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Pros: Compact printer, inexpensive toner refills, install CD doesn't force you to install EVERYTHING and you can pick and choose instead (take note, HP)
Cons: Network install a bit difficult but works on multiple computers, CD didn't have the wireless networking utility
Other Thoughts: I read the reviews about the networking issues and I can see where users are coming from. This is installed on two Hackintosh systems. Once connected via USB, the Mac software discovers it, prompts you to download the drivers, restart and it works.
I discovered that you have to go to the Samsung web page, then download and install the wireless setup software while the printer is connected via USB. Once set up wirelessly, you may have to go into System Prefs -> Printers, then delete the original entry and re-add it by clicking the "+" icon. It will see it wirelessly, then allow you to connect to it.
I tried connecting it to my FiOS router with a USB port, but no go. Nonetheless, as I purchased this to eliminate costly inkjet refills, this is a great little printer.
This review is from: DIAMOND USB 2.0 Video Capture Device For MAC VC500MAC USB 2.0 Interface
Pros: Got this as a Black Friday Special. It comes with recording software which works great. I love the fact that you can import the recorded files into iMovie and work from there. I was considering getting an old PCI card for video capture, but this was a much better choice.
Cons: For the low price, no gripes here!
Other Thoughts: I was previously using one of those under-$10 EasyCAP devices. It worked great under Windows XP, but no 64-bit drivers for Windows 7. I'm glad I made the transition as this also saves time from booting out of Win7 and rebooting into my Hackintosh.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great upgrade from a GT220, more power and doesn't require a connector from the power supply, securely packaged, comes with extra software and adapters, noticable framerate and smoothness increase in my Windows 7 games.
Cons: I'm using this in a hackintosh system, and only 512MB of 1 GB is recognized. However, this isn't the fault of the manufacturer or the hardware, but this is a heads up for hackintosh users wanting this card. Responsiveness of the CD menu wasn't as snappy and I had to manually install things, but it wasn't a hassle.
Other Thoughts: I'm still a little new to video cards, but very impressed with this and will recommend it. Installation was a breeze and noise from the fan is kept to a minimum.READ FULL REVIEW