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Pros: Used this product in my Brother Hl-2170W with the TN-360 cartridge. This was the first time I have ever refilled a toner cartridge and I had no major issues.
Cons: Messing with toner in any way can prove to be messy.
Removing the fill port on the cartridge without damaging it can be challenging.
Other Thoughts: My cartridge read as "TONER LIFE END" on my printer configuration page. Before adding the new toner, I just reset the gears on the side of it to see if I could get anything else out of it. I managed to get about 200 more pages after doing that. Then I replaced the toner. The instructions tell you to dump the old toner out, so I did and I was amazed at how much toner was left in the unit. In the future I may attempt the reset trick as many times as I can until print quality degrades.
All in all I have a full unit now for $8 instead of $50. Thanks LaserTek!
Pros: Speed and power consumption
Cons: This drive utilizes the Sandforce controller that has a history of failing...
Other Thoughts: Bought this drive in December of 2010, I'm writing this in December of 2012. The drive has less than 3000 power on hours, and has been in the same system for it's entire life.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Lenovo 8808 Desktop PC Core 2 Duo 1.86GHz 1GB 80GB HDD Windows 7 Home Premium
Pros: I lead a customer to this deal to replace an aging Dell with a Celeron and XP. All that it is used for is basic web browsing and Word/Excel. The system came exactly as specified, and had Windows 7 Home Premium already installed. There is no vendorware installed, which is a HUGE bonus in my opinion. The system runs just fine, and has very few physical nicks, and scratches. I'm totally satisfied with this purchase, and my customer will be able to enjoy an improved computing experience at a very affordable price.
Cons: None at this time
Other Thoughts: If you're going to be doing more than basic work, you may want to stick an extra gig of memory into this. Mine came as pictured here, with one 1GB stick, and one open slot.
A Windows 7 Home Premium OEM license is $99... So you're essentially getting the hardware for about $50. This is a steal.