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Pros: Light is very bright, but doesn't glare; easily enough for reading. No bluish cast. Stalk holds position if not bent too much.
Cons: No switch. One out of five in the package was DOA. Not worth a return, but obviously -1 egg. Stalk is a little short if you want to illuminate a laptop keyboard.
Other Thoughts: Appears to be an excellent prepping/camping item. Plugged into a power bank, it should last a very long time. I will order more of them. A 20% DOA rate (if that holds up) isn't good, but these are still cheap enough to be worthwhile.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Low power. Quick for its tasks.
Cons: Wouldn't be good for a lot of background tasks.
Other Thoughts: I put this on a mITX board in a BP655 case to use as my "lab assistant" when I'm running tests for motherboard reviews. It is fine for taking notes, grabbing screen shots, entering results in a spreadsheet, or doing online research. With the low-profile GT740 I added, it can also do some light gaming while I'm waiting for tests to complete. Very fit for purpose, I'd use this again for similar light-duty systems; very high bang/buck.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Continued flawless operation since earlier review. Printer hasn't become noisier; nothing has broken or loosened. Switching to wireless was painless.
Cons: None yet in a year and a half.
Other Thoughts: With our light usage, I'm still on the original cartridges. I needed to reclaim a wired port on my router, so I switched this printer to wireless, and it was a simple matter.
Cautionary note: if you map to this by IP address and the IP changes (e.g. on a router power-failure), your mapping may be lost until you redefine it. That's not a printer issue, but a networking one. Map to name if you can.