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This review is from: Thermaltake TR2 TR-600 600W ATX12V v2.3 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Power Supply
Pros: Easy swap out on my 7 year old computer. Very quiet.
Cons: none so far. just received it today.
Other Thoughts: My first swap out of a power supply. Just like putting in a new wiring harness in a car. Old power supply was fine. Just updating the computer and needed more power. After rebate it is hard to match this units price vs. power.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Canon imageCLASS D530 (ICD530) Duplex 1200 dpi x 600 dpi USB mono Laser MFP Printer
Pros: Great value if you can get it on a special deal!
Cons: It is rather large, but still fits OK on desktop
Other Thoughts: You can get tonner cartridges for this at a very low price. (Non OEM)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: a great point and shoot. perfect for the person that does not want to mess with a lot of controls. nice optical zoom. I reallly like that you can start taking video on the fly (no turning knobs...going thru menus etc.)
Cons: will need to buy aftermarket wall charger (also maybe some spare non OEM batteries if you wish to not charge in the camera.)
Other Thoughts: another reviewer said you have to charge with your computer. may not have gotten to step 3 when did the review. You can charge with your computer or plug the USB cable into the included wall plug. I purchased a couple of cheapo aftermarket batteries for just a few dollars. could get a wall charger for cheap too if you desire.
I purchased this camera from newegg for 200 including shipping and a free 32gb high speed card (for 1080p) I just don't see another camera out there with these features (and a "pocket camera") at this price. There are (many) times you just want to take a pocket point and shoot. Saying a point and shoot lacks manual controls is much like saying your cheese pizza lacks toppings. OK, just being silly. But you get my drift.I always purchase what I need/want. (as budget allows) I guess most of us do. At 3 or 4 hundred dollars it is a nice camera. At 200 it really is a gem. (once again, the fact that is fits in your jeans, cargo pants, small purse etc. is of note!)