Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: Compact ,cheap
Cons: Trouble is I had an old Dlink DNS321 to compare it to.
1. You have to screw the hard drives into a tray. Dlink easy in with a release in the back.
2. You have to use separate software to set it up - the Dlink just plug in the IP . Software interface is clunky
3. Raid setup is not intuitive as the Dlink .
4. The darn red light
Other Thoughts: The Dlink was plug in and go ... this one not so much .READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Compact easy setup on the PC direct.....
Cons: Compact easy setup on the PC direct.....
Wireless , Not so much
The ad hock printing (laptop direct to printer) needs a usb connection to initiate .
I downloaded the Samsung Mobile Print app on a Samsung Galaxy II phone and it cannot find the printer.
You would think that the basic connection would initiate.
Also tried on an HTC same result .
Don't think it would be the app. Tried a manual setup with the default port ...no joy - still wouldn't connect.
I hate when stuff doesn't work as advertised.
Pros: It is crystal clear with no bad pixels. I have a little higher end Viewsonic so I can compare the 2
Cons: Speakers suck , I mean really suck (compared to the Viewsonic which are acceptable for everyday use). Advertised as a 22" but it is 18 3/8 wide compared to the Viewsonic @ 18 5/8 Nitpicking I know but noticeable when side by sideREAD FULL REVIEW
Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated.