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Pros: This printer is awesome. It scans over the network to custom folders, and printers beautifully. I bought the add-on paper tray and loaded it with envelopes. Now I can print stationary (color logo) envelopes and stationary letters and don't even have to get up to hand-load an envelope.
Cons: None detected. I have not used the fax machine, so no comment on that.
Other Thoughts: Previously owned a Brother laser MFC. It crapped out after a year and the envelope feeder never worked. Also, network connectivity was problematic on the scanner. This system, by contrast, if absolutely awesome.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: The device failed within its first six months of life. I can appreciate that there are some units that may fail, and expect respectable warranty service to step in and make up for it. Not so with ASUS. This was the absolutely worse RMA experience I've had. Not only were they slow, impersonal, and cryptic, but after agreeing to accept my unit for an exchanged, they sent back THE SAME unit. The failure was that it would not power up. So I paid to return it, then got what appeared to be a new one back, all packaged up. I installed it and it had no power. (Mind you, I am running another DVD player in this machine to make do, so I know the power connector works.) Then I opened the box again only to find THE SAME SERIAL NUMBER! It's unbelievable. I will complain to Newegg to see if they can help with this issue, but I can tell you that I will think three or four times before buying from ASUS again.
Other Thoughts: Buy something else!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Dual band radio, friendly interface, other good things
Cons: Constant need to reboot. This router is really terrible. The 5 Ghz radio is pretty stable but doesn't have adequate range. The 2.4 Ghz radio needs to be rebooted about once a week, at least.
Other Thoughts: Don't buy this.READ FULL REVIEW