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This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper T4 - CPU Cooler with 4 Direct Contact Heatpipes
Pros: Large surface area for air to flow through
Cons: When the fan is underneath the heatsink blowing air up and out of the case, and when the fan goes to full RPMs, it makes unacceptable loud noises. Maybe I got one with faulty bearings, but the noises are too loud and annoying to tolerate. This is not normal fan noise you might expect at full RPM. It's a clicking, ticking sound. I tried submitting a support ticket and a part request with CM but they give me the runaround, trying to bounce me back and forth between the two departments. Most recent ticket # 00094040
Other Thoughts: No more Cooler Master for my clients after this customer service experience!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Pantum P2502W 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi Wireless / USB Mono Laser Printer
Pros: low cost, easy setup
Cons: The Pantum app for Android says it is made for phones. If you try to download it on a tablet, you will see a message stating it is incompatible with your device. I suspect you may be able to find the apk and install it anyway, and it might work. I suspect they simply did not test it on tablets and therefore they don't "officially" support them. Note this is in regards to the printer's hotspot capability where you connect a device to the printer directly, and not through your wireless network. You may get better, more universal, results by printing through the network as you would any wifi printer.
Other Thoughts: Previous reviews indicate the support is lacking and the translations are bad. If you ever set up a wireless printer before, this is no different. When you start the installation wizard, just choose the appropriate option. Only time will tell if this inexpensive printer holds up and continues to provide good value. I just wanted something cheap for my kids to print school work on.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked great while it worked
Cons: SSD suffered total failure, as if it was getting no power after about 6 months. RMA's are handled through a 3rd party that took a week from the time they received the faulty SSD until they shipped the replacement. This is not acceptable. Receive it, test it, ship out the replacement. I expect that to take no more than a day or two max.
Other Thoughts: After this experience, I think I will stick with the other top brand of SSD's from now on.READ FULL REVIEW