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This review is from: CANON PIXMA MG6620 Wireless Photo All-In-One Inkjet Printer, Black
Pros: What's really good is that this isn't another product that they give away, and then you need to pay more for the ink refills than you paid for the unit. That type of business should be buried and discouraged by everyone.
It prints well. It prints from a phone without a wireless connection.
The Glossy paper does take some time to dry. Careful setting them aside after you print them.
Cons: None yet. I look at everything as if it will last. A bargain that fails in 4 weeks, or 10 weeks, is no bargain. Some seem to want things to fail, and then sell you another one.
Other Thoughts: It seems that I continue to read what I've called product sabotage. I've read comments that never seem to apply to the same things that I've purchased. I don't commonly write reviews to just see my words and think I'm famous. I write what has happened to me. There are some that pay for fake reviews. Good and bad. I'm starting to think that you have an underground of product sabotage.
It's not social. To me, that's a crime.
This review is from: Rosewill Infrared Thermometer
Pros: Been testing it on some known values. Used on a suction line and a liquid line to compute superheat. This is very accurate. It read correct on some register outputs also.
I read some others had some off readings. Maybe they got a bad one, or maybe they aren't testing it with accurate tools? I've seen various models priced $30 - $60 range. When this was at $15, I thought it would be no loss if it was inaccurate. I tested it with an accurate needle thermometer and a thermistor. You would call it a meat thermometer.
Winner winner chicken dinner. +++++
Cons: None. With me it's always if it will last. Hope it does.
Other Thoughts: This is not a toy. Do not point it at eyes of humans or cats, you bozos out there. At least try to pretend you can be an adult for a couple of minutes.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: If you want a good case at a good price, grab one up on today's price drop.
I hope Corsair reads my possible fix for the weak feeling power button in the other thoughts section.
Cons: Feet slide easy. You can stick on rubber pads or replace with rubber. Really not that big of an issue.
Other Thoughts: I wanted to help Corsair.
I took a longer look at the power button and believe I can solve your problem. I'm a bit of an engineer.
The power button has a left side for reset. It feels good. The power side feels weak. When I wrote my review it felt like a weak spring. Not so.
I think you can help this by putting the post for the momentary switch on the right all the way to the right hand side. Put the light window to the left of the post. You're just flipping the switch around. This should firm things up. All you need then, is to make a new plastic toggle for the front panel. Good luck. I'm still keeping it.