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Pros: The printer itself is a real workhorse with consistent quality over the 9 years I have owned it. For the 1st 4 years it was in a real estate sales office and generated 10k pages per month. Since then it has been on a small network with about 1k pages per month. This is the 3rd fuser (including the original) I have consumed in all those years and you can't beat Newegg prices anywhere I have shopped.
Cons: There isn't any information on expected life of the fuser element in terms of pages printed. Not on Newegg or Oki's website.
Reviewed By:SpudNV,7/13/2014 10:19:25 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product more than 1 year.
Pros: It's the least expensive extra tray I could find for the Lexmark
Cons: Usually paper trays have sensors that tell what size paper is in them. This tray is set to "universal" size. That means when you print from your computer you have to choose paper size "universal" or it doesn't print. This is irritating, and also this was a showstopper as the custom software we use in our business is preset to print on size "letter". On the side of the tray is a set of plastic fingers that you can remove, these tell the tray what size paper is installed. Then you can tape down the paper tray sensors on the inside of the cabinet (taping down the bottom two tells the tray that you're using "letter" size) but it's a poor solution. It's just cheap and stupid of Lexmark to not include a couple of extra pieces of plastic so that you can plug them in to the side of the tray so the sensor registers the size properly. It's like 3 cents worth of plastic.
Reviewed By:RMF,6/13/2014 11:53:09 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 day to 1 week.
Other Thoughts: I bought this so I could have a tray for photo paper and a tray for copy paper and avoid the hassle of swapping out paper types. This is great in theory and I knew that the tray 2 options would be limited for paper types- basically useless unless you want copy paper in there. The problem was that my wife's kindle fire would not print to tray 2 with the HP print app and after much software tinkering and a chat with HP support, I found that the HP print app will only print to tray 1 so I could only get photo prints from it, no printer auto selection based on size. SO if you want to print from mobile devices like a kindle this will not solve your problem until HP comes out with a better app. This unit will be returned.
Reviewed By:Archijay,5/30/2014 8:14:59 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is Somewhat High and has owned this product 1 month to 1 year.
Pros: This unit was on cost $54.16 which I consider reasonable for a 5 MP scanner. The scanner has a 35MM drop in slide attachment for positive file. After you figure out how to interface with the PC it works just fine. The 5 MP resolution is quite good considering I was scanning in slides from 1971 - 1980 vintage.
Cons: The users manual is anything but helpful. This unit will not interface with the PC directly unless a SD card is installed in it. (I thought I could view and edit slides directly on my PC.) In order to view a scanned picture you must select the menu button, then tab down to the USB MSDC tab and hit "OK". You are effectively viewing the SD card on the specific SD slot. If you don't capture the slide on the SD card you can't see it on your PC. To get back to the scanner you must close the PC file directory and it switches you back to the scanner "Capture Screen". Repeat this for every picture or scan is a stack of pictures and reload the one that need to be changed such as lighting, + or - an Exposure Level (EV).
I didn't find the optional 10 MP resolution option that much better.
The USB Power adapter (115 VAC) is useless. It wouldn't allow me to view pictures even if I had the SD card in the unit they couldn't be views on a TV through its video input cable. Had to remove the SD card and plug it directly into the TV.
Other Thoughts: I manage to scan in about 500 slides and got quit good at toggling between the PC and the Scanner. The drop in slide tray is a real time saver. I thought the Positive slide drop- in stacker was great but if I placed more than one slide in at a time the unit would jam up. It was still a lot faster then putting 4 slide in the viewing tray at a time and reloading the holder.
I couldn't do some of the things I thought would be available with this unit.
Reviewed By:Buzz,4/14/2014 3:02:28 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is Somewhat High and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month. Did you find this review helpful?
Cons: SOFTWARE is poorly written, GUI is confusing to non-technical users; camera is not UVC compliant, will not work with third party software; other models at a similar price point are more feature-rich and come bundled with far superior software.
Other Thoughts: As a teacher, administrator, and technology coordinator for a school, I would not recommend this camera. I would recommend investing a couple more dollars in a different entry-level document camera. Our school uses a variety of cameras, from inexpensive IPEVOs to HoverCams to LadyBugs. Of those three, the HoverCams have been my favorite so far, though we are waiting on an IPEVO VZ-1 to arrive later this week, a step up from the models we've tried.
Reviewed By:N/A,3/11/2014 8:23:58 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 month to 1 year. Did you find this review helpful?
Pros: Awesome little drive. Lighter, faster, & better than the 1 Tb model.
Cons: No cons
Other Thoughts: Now here's the "rub". In the description, the length of the cord is stated as "18 inches". Not quite, it, the cord is 6 inches long
Reviewed By:ifficles,2/17/2014 8:42:49 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is Somewhat High and has owned this product 1 day to 1 week.
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