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bought this product for just for tweaking purposes...
so if you want to set up a good network at home and share your printer over your Wlan or just lan better go for something other..i suggest a cisco or a belkin.
the usb port here is misleading just like the dlink one. it is not for adding a normal usb external HDD to ypur network via the router...i thought to try that feature with this one as this costs 1k and the cisco one costs 5k. well misleading it is..this usb port is just for a host who doesnt have a Network card, can u find any pc without a NIC!!!!
this comes with a 1.8*2 ghz pro. and well i bought if for just making my first assembled pc. i use this as a lab rat for testing every os and configuring servers etc and all. it just works fine an serves the purpose. the thing i noticed about it is that this is damn silent because of the improved heat sink. and frankly i have run it for hours and i till now the motherboard hasnt yet got fried up and i dont use in the Ac also. get a 2gb of ram with it and this system will work just fine...not recommended for rendering and playing games. it doesnt even have a pciE16 slot!
well i read the reviews and i think everyone forgot to mention that...well i will write down some cons...cuz pros are all out there
1. NO 3.5 mm headset jack
2. Mini usb charging port, whereas others micromaxes have micro
3. Buletooth audio quality through a bluetooth headset is very supressed and not at all good..tried with my dell headset.
4. doesnt have a dedicated torch light button..takes long to switch on and switch off light
5. cant reduce down the emergency and alert beeps which the phone gives by defult..they are loud..while talking if the call ends...it beeps loudly and displays "call ended"....and it hursts my ears
i hope this helps you guys.
frankly the 3.5 mm slot missing..is making me regret the buy
well it is crystal clear that with 1610 you cant get all the features. yes i bought it for that. now it has increased. well to start with it pros is looks good shiny polished base stands. where as the top rod that is lifted by rotating a lever is plastic. it seems durable enough but wont stand if you toy with it too much by performing stress tests. the middle leg doesnt have a hook to attach weights and the base of the stands are somewhat rubberized but they are fixed. there are some models where it adjusts itself with the ground. well overall its a very good choice for its price. i would recommend the 660ex
tried a different headset other than nokia, and i felt the difference. the industry which has many years of expertise in bluetooth can be overridden by a industry like Swiss voice
pros - you will get a volume button
cons- slow transmission time delay when call is picked up.
after pairing it takes around 1 minute to get connected.
sound okay but better in my old nokia headset
on my nokia BH i could switch on the headset when a call is incoming, it will get connected and i can pick up the call next instant.
rest is upto you to buy.
at 13 you get a lot of features which others give in 15k or more.
PROs-MOTO blur is better in features and versatility than HTC sense v4
i cant say it totally submerge proof.. but it is splash proof..i have poured water on it, nothing yet. i m still afraid to put it in a bucket of water.
lag is very little even with a lot of apps. more than 1GB internal mem
a good buy.
well if you like to read novels books etc on the go..then go for it.if you want for learning purposes don't buy it.it doesn't have phonetics.
if you are looking for phonetics then go for a advanced learners dictionary no the small one..they are good but due to size word vocab has to be reduced and i have experienced it first hand..better get a fat one
the guard package inculdes everything a microfiber of cloth and a small card to remove bubbles.
the qulaity of the screen guard seems okay.
it quite fits the screen but not the full cornin gorilla glass. and as the screen is curved the sides of the guard alwayspops out. everytime i put it back..it comes out
7 months of thorough study of this book and a cliffs ccna test prep...and there you go..a CCNA cert.
very good book...more interesting to read compared to the richard's.
i would also recommend downloading some paid dumps from the interent they cost around 2k..but are very helpful and frankly they do match