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Pros: Installed and started using with no problem at all. Bought on sale for a good price. Plenty fast enough for internet and most home network uses.
Other Thoughts: I upgraded to a non-dual band wireless-n router and began having trouble with an old laptop that had built-in wireless-g. I popped this in and it solved the problem.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Everything works, decent range, positive responses, bought on sale for a good price. Does everything I've tried in BeyondTV, as well as Media Center.
Cons: Every remote control takes a little getting used to, but still I suppose it would be handier for me if it was a little bit bigger.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great quality, very solid. We bought it largely to print calendars with big color photos on bright white, heavy, plain paper, and we are very impressed. We won't be working it hard until Christmastime, but so far so good. We got aftermarket toners that work great and are very economical. Network setup was very easy. If we ever need to use PostScript, it's there.
Cons: For my uses, I have no complaints, but it's a brute, which might be a con for some people. For a home printer, it's very heavy, and, as others have reported, when it prints the lights dim. Also, like most printers I've seen, it appears that the list price is inflated for the purpose of making you think you are getting a great deal when it goes on sale. Seriously, these should only be purchased at half off or better. And OEM toner is outrageous.READ FULL REVIEW