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    Always liked their products...and I like the direction their going in...lol

    http://www.g4tv.com/CES2008/photo_ga...pg1/13075.html

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    Also check out the CES stuff if you haven't already, like the Sony OLED...a monitor with a display contrast of 1,000,000 to 1!!!

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    i followed engadget's CES coverage all week... there were some quite impressive products and booths.. and booth babes.
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    I am still looking for their router with the build in LCD! Where is it??
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    I think she some nice LED's...lol.

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    These are no LED's, but an actual LCD display. Been waiting for 2 months now, nowhere to be found...

    http://games.dlink.com/products/?pid=643&sec=4
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    haha! I don't think you were following me...

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    I like them new headlights D-link offers on that product you posted about. Do they allow consumers to turn them on or are they automatically turned on?

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    Ah, it's nice to see at least one good product that wasn't made in China.

    Edit: make that 2 good products.......
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    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Killswitch</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Ah, it's nice to see at least one good product that wasn't made in China.

    Edit: make that 2 good products.......</div></div>

    It is called the Hump Me Package from D-Link, you get to hump it and turn the headlights on.

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    personally, I will probably not purchase anymore products from D-Link, while they are good and I have not had any problems with the products I do have, I had to contact them several times when I was working for Microsoft Tech Support and was extremely disappointed with their tech support. Many times I had them hang up on customers, refuse support, try to pass the buck when it was clearly their products fault, etc.

    If I'm going to be paying for a premium product, I want good tech support to go with it. I usually never use it, but it's nice to know I'd get what I paid for if I did. If I wanted a product that would do the job but tech support was lacking, I'd go for Belkin or some other no-name networking supplier.

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    D-Link has always been good to me, Linksys too.

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    D-Link is awesome, but flaky at times on certain products, but Lynksys is also the same with some of their products too.

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    Used to be a fan of dlink, not anymore... since cisco bought linksys there products seemed to have improved... Personally when buying linksys I try to go with the business routers... for reliability short of buying a cisco product, but I have had a linksys business router for about a year now, I would not go back to a simple home router...

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    Wow, I got quite a rouse from this thread, and all I was doing was linking the D-Link booth babe...lol. Oh and spreading some info on CES 08.

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    Well, for some of us a rouse from the D-Link booth babe was definitely made! lol

    CES 08? Never heard of it........ lmao
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    what the hell would you need to call in for tech support for?

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    I've got a D-Link DGL-4300 Gaming Router I love it. I've had good experience with D-Link and Linksys. They both have some good products.

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    warenty replacement if it fails basically.

    I don't need to call into tech support, but I'm not going to support a company who sells a product under the premis of good tech support, but does not deleiver. If it was only one bad experience, then the agent is just haveing a bad day, but when it's multiple times, I don't support that company

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