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This review is from: RAVPower PB07 10400 mAh White External Battery Pack Portable Charger Power Bank (Dual USB Outputs, Ultra Compact Design), for iPhone, iPad, Mini; Samsung Galaxy, Note 3; HTC One, EVO; Google Nexus
Pros: Worked great for me on a long trip. Would have had battery life issues with my smartphone if I hadn't had this handy supply along.
Cons: The coiled cords that came with it did not work with my camera. Hard to tell if it's the cord or the camera because both of them work with everything else I've tried.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link Wireless AC750 Dual Band Cloud Router, 2x 5dBi Antennas (DIR-816L)
Pros: IPv6, generally works OK, lots of features.
Cons: It dropped WAN connectivity three or four times during one month in service. I was able to go to the Status page and Refresh, and that fixed it right up. But I can't keep doing that, especially when I'm on the road. (It can be remotely managed - but not, of course, while the WAN isn't working.)
Other Thoughts: RMAing it for a refund under Newegg's 60 day network policy, which provides plenty of time to wring out problems. Newegg is the best!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Brother Business Smart Pro MFC-J6520dw Up to 35ppm (Fast Mode) Up to 22ppm (ISO/IEC 24734) Black Print Speed 6000 x 1200 dpi Color Print Quality InkJet Workgroup Color Printer w/ 2.7" TouchScreen Display plus TouchPanel
Pros: Large format scan and print. Convenient front panel.
Cons: Slow when set to print double sided. Poor color intensity. Doesn't sense paper size. Nags incessantly about low ink when there's plenty of ink left.
Other Thoughts: There aren’t a lot of choices for an 11 x 17 all in one printer, and they all have some drawbacks. I chose the Brother, but the poor color quality and many annoying quirks made me sorry I had.
I bought this printer because I missed my old HP 11 x 17 for making occasional signs and posters, and wanted to save paper while printing double sided. But the color intensity and accuracy is nowhere near as good as my former and current HP printers.
The worst thing is that it takes 24 seconds just to print one page, if it's set to double sided. It's not smart enough to know when the page isn't printed on the back, so needlessly goes through the whole double sided, ink drying process.
It starts popping up “low ink” messages when there’s still plenty of ink, and keeps putting them up incessantly. I printed well over 100 more pages before the black starter cartridge ran out. I guess they just want to sell more cartridges.
When I load and print on 11 x 17 paper, it says the wrong size is loaded, but if I ignore the message and continue, it prints fine. After two email exchanges and an hour on the phone with a tech, I was informed that it works that way. So every time I switch paper sizes I need to set the size in the preferences. My old HP knew what size was loaded.