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This review is from: Brother HL-2280DW Wireless Monochrome Multifunction Laser Printer
Pros: Wireless setup was very simple, on multiple computers, running different versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8. It's start up time is relatively quick, for a laser printer.
Cons: When using letter envelopes, the printer sometimes jams and crumples the envelopes' corners.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung Keystone 2 E1205L Black Unlocked GSM Extreme Durability Cell Phone
Pros: - Inexpensive ($25 in May 2013)
- Good call quality
- Very lightweight
- Long battery life
Cons: - Uses non-standard charger connector, instead of a micro or mini usb
- Uses same non-standard port to connect headphones and microphone
- No volume buttons, volume must be changed by navigating through menus
Other Thoughts: - I bought this to use as a backup phone with an inexpensive voice plan. So, my expectations are that it simply makes voice calls.
- The phone comes with an FM radio, but I have not tried it.
Pros: Worked with my MSI A75MA-G55 motherboard and AMD A-3650 with no problems.
The DDR3 1600 hits the sweet spot of price and performance, for me.
Other Thoughts: I originally bought 8GB a month ago and liked it so much, that I ordered another 8GB yesterday.
If you are playing games and using an APU, you may want to step up to the DDR3-1866 to get better graphics performance.
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