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Pros: - LAN, WLAN (WiFi) or USB connectivity
- Can be configured for network access without using software, although the software greatly speeds up the process
- Fast printing with no warm up time required
- Extremely easy setup
- Toner replacements are affordable and last a long time
- LED screen and included software make configuration quick and easy
- Flatbed scanner works well
- Small footprint will fit on all but the smallest desks
Cons: - Haven't found any
Other Thoughts: I am extremely pleased with this printer. I bought this for my home office. I don't print a ton but I do have the need to occasionally. I use the scanner pretty frequently to scan paper documents for digital records. In the past I've always just bought whatever inkjet printer was on sale, but being I don't use the printing function for sometimes months at a time, the expensive liquid ink cartridges dried up before I could even use half of them. I finally decided to pay a bit more for the printer to save on cost of ink, and I think this Brother was the right decision. After I set it up, I printed off my tax returns...there was no warm-up time at all as commonly seen with laser printers...it sent the print job and was printed quickly and immediately. Setup was also very easy, even on a wireless network with a hidden SSID. Scanner function works as expected as does the copier.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Maclocks Black iPad Space Kiosk - 101B224SENB
Pros: These work great. We use them at a College for survey kiosks. They hold the iPad securely and don't feel cheap (we've went through various models looking for the right one). Users have access to everything they would need in the type of environment we're using this in (Power and volume buttons will be blocked, so keep that in mind). Comes with optional home button block.
Cons: Definitely overpriced, but as for what's available, these are probably the most reasonable. Would be nice if it had rotation built in so you could move from a portrait display to a landscape display without having to open the kiosk and remount the iPad holder.
Other Thoughts: We've been using 6 of these for about a year. We've had several instances where people have attempted to pry them open without success.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RDCR-11003 - 3.5" 74-in-1 Internal Card Reader with USB 3.0 Port
Pros: I build a lot of computers, from high-end gamers and powerful CAD/CAM workstations, to economical email stations, and there's always one thing in common...they all want a card reader, and most want USB 3.0 on front. I've used a lot of different brands, and a lot of different models, and this is the best I've found so far. I've not had any defective (ordered more than 10) and haven't had any problems, and the price is right. One of the few that just needs a USB 3 header to plug into (surprisingly many need multiple different style headers). Fits attractively into the front of every computer and case I've used. Even includes a silver bezel to fit different color schemes, though I've yet to use it.
Cons: Nothing that I've found.READ FULL REVIEW