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Pros: Solid, fast SSD for a decent price.
Cons: None at this time.
Other Thoughts: I have bought a number of these in both 120 & 240 GB flavors and all have performed well. This isn't the fastest SSD on the street, but it's been fast enough and reliable for me at a good price point. I bought one that came with the "Data Transfer Kit". It's a basic yet very good cloning software and cable that's been fantastic for cloning old hard drives to the new SSD's that works very well with Win7.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: APRICORN ASW-USB3-25 USB3.0 to SATA Adapter
Pros: SIMPLE! Works great, no fuss.
Cons: None now that they have come out with the 3.0 version.
Other Thoughts: Got the 2.0 version bundled with a Crucial SSD. Worked so well, my IT guy decided to buy one just to keep in his bag. Way, WAY better than Ghost for cloning drives. Used this on several different computers (all Win7 based) from desktops, to laptops, HDD & SDD. It's just simple and easy to use.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Prints text nicely, color pictures are decent enough. Packed well.
Cons: Bought 2 of these and both are giving "Out of Paper" errors even when the trays are loaded.
Other Thoughts: I bought 2 of these on a good sale from Newegg and figured I couldn't go wrong with the Samsung name. Not so. The first one we installed had issues with the paper tray after the 3rd print stating it was empty. After monkeying with the tray and various loads of paper, we still could not clear the error. So I swapped out the first unit and installed the second unit. Same thing. Printed a few times, then paper tray errors. Then some of the computers started printing with it, while others got a paper tray error. Very strange. Had to force a static IP through the server to get it to be seen properly on the LAN. Now, suddenly the second unit is working, at least today. I don't know if it will be tomorrow. Very irritating in a work environment where I just don't have time to babysit a temperamental piece of equipment. It was cheap, and I guess you get what you pay for.READ FULL REVIEW