.4 gHz easy to use GUI
Overall Review: I bought this to router to act as my primary router but my ISP's combo unit is specialized and because it serves as my video and internet modem, I would have to get another modem just for the video to let the internet pass through. It's a small ISP and the only one that serves in my hunkbunk town. So with that said I decided to use it as an AP to boost the signal using the 5gHz signal, which my providers combo unit doesn't transmit on. Since I already set it up, after figuring out my ISP's requirements, I decided to keep it. Love the unit and the range of the signal is much farther now. I can't comment on the router functions, sorry.
Only lasted 2.5 Yrs as a back up drive
Cons: Not a reliable drive
Overall Review: I bought this strictly as a back up drive. I hooked it up to my system, backed up the photos and then put it back in the safe. It only last a handful backups before it failed. Out of warranty and outta luck.
Pros: Definitely sped up processing speed on the memory side. Pages load faster and the additional memory helped with lag. You can't ever go wrong with a memory upgrade. The Kingston Memory is solid and no problems have arisen.
Overall Review: Worthwhile upgrade and inexpensive too!
Solid Enclosure worth the $$
Pros: Solid encasement, plenty of space for electrical box, snap out holes for future use
Overall Review: Sturdy construction and not flimsy, has places to screw the box into the 2x4's on both sides to hold it in place and give it rigidity. I'll buy another one for use when we build our main house.
It's a pretty standard in-wall media enclosure box. Has all the cut outs needed on bottom for an 110v plug. I haven't finished building my house yet so I can't speak for the hinged door since I haven't attached it yet. I'll end up buying another when I build another project and go with this brand.