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Asus RT-N66U - 900Mbps Dual Band Wireless N Router&hellip by ASUS
9 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars No PPPoA support, 23 Dec 2012
Trying to use this with a tplink 8817 modem and it just doesn't pick up the adsl connection, reason being my ISP, ADSL24 requires PPPoA which this router does not support. Either my ISP is quite unique in requiring PPPoA or this router has a serious ommission. My netgear DG834 which is 8 years old has it, my TPlink modem has it so why hasn't a 100+ top of the range router not got it?

Annoying to say the least, its getting sent back, and I can only give it one star. The search begins again. Anyone know and 900 routers that support PPPoA?
Amzer Retractable Micro USB Car Charger by Amzer
1.0 out of 5 stars Good in theory..., 27 April 2010
Just be careful with these as in theory it is a great idea but in reality these will break. You have to press the button to release the cable and press it to retract the cable. The problem is if you forget to press it when releasing the cable it becomes impossible to retract it again. It loses the tension and turns into a cable with a big end on it with no way of fixing it.

As it is inevitable that at some time this will happen you may as well just buy a cable and save some money.
QNAP TS-410 4 Bay Turbo All-in-one NAS Server with&hellip by QNAP
14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this NAS, 11 Dec 2009
I have now owned this unit for 11 months and on 22 October 2010 I updated the inital 1 line review I did back in Dec 09 to this more indepth review below.

After initially having to source my own UK power lead as amazon supplied me with a EU lead I am very happy with the unit.

The unit is built like a bomb shelter, very sturdy, reassuringly heavy and enclosed with a metal, not plastic, case. Installing hard drives is as simple as release the latch pulling out the tray, placing the discs in it and screwing in with the supplied screws. easy. Pop them all back in and you can then turn on the unit.

I use the NAS for storing my film collection in a mkv format,… Read more

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