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This review is from: LD © Brother Compatible TN221 & TN225 Bulk Set of 8 laser toner Cartridges: 2 Black / Cyan / Magenta / Yellow for use in the HL-3140CW. HL-3170CDW, MFC-9130CW, MFC-9330CDW & MFC9340CDW Printers
Pros: Great price, love that all colors and black come bundled together.
Cons: None that I can find.
Other Thoughts: We use these in a Brother MFC-9340CDW in a business and they work perfectly and save us a lot of money.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake Massive 23 GT Black CLN0020
Pros: Successfully cools what has to be the hottest (non-gaming) laptop ever made: The HP Envy 17 (first edition). Will work fine on your lap.
Cons: My 17" laptop hangs off both sides. This doesn't affect the cooling too bad though since the one big fan sends air out in all directions so it hits those edges quite well. Although this will work on your lap, it's not designed to so it does dig in a little bit. I'm going to put soft pads under it to fix it.
Other Thoughts: My laptop has an extended battery which lifts it up a bit and that definitely helps airflow. Your results may not be as good with less airflow. I will say that without this cooler this laptop is basically unusable as an actually lap faring laptop as it burns your legs *and* your left wrist. It gets that rediculously hot and that's with very little CPU/GPU usage. Terrible design really. With this cooler (even with it bottomed out and on my lap) it's very pleasant to use. Yeah the left wrist is still warm, but not hot. My lap is nice and cool. Everyone kept suggesting to get a cooler with multiple fans as it'll do a better job but honestly this works significantly better than my three fan desk cooler I use at work. I'd highly recommend it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: powercom KING RM KIN-2200APRM 2200 VA 1320 Watts 6 Outlets UPS
Pros: Lot of power, rack mountable, software isn't too terrible to setup
Cons: Way way too heavy to rack mount without rear support. Would have been nice if they included a bracket to mount to rear rails as well. Also it requires using traditional serial instead of USB for software.
Other Thoughts: This thing is a back breaker to move around. As stated above it can't be mounted on just front rails, it needs rear support. I happened to be mounting on the bottom of our rack so I was able to brace it off of the bottom, if you're going to mount it up higher you'll need to use your rear rails for extra support.READ FULL REVIEW