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Pros: Fast Printing, low cost for toner, compact, configurable sleep mode, Great bang for the buck, wireless
Cons: Weird config process,
Other Thoughts: Great Printer for $90. A lot of people are having probs when configuring wireless. Basically you use the SmartInstall to config it via USB. Once the WEP/WAP is configured, if it still won't connect, reboot your router (that will reset the ARP table). You should be able to print to it. If you want set the IP manually, use a browser to connect to the printer. Once you change the IP and other settings like timeout time, you have to reboot the router again. I have Verizon FIOS and doing it this way works like a charm. Overall it's a great buy!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEG-S80G Unmanaged 8-Port Gigabit GREENnet Switch
Pros: -Solid Build
-Reliable Gig connection
Cons: -can't cook bacon
Other Thoughts: I had an issue with my linksys switch. I was getting half-duplex of a couple of drops. I after buying this one I was able to get a full 1gig connection. I have two and get lightning fast connection when I transfer files. Highly recommendedREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech F310 Gamepad with broad game support and customizable buttons
Pros: I used it to play Dead Island and it picked it up just fine. It had the same feel of the Xbox controller (the analog and DPad are flipped) For $15 was well worth the price.
They have game profiles you can set for the controller (using the Logitech SW) ... So if you're playing Left4Dead, they have a preset config you can use.
Cons: You have to download the software from Logitech to get it the customization. If not W7 recognizes it just fine. I hate having to install unnecessary stuff on my PC but the program doesn't take up any resources.
Other Thoughts: Cheap and Easy (That what she said). Good controller for those who are used to the console controllers. I'll update my review if and when it breaks.READ FULL REVIEW