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Pros: 8x 3.5 Bays
8x 3.5 Bays have great "No-Screw" Trays
3x 5.25 Bays (One had a 3.5/2.5 Adapter Built in)
Excellent design for great air flow (especially once loaded down with 120mm fans)
Every Screw and accessory needed for an install was included
The SATA Adapter on the top is awesome. An included SATA Molex Adapter is built in.
Cons: Thin metal
Damaged during shipment (reason for 1 egg deduction)
Other Thoughts: Would be nice if just once... I could receive a case without damage during shipment!
Used a USB to SATA Adapter so my NAS would mount Drives inserted in the top adapter as USB Drives and not mountable SATA Drives. This also made drives "hot-swappable"
Supported my NAS Case's built in controller
Cons: Could push more air!
Other Thoughts: Worked great. My case had 4 open spots for 120mm fans. Dual Controllers and these fit the budget and case!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung Xpress SL-C410W/XAA Color Wireless Laser Printer
Pros: Picked it up for $99
Warms up quick
Wakes up effortlessly from idle(no need to press a wake/sleep button)
Cons: Cheaper unit...
Bloatware Driver Suite (I just want the Driver, I do not care about toner status, page counts or other useless information! It's a network printer... I can always log in and see what the life of things is.)
Hidden Admin Password. Nothing on their site about this... Googled it. (Make this public info... some of us would use SNMP, Static Addressing and have a desire to change the hostname!)
Other Thoughts: Warms up my home office... but all laser printers have a tendency of doing this.
I purchased this unit with my wife going back to pursue another degree... I bought her a tablet, but she still like to print things and the toner was much cheaper. For the price I purchased it for and the expected page count prior to toner running out, I could of bought 3 v inkjet usage!
If anything this is a burner printer... use it until it runs out and buy another!
Don't use the wireless or NFC... but it is great to know it's there!
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