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Pros: It's blue, and the light it gives off is not harsh at all.
I have one in my entryway, and it' gives off a nice soft glow.
It's a 15 watt output bulb. It's not a torch, a beacon or a work light. Use it in the proper application and you'll be happy with it.
Cons: Overpriced for a party bulb, but it is and LED so I expect it to last a long time.
Other Thoughts: The other reviewer is being unrealistic. It's a Party bulb, not a garage light. It's not supposed to be super bright,. It's more mood lighting than anything. Nice soft illumination that doesn't hurt your eyes. For a garage I'd expect a minimum of a 40 watt equivalent output, not 15 watts like this bulb. 15 watts is closer to an oven or refrigerator light, not something you'd put in a garage unless of course it was for a party.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: OkiData B431dn Monochrome Laser Printer
Pros: Starts printing fairly quickly from power save mode, excellent text quality. Fairly quiet compared to other brands. Stable PS & PCL drivers. Solid build quality.
Cons: Only comes with one paper tray.
The price of the accessories for Okidata printers is fairly high. The 2nd paper tray was (at the time of purchase) about the same price I paid for the printer.
Ethernet port is only 100Mb, would prefer Gigabit.
Memory expansion was also expensive but I found a workaround.
Other Thoughts: I've had 6 Okidata printers before this one, and asides from my ML180 dot matrix, this is probably the best. I wore the other LED/Laser models out over the years.
I bought a second unit for my mother, and she loves it because she just needs to put paper in occasionally.
I did max out the RAM for both, as I find it improves the performance when printing complex documents. I used Kingston KTB-HL533/256 and it worked flawlessly. Got it from Newegg for $15.
Pros: Not very bright, but it's a party light, so you don't want something harsh that blinds people or causes glare. The closest comparison is to the bulbs that come with refrigerators, at least those that don't have led backlighting everywhere, but blue, red or green.
I have one inside my front door, as it's just bright enough to let you see what you're doing, but not be a spotlight letting everyone know you're there. I don't expect to change it for a few years, which is great, and it doesn't have that buzz most CFL bulbs have.
Cons: Only 3 colors? It is a bit pricey for a colored bulb, LED or not. $5 would be a more appropriate price, though assuming it lasts as long as it should, worth the $11 I paid.
Other Thoughts: The other two reviewers were clearly looking for something that wasn't mood lighting, which this clearly is. They should have just bought a white LED or CFL bulb. Not sure why they bought this, but that's their mistake.READ FULL REVIEW
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