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Pros: Nice and small, but remarkably durable.
Supports AirPrint for your iPhone/iPad wireless printing.
We used put these on wireless netbook (Windows) carts in a school environment. When testing, I had 30 kids send print jobs all at the same time (on purpose) and it worked excellent; the timing would never be that all kids send at once so it was overkill (and covered worse case scenario).
After testing we bought another 40 of them to run on netbook carts for 4th through 8th graders (one each per cart of 30 netbooks) and didn't have any problems with them.
I could also print to it from my MacBook.
Cons: The biggest issue (which wasn't that big) was that we were running so many printers. If you were only getting one of these, that wouldn't even be a problem.
The printer configuration was a little odd: once you set up the printer, you downloaded the driver and the driver was sort of customized for each specific printer. I don't think this would be an issue for normal use, but it was a little confusing for us since we had to keep 40 printer drivers separate, even though they were the same printer.
Other Thoughts: When I next replace my home printer, this is the model I will get.READ FULL REVIEW