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Pros: When it works, it works well. It has good transfer speeds and once it sees whatever you put in, it has no problems.
Cons: It's very inconsistent. My microSD slot no longer works, so I need the SD adapter to get it to work. It also doesn't always recognize my cards, so I usually have to re insert them a few times before my computer can see it. Very annoying and frustrating.
Other Thoughts: When I first got this, it worked great. I had absolutely no problems for the first couple months, and then the microSD slot broke. Then I would eventually have to put in the card a few times for it to see it. Overall, I'm disappointed, but for $13, what can you expect?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Seems to work well on XP and Vista x32...sort of.
-Despite what people are saying, the wireless works fine for me. All it needed was power, and it flawlessly connected to my wireless router.
Cons: -It seems like almost every time you want to print something, you have to manually connect it with the software, instead of anything automatic.
-Windows 7 x64 seems to have problems. The utility installs and runs, but it never actually sends print jobs out.
Other Thoughts: I bet it works in the 32-bit version of Windows 7 (haven't tested it though), but it's very frustrating that they haven't made 64-bit drivers for this print server, especially since 64-bit OS's have been available for years.
Considering how much this print server costs, unless you have a very expensive printer, this probably isn't worth the frustration and hassle. If you only use 32-bit OS's, you'll probably be able to use this, but always having to reconnect is annoying. It deserves two eggs for at least being somewhat functional, but there's plenty of better print servers out there that are much more fairly priced than this one.
This review is from: Bose Acoustimass 10 Series IV Home Entertainment Speaker System
Pros: -Sounds decent. Not for the money, but we'll get to that in the cons.
-Small. Size is a serious issue if you're in a smaller room or if you have a wife that hates giant towers of speakers.
-Has enough power to fill a small-medium room.
Cons: -Terrible sound quality for the money. It sounds nice and warm compared to Sony and other major electronics manufacturers, but once you hear other brands such as Polk, Infinity, Energy, you'll never want a Bose system.
-Poor construction quality. Paper drivers? This system will have tears in the cones after a while. Maybe not in 5 years, but later on, they will.
-So many better options. You can literally spend half to 1/3 the money and get a better system.
Other Thoughts: If you need a compact system, take a look at Orbs. Best compact speakers that'll kill this system any day. The thing that kills this system is that it's an awful value. It sounds O.K., but it's not worth anything NEAR its cost.READ FULL REVIEW