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This review is from: OKIDATA MC361 MFP / All-In-One Up to 25 ppm Color LED Network Printer (62435901)
Pros: Prints decent quality for basic home office use. I don't print often,and I was tired of buying new ink / using half the cartridge to "self clean the nozzle" every time I needed to print because I didn't use it often enough. I'm not even 3/4 of the way down on toner.
I also love the fact that the toner is all in separate cartridges, so when I go through a certain color faster for whatever reason I can just replace that color.
The web interface is easy to navigate, and useful. Also love the fact that I can hook it up into my network and use it from any PC in my house (I have 5 of them).
Cons: She's pretty big. And heavy. But everything seems to be well-built. Definitely wouldn't put this on anything that isn't sturdy, though, especially if you have small kids.
Also worthy to note, though, that I have a problem printing certain colors. It really doesn't like pinks or oranges. I'm not going for high-quality prints, so that's not a huge deal to me.
Other Thoughts: Bought one of those cheepo end-tables from Wally World for like $15 to put her on and I haven't had a problem yet.
Overall, I'd say this is a great printer. Love the copy tray, too.
Pros: Looks okay. Long enough cable on IR receiver.
Cons: Everything worked fine for the first month I had this. Then, all of a sudden it stopped working. You can see the IR receiver picking up the signal when you press the buttons, but the signal's not getting passed to the computer.
Other Thoughts: I got this when it was on sale for $8, so I didn't really care enough to do anything other than chuck it in the trash. I definitely wouldn't pay full price for this, though.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Does everything a guy can want. Routes, DCHP Server, easy to navigate control panel, you can reboot the thing from the web interface, only allow specific MAC addresses to be able to log into the control panel, and even auto updates DDNS. Other than the few times that I've had to reboot it, I haven't had any problems with it.
Cons: Required field, so I may as well put my own stupidity here.
Had one output that wouldn't work. Figured out it was the cable. But it wasn't actually the cable, you just need to use a crossover cable when connecting from a router's out switch to a keystone jack. I re-ran that cable like 4 times...
Other Thoughts: Purchased this to replace the "router" on my Time Warner issued UBEE DDW 3611 piece of garbage. Googled how to put that junk into bridge mode (it's through some secret url) and hooked up the TP-link router in it's place. Other than the occasional (I think in the 6 months I've had the router I've had to do it once) hard-reset I haven't had a single problem with this device.READ FULL REVIEW