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Review - E-Yooso Z-88 Keyboard

The e-yooso z-88 keyboard with red keys is a fantastic keyboard that is definitely worth considering for anyone in the market for a new budget mechanical keyboard. The keys have a very nice feel to them, and the red key switches give a satisfying but tactile feedback with every press. They are not too loud or too soft, striking the perfect balance between the two. One of the standout features of this keyboard is its higher keycaps, which can take some time to get used to, but once you do, you'll love the comfortable typing experience it provides. The higher keycaps allow for a more natural and ergonomic hand placement, which can help reduce fatigue during extended typing sessions. Another great thing about the e-yooso z-88 keyboard is its build quality. It is a sturdy and durable keyboard that can withstand heavy usage without showing any signs of wear and tear. The compact design also makes it a great option for those with limited desk space. Overall, if you're looking for a

Review - Tender Nova Mesh5

I recently purchased the Tender Mesh5 WiFi access points and have been disappointed with their performance. Despite their claims of superior range and speed, I've experienced numerous problems with these devices. The setup process was a nightmare. The instructions were reasonably straight forward however the connection and setup process was clunky and unreliable. It took several attempts but I managed to get them connected. Once I did manage to get them up and running, the range was average at best. I had to place them much closer together than I had anticipated, and even then, the signal was weak and inconsistent. This was especially frustrating given the price point of these devices, which are significantly more expensive than other options on the market. To make matters worse, I found that the devices frequently dropped the connection entirely, requiring me to reset them multiple times a day. This made it impossible to rely on them for consistent connectivity, which defeats the