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Pros: - Case contouring allows for some behind the MB plate cable routing (within reason)
- USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports on front of case
- Lightweight without being flimsy
- I don't have to listen to "Oh, I thought it would be smaller" when I deliver a machine
- Large quiet fans both front and rear
- External air filter under power supply mounting area
- No sharp edges, well machined
Cons: None, really. I wish they made an ATX size case in similar trim and features. Maybe add a second USB 3.0 port to the front? I'm pretty sure the cable already has the wiring, but then again, how many USB ports do you really want in the front?
Other Thoughts: Great little cases, reasonably priced and well made. Can't really find anything else in the price range of this quality that I would trust.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HP CE250X Color LaserJet Print Cartridge Black
Pros: I've resold HP products for years and their genuine toners always give a consistent and trouble-free operation and experience to all my clients.
Cons: Maybe price? But, with the reliability of these products, it's worth it.
Other Thoughts: Bottom line is I always resell only genuine manufacturer toners for whatever product I sold my clients or whatever they're already using. I've heard promises and tried products from remanufacturers so many times throughout the years and always end up with toner spills and jams. HP toners never give my clients or myself any problems and always work flawlessly.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HP LaserJet Pro 400 M401n Workgroup Up to 35 ppm Monochrome Laser Printer
Pros: When it works, it prints fast, as expected for an HP laser printer.
Cons: The drivers are horrible. I've sold three of these printers, two purchased at the same time, another recently purchased, at least 6 months apart and all have had the same issue. It starts out fine until it loses connectivity. This issue has occurred on Windows XP (32-bit), Vista(32-bit) and 7 (64-bit) locally connected via USB and on completely different networks in different geographic locations. Jobs get stuck in the queue and the machines have to be forcibly rebooted (spool service won't close, manual machine reset required) in order for the jobs to print. I tried updating the firmware, which states it is addressing these issues with only short-term success. I ended up having to uninstall the drivers and download the HP Universal drivers from the website in order for the issues to go away.
Other Thoughts: HP's corporate laser printers are still the best, but their "workgroup" and home-line printers have gone down hill over the past 10 years. These issues should not be present with any printer, especially one labeled "Pro". If HP can't produce a small printer without issues right out of the box at what they feel to be a "competitive price", then produce one without issues at a price that makes it profitable. People will buy what works; ruining a manufacturer's reputation over a price point will cause consumers and resellers to look elsewhere for their needs.READ FULL REVIEW