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This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mbps, IP QoS, WPS Button
Pros: Works consistently without any failures.
Cons: Only 100 Mbps, but I knew that before buying.
Other Thoughts: Good simple routes that has tons of options for a stock model. Most importantly, it has been running for months without a hiccup.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung SL-M2825DW/XAC Monochrome Wireless Laser Printer
Pros: It works great for simple prints.
Nice preview mode when it works.
Cons: Manual feeder cannot load paper/envelope automatically.
Does not correctly switch between tray and manual feed.
Cannot resume or continue print job by changing paper source. Cannot cancel job without restarting printer.
Preview driver crashes constantly.
Other Thoughts: I tried printing an envelope from the manual feeder. I discovered that I had to go to settings and force the printer to the manual feeder and force envelope and envelope size, it ignored all software settings for paper. Then the feeder has to be loaded manually with the wps button after the job starts which only worked about half the time.
Then for plain paper I had to force all settings to tray 1 and plain paper. It has the options to detect and auto choose the paper source it just never works.
I really miss my old HP and brother printers now which as if by magic always printed the way I wanted.
This review is from: Changhong 32" 720p LED HDTV - LED32YC1700UA
Pros: Inexpensive, great viewing angles as in the specs, has 2 zoom options were most TVs only have 1, has many display presets and all of them can be edited.
Cons: Slow to start, takes about 10 seconds from on to content displayed on screen. Big Changhong logo on screen at startup. This brand is not known by my universal remote, but auto code search was successful.
Other Thoughts: Bought it because if was cheap. It is only 720p, but has a PC mode. I have not tried it but I have always avoided 720p since it looks bad in used with a PC, I wonder if PC mode will alighn the image to the native 1366x768 resolution so text would be readable.READ FULL REVIEW
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