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Pros: It works the "manual tray" is nice, i use it a lot to save paper (i print a lot of coupons, so i try to print at least 2 on piece of paper and i feed it in upside down so it prints on the back)
The scanner is also nice, it can scan at a very high resolution, way beyond what i would ever need
When i bought the printer ~4 months ago replacement toner cartridges were cheap ~thirty dollars?
Cons: The manual tray sometimes won't grab a piece of paper correctly and it will crinkle as its going in.
My biggest problem right now is that i cannot figure out how to cancel a print after it started, like if i use the manual tray to load a half sheet of standard paper 5"x5.5" it will print and then throw an error asking for correct size paper, i cannot figure out how to cancel the print job after the error has been thrown, the STOP/RESET button doesn't do it....
another little thing i don't like is if you take a piece of paper from the tray and put it back the next printed paper will push it or it will print under the paper
Not color (but i knew that when i bought it)
doesn't have a document type feed scanner (but i knew that when i bought it)
Other Thoughts: When i bought this printer ~4 months ago it was quiet a bit cheaper almost half the price it is now.
Its a good printer though i'm glad i got it!
Pros: It works great in Windows, i got about a 100-150fps gain in insurgency/garry's mod from a 8600gt
Cons: Linux support IMHO sucks for this card... Iv'e installed Wine in Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10 and i cannot play CSS/Insurgency/Gmod without the game crashing and haveing issues... i pulled out this card and stuck my 8600gt card back in, and it works fine with games (well somewhat).
Other Thoughts: If you are planning on switching to linux like i did, i'd go with a Nvidea card they seem to have better linux support/drivers
i'd only get this card if you never touch linux
(compiz effects does work with this card)
This review is from: SYBA SD-U2HUB-4 3.5" Front Panel USB2.0 4-port Hub
Pros: I love the whole internal and external thing and the mini-molex (floppy power cord) can power this, you can also use two USB cables 1 for data, and 1 for power which is nice, you can also use a wall-wart if you have one that'll fit but you might want to be carefull as this device might not have a 5v regulator and could make anything you plug in go *poof*
Cons: there aren't more LEDs and its not cheaper
Other Thoughts: I have this in one of my floppy drive spots and have the USB cable running out the back of my pc to one of the ports.
When nothing is plugged into this device there are not LEDs on, when you plug something in, a red LED all the way to the left goes on and a green LED will go on above the port, if you eject a flash drive the red light stays on untill you remove it, but the green light goes out