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Pros: Installed four of these WDs three years, seven months ago for a RAID 5 array and they're working fine. In those three years, seven months, my monitor died (warranteed for three years) but the WDs keep chugging along
Cons: None. Great productREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Five year warranty... big deal.
Cons: Highly unreliable. One drive died within six months of installation. If you own an array of these, just pray to whatever entity or deity in which you believe that your RAID will rebuild.
Look at the review results. Only 51% gave it the highest rating. Is 51% good enough to keep your business afloat?
Other Thoughts: Check out the Newegg reviews for the WD equivalent WD1002FBYS. 78% gave it the highest rating. When your business depends on the data, do you want 51% or 78%???
Also compare the 1-egg reviews of this drive compared to the 1-egg reviews of the WD. In the Seagate drive, the complaints occurred when the drives were loaded with data plus the usual DOA issues. For the WD complaints, they are mostly about DOA and infant-mortality, a condition common to all semiconductor-based devices for the last 50 years.
This review is from: brother MFC Series MFC-7420 MFC / All-In-One Up to 20 ppm Monochrome Laser Printer
Pros: Does the job except for ONE major design flaw
Cons: This printer does not print envelopes well even when brand new. It prints a fairly drk ghost print on envelopes an inch or two left of the original printing. If you subscribe to stamps.com or endicia.com DO NOT BUY THIS PRINTER.
Other Thoughts: Of course, Brother blames the problem on the "drum," alleging that we're using a worn drum or cartridge.
WRONG. This occurred when the machine was brand new.