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Pros: 25'', HD, Gives a beautiful picture. What more could you ask for.
Other Thoughts: Got this monitor in a bundle with the HP Pavillion p6649c-b. First monitor that I had that is over 10" and/or HD.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EPSON Perfection V500 Photo B11B189011 Film & Photo Flatbed Color Scanner
Pros: Scans Slides, Pictures, etc. really well.
Digital ICE works really well, as well as grain removal.
Once you turn it on, you just wait 10 seconds and it is ready to go.
Software is VERY useful (almost a necessity) and easy to use.
Tech Support solved my first issue in the cons.
Cons: At first, I was having trouble getting the Epson Scan program to run. (You need this in order to scan slides) It just didn't want to work. I was about to return it when I decided to call the tech support. 5 minutes later, it was working. Turns out I had some unnecessary drivers from a Dell A940 interfering with the program. I should have realized it before I called.
Also, this scanner is not supported in Linux, but if you jump through some hoops, you can get it to work, very difficult process though. Not sure if the software runs in WINE.
Otherwise, no cons.
Other Thoughts: The main reason I bought this Scanner was to scan slides. Otherwise, I would not have need this product, although it is quite useful and does scan very well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: All-in-one printer. (Print, Copy, Scan, Fax)
(haven't gotten to use the Scanner or Fax features yet)
Has wireless printing.
Works in Linux and Windows 7.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: This is the first wireless printer that I ever owned. All my others had to be connected directly to the computer. Half the computers in my house are running Linux and the other half are running windows. The printer worked out of the box with the Linux computers, and the CD was needed for the Windows computers. Wireless is really easy to set up.
I have not discovered what the top part of the printer is for (above the scan table).
Got this at costco for two reasons:
1.) It was cheaper
2.) Needed it right away