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HP 8620 Up to 21 ppm (ISO) Up to 34 ppm (Draft) Black Print Speed 4800 x 1200 dpi Color Print Quality HP Thermal Inkjet MFP Color Printer
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: For anyone that needs an all-in-one that is simple, works, and easy to use, this thing is great. It meets the listed specs, and does a swell job.

Touchscreen is bright and functional (a bit sensitive as I'll mention later)

Decent ink pricing for this model

Scanner is quick to start

Duplex is a great addition and works well, maybe slows print speed a bit.

Can print from phone, email, ect.

The printer has apps, some of which are kinda useful and add a little something to where ever you put this.

No power block, just a simple cable.

Everything about the setup is quick and easy, touchscreen guides you through when powered on from attachments and ink, to wireless setup.

Cons: Nothing worth dropping an egg over, just a few minor things.

It can be noisy, however for an all-in-one it does the job well for what noise it does make.

Touchscreen will wake without any warning, probably a tad sensitive. Luckily not so sensitive that you'll accidentally start print jobs by bumping it. It starts up at a reasonable pace so I usually leave it off instead of keeping it slept to avoid a random wake up.

Other Thoughts: I feel the software CD is a bit much, probably my 3rd HP printer that has had an excess of bloatware in my opinion. Don't get me wrong, some of the software can be useful, but for me it's just not necessary.

Printer is fairly light for its size, moving it wouldn't be any trouble.

This printer certainly fits the bill for any small office/business work.

I might add another review in addition later as I play with more of its features, was running low on paper when it arrived. So far though I've highly enjoyed it and it looks amazing next to my workstation.

EnGenius EUB9603H Wireless Adapter with 5dBi antenna 600mW High Power USB 2.0
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Small and simple.
Easy to setup.
Nice for older laptops stuck using b/g bands.

Cons: Range seems nice, although it is misleading. Despite showing strong signals or even max strength, the product will often slow to a halt or need a reconnect.
After a while of using the product you get a better feel for what the reliable range is.

Other Thoughts: *Assuming you are within range, it does a better job than other wireless cards that don't use an antenna (phones, most laptops, some PCI/PCIe cards, ect.) and for the current price of $15 it seems to be right where it should, although full price of $50 I would expect more. I feel 3 stars is appropriate considering $15 isn't standard price, at $15 a 4 would do, as it is cheap and reliable enough to cover any basic needs and may exceed some.

SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggs Accurate and comfortable 05/26/2014

This review is from: SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse

Pros: Mouse hits a very nice price point for it's performance.
Texture is nice to the touch, and extended play time.
Glides well on metal and cloth mousepad surfaces.
All keys are have low resistance to click and give good feedback.
Cord is sufficient for most desktop arrangements, whether desktop is on the floor or desk.

Cons: No real cons.

Other Thoughts: Personal preference is probably the most important factor with mice. What may be comfortable for one or the right size could be off for another. Once you get used to a particular mouse, it will take time (at least a week) to get to know the new one well enough to decide if it is right for you. If this mouse meets your price point and looks to fit your preferred style, go for it, solid mouse.


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Display Name: Josh L.

Date Joined: 08/20/11

  • Reviews: 46
  • Helpfulness: 19
  • First Review: 09/20/11
  • Last Review: 07/30/14
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