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Pros: Cheap, does what is supposed to. After two months of service can't complain.
Cons: Toner costs compared to other brands. Included toner appears not to be the 1500 yield page, instead I assume to be a complementary one(smaller capacity) that will last around 700 pages.
Other Thoughts: For those of you having wireless issues the fix is to update the firmware on the printer. You can waste your time blaming the drivers if you like, the solution is in the updated firmware which is easy to do.
Lucky me, the toner it shipped with was full.
Pros: Monochrome laser printer with copier/scanner at a low cost. Print quality is just as I expected. Wireless connectivity.
Cons: Toner costs are not as low as the Brother brand, but I knew that before buying.
Paper tray is exposed, but I knew that before buying.
Other Thoughts: Not sure why others are complaining about. Connecting the printer to my wireless network was easy and the drivers (downloaded from Samsung's website) work just fine on two Windows 7 64-bit computers without problems. Android devices and Ubuntu devices connect just fine. If you are having problems connecting to the printer then you must be doing something wrong, retrace your steps.
The printer I received looks new.
Pros: Bought it for the brand and price. I could not be happier, it produces little to no noise and its fast.
Using it to host virtual machines on my WIN 7 desktop and other things.
Cons: No so far, even if there where problems WD offers a three year warranty with this drive.
Other Thoughts: TB drives are becoming cheaper every day. As with any drive there will be risks, remember to backup your data everyday. Don't blame the drive if you loose your data, in the end the only person who bears all responsibility is the one who did not backup.
I am planning on buying another one.