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This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF8280Cw Wireless Color Multifunction Laser Printer
Pros: Cheap price when on sale. Prints are average. Did what other users suggested, installed driver directly from Canon, no issues under Windows 7/8.
Originally had the unit set up with wired ethernet, then went to wireless. No issues.
Very quick first print. Made probably 20 color fliers in roughly 2 minutes for a car that I was selling.
Build quality seems a little on the light side. Not quite the office grade of our HP laser printers that we have at work, but definitely better than a "consumer" grade home printer. I expect this thing to last awhile.
Cons: Tried to print pre-cut business card sheets, toner would not lay 100% evenly on them. Package even said "compatible with all inkjet and laser printers". Bought glossy version instead, worked fine.
As others have said, your mileage may vary on the starter toner. Already burned half-way through mine as it sits. Roughly 200 pages have been pushed to it, mostly color fliers, so really not that bad. Still beats using my ink jet HP.
Other Thoughts: I wish newegg would have double boxed this thing. The box was beat up pretty bad. By the time I got it the handle was broke (UPS guy wasnt happy it broke halfway up the stairs) and there was a huge hole punched through the side of the box. Luckily, nothing inside was broke.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: JBL J88i Premium Over-Ear Headphones with Mic-Black
Pros: The earpads one these are very soft smooth leather.
They are relatively light.
I can go a couple hours before they start to fatigue my head/ears at all.
Overall design is clean looking. Locking removable cable is a nice touch. In line Microphone and select switch works on my Android Phones. Volume controls do not. Have not tried it on an apple device yet. My desktop computer picks up the microphone only.
Lower bass frequencies is average on these. 60hz down these seem to be missing some omph compared to other headphones I own. Even with an EQ pattern boosting this range they are a little light. Overall sound quality is decent, considering the price.
The box they came shipped in was pretty snazzy. Definitely well packed and very professional looking. A zippered carrying pouch is a nice touch as well.
Cons: SOOOOO CLOSE on the full compatibilty with an Android phone. (I know these are advertised for use with apple, so not really a con.) Just the (+ -) volume controls dont work. Using the PowerAmp app on my HTC M8 one Smartphone the play/pause/track up/track down functions work great!!! As well as making a call using the microphone.
Other Thoughts: For the price newegg had them on sale for I couldnt pass them up. I really wish I had bought 2 more pairs for my brothers to use. Probably the lowest paid JBL product I have ever owned but the best in terms of feeling like I got a great deal. I have never been dissapointed by buying JBL anything.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fits in a 3.5" floppy disk slot flawlessly. Like everyone else that bought this thing has said, its mounted on the side with screws. So if you have an empty "traditional" empty 3.5" floppy drive slot, this thing is the ticket.
Mechanism for ejecting the drives feels very sturdy and smooth. Disks are adequately cooled. No errors or issues with hot swapping drives in Windows 2008 server. Disc transfer speed in benchmarks is unchanged as well. Verified to support SATA III.
The lock does not turn off power like other hot-swap trays I have used in the past. It is just a lock to secure the drive. I like this design way better.
Cons: Cost. Not super expensive, but costs more than most.
Other Thoughts: You get a free tray if you fill out the promotional form. It makes the higher price a little more bang for your buck.READ FULL REVIEW
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