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Lenten Reborn Card
Page 2 - Performance/Conclusion
Author: Dan Podhola (WebMasterP)
Date: October 21, 2001
Category: Hardware
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Well, being that there are not a lot of hardware products like this, the only thing I can tell you is if the product delivers as it promises. I believe Lenten would be proud when I say that their card works well, even with the network support drivers.

For the tests, I simply made sure the product worked. I'm not going to go into great depth in describing this because it is pretty straight forward. For the first test, I just simply formatted my hard drive. I rebooted the computer and to my amazement, everything was back the way it should have been!

For the next step I wanted to simulate a registry mashing virus. So I simply killed my registery. I rebooted, and everything was good (this was expected as the previous test worked fine). So, finally, I tested the multiple computer control features. I opened the control console and made a few changes, rebooted both the computers and all changes were made.

The Lenten Cards weren't perfect though. Well, the cards worked perfect, but the instruction manual was poorly printed and had some fairly bad english in it. However, the information is very useful and straight forward once you decipher it.

What about price? Well, I'm not really sure about that. If you're interested in buying a couple or a bunch of these cards, I would check out lentenusa.com and drop them an email. Doing that can get you more information than I can give you. Sorry, I could not find them for sale anywhere.

Reviewing this product wasn't exactly the most fun I have ever had reviewing a piece of hardware. In fact, it was not fun at all. But, the bottom line is that this card can offer some serious benefits to businesses, organizations, and schools with large amounts of computers to control. The Reborn Card has taken home several awards, including a Best of Comdex award.

Bottom Line: This product is great, does what it promises and then some. It is not for everyone however, but it will give the end user a piece of mind when it comes to running thier computer lab, internet cafe, gaming center, or workstations. The instructions are a bit poor, but the product gets the job done. I don't do this a lot but I'll give it a

Final Score Editor's Choice

5 out of 5 Weird Blue Faces

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