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This review is from: HP L1906 Silver-Black 19" 5ms LCD Monitor 270 cd/m2 500:1
Lightweight - LCD and LED monitors weight a lot less than CRTs which were the norm when these came out
Very durable. Have been using a few of them for years and they are still alive to this day.
Cons: Not many in circulation anymore.
Power consumption is 35w. Although Most LCDs are around 20s, 35w is still not bad enough to dock a star.
Only has VGA Output.
Other Thoughts: These things area great for office and home use. For $300, you can grab yourself a 6 monitor stand and have a command center.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Comes with a splitter for dual VGA monitor support.
Has Linux driver support (will have to update them manually after OS is installed though).
No fan so operation is noiseless.
Low profile bracket included
Cons: Terrible for gaming, but you should know that going in.
Price is still ridiculously high. You could easily find a desktop card with DVI and HDMI out that will fit in a slim case. If you are going for 2 VGAs though, its nice that the adapter comes with it.
Other Thoughts: 2 DVI outs or 1 VGA and 1 DVI would have been nice, but that would have taken away its slim case option. Overall I am happy with this card. Have seen one melt after 4 years and don't know what that is about, but since mine is still running fine, I would recommend this card.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RTCA-CE285A Toner Cartridge (OEM HP 85A CE285A) 1.600 Pages Yield; Black
Pros: Much Cheaper than HP Brand
1600 pages is plenty for a home printer
Cons: None that I could find
Other Thoughts: Purchased this as a backup toner cartridge for when the starter ran out. It works as intended. Hopefully there will still be some in stock next year when I come close to my 1600 page limit (if the quote is correct which I trust Rosewill so I'll run with it).
I would recommend this over any HP branded equipment for home use.