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Pros: Super fast. Benchmark on Ubuntu read speed of 354MB/s read. Seriously!
Crucial: brand you can trust
Cons: Micro Adapter required (newegg sells one make sure you buy it as it is hard to find at local retailers)
Should be in the description somewhere: newegg's fault not crucial thus 5 eggs!
Other Thoughts: My system:
Gigabyte MOBO: GA-890GPA-UD3H
AMD 955 BE
Kingston Ram 2 * 4GB
WD Black 1 TB (Sata III)
Windoze 7 score 7.0 (runs as fast as Ubuntu does on my WD 1TB
This review is from: brother HL Series HL-2170W Workgroup Up to 23 ppm Monochrome Wireless Laser Printer
Pros: Great Price. What more can you say? If you're looking to replace your inkjet for printing text, this is the way to go. The features such as wireless networking as well as a wired ethernet connection make this printer a no-brainer! I purchased it while in college, I went from purchasing 2 inkjet cartridges (at $20 each) per semester to one of the regular yield toner cartridges in two years! Do the math, you'll see that I've saved a bundle!
Cons: Well... it's not a color printer, but hard to say that's a con since you are looking at a monochrome printer review!
Other Thoughts: You can put a black dot over the toner cartridge to get a little more use out of it if in a bind. Also, you can purchase a high yield toner cartridge as well. I've had the printer almost three years and there's about 70% left on the drum still so no worries there (since new drum will run you about as much as a new printer).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: DVI, and HDMI , and 1080p. Excellent price too. I was looking for a good monitor for my son who gets headaches from looking at the old CRT. Found this one and WOW. It's huge, and has HDMI. I hooked the PS3 to it and it looks great. Sweet monitor plus HDMI makes it super functional!
No more headaches too! The sound is really better than I expected!
Cons: Only one HDMI but it is really a monitor.
Other Thoughts: No dead Pixels.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Brian S.
Date Joined: 11/26/08
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