Mr N. Jones

Software Developer
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (60 of 63)
Location: Warwickshire, England
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 67,614 - Total Helpful Votes: 60 of 63
Asus USB-N66 450MBps USB 2.0 Wireless Dual-Band US&hellip by ASUS
As a software developer I regularly come across different hardware configurations and have tried lots of devices to try and get a decent download speed over wifi, and this device has justified its cost.

When used with my BT Infinity broadband I get download speeds of around 8 or 9 megabytes per second.
Lenovo Thinkpad S540 Intel  1600 MHz 1000 GB 8192&hellip by Lenovo
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Windows 8 was too frustrating to use so I switched back to Windows 7 with little problem, all the drivers are easily available from the Lenovo website. I've found that the laptop is incredibly slender and light, with the full-sized keyboard a real bonus. Unfortunately the touchpad seems to be floating on a spring and without physical buttons to press it feels strange to use (so I've started using the red touchpoint instead).

Software loads nice and fast, even for Photoshop. I've played several rounds of Left 4 Dead 2 in maximum detail and resolution and the gameplay was buttery smooth. As a big zombie fan I tried out the rather more demanding Dead Island and that also ran well.
Crucial BLT4G3D1608DT2TXOBCEU 4GB Ballistix Smart &hellip by Crucial
At Christmas time, two young cousins were taught how to build their first computers.

I provided these modules because of their ability to match different colour schemes (using a program downloaded from the Crucial website).

The default pattern and pace-matching of the module is great, but the ability to customise it really made the boys feel like it was something they were in charge of, especially having installed all the components themselves.

Solid performance, even as for now they're both running just a single module of this stuff - but at this price they can save their pocket money and purchase another soon enough if they start to run into memory… Read more