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Pros: * The stand took all of five minutes to assemble
* Perfect for my large-footprint Cannon laser printer
Cons: * Some of the excess plastic on the molded edges had been roughly removed and left minor gouges (docked one egg).
Other Thoughts: My Cannon 8280Cw laser printer weighs 64 lbs., so I decided to invest in a decent printer stand, and I'm glad I chose this Safco model. I'm happy with this purchase.
As for delivery, Newegg did a fantastic job. I ordered the stand late Wednesday evening, and it was delivered to my front door Friday morning. Great turnaround time!
This review is from: TRENDnet TEW-654TR N300 Wireless Travel Router Kit IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Pros: ► Small Footprint
► Excellent Price Point
► Relatively Easy to Set Up
► Up to Task...when Working
► TrendNet Technical Support
Cons: ►Runs Hot
►Short Return Window
►Died in Less than One Month
Other Thoughts: I was initially leary about purchasing this router since several reviews made claims of similar units running hot and/or of premature failure, Anyway, when NewEgg put the router on sale at a ridiculously-low price, I decided to take a chance and give it a go.
I had big hopes for this tiny router when purchased. The unit worked great right out of the box, and set up was a breeze. The unit functioned in an apartment with four different Internet users, with four individual computers, and with a shared wireless printer. Connectivity and download speeds were never an issue. Everyone was pleased and surprised how well the tiny router performed. Unfortunately, my unit suffered the same fate as the other units that were reported as running hot and dying young. In less than 30 days, the router was toast.
The reason for awarding two eggs instead of one was TRENDnet's technical support. They were superb. They had me run a few checks and tests, and they worked with me on the determining that the router had indeed given up the ghost. They stood behind their product and directed me to NewEgg for a replacement or refund. As usual, NewEgg was prompt to offer me either a replacement or a refund. I opted for a refund and decided to purchase another router by a different manufacturer...through NewEgg of course.
I cannot recommend this router, but I can recommend TRENDnet and NewEgg. They both provided hassle-free customer service.
Pros: * Fits the Brother DR-360 drum
* Prints text
* Cheap replacement
Cons: * Leaves "dusty" artifact on each copy
* Solids are muddy and uneven
* Messy - Toner cast all over product
Other Thoughts: I have bought many OEM TN-360 toner cartridges in the past for my Brother HL-2170W laser printer, and they've always been solid products that arrived clean and functioned properly. Recently, Newegg had an excellent sale price on their compatible Rosewill TN-360 toner cartridges, so I decided to give them a try. Big mistake.
Right out of the box, the Rosewill TN-360 cartridge was covered in a heavy cast of black toner. There was no cartridge leak, so the cartridge was probably packed that way. I cleaned it off, placed it into the drum, and then into the printer. That went fine.
The real test is with the finished product produced by the printer. Unfortunately, I was very disappointed with the quality of the print. It was sub-standard and did not meet my expectations. I printed about 25 copies to see if the dirty cast on the printed pages would resolve, but it never did. I suppose the output is adequate if you're okay with draft-quality copy, but if you want a CLEAN, quality finished product, stick with the OEM TN-360s. The Rosewill TN-360 toner cartridges fall short. They're comparatively inexpensive, but at the end of the day, you get what you pay for.
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