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Lenovo ThinkCentre Intel Core i5 4570S (2.90GHz) 4GB DDR3 500GB HDD 23
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Display port output (at least it has a video output which many all-in-ones do not, the reason I bought this model)

Cons: Agree with other Review, the model in the picture is much more modern looking. The actual unit is pretty bland looking, but that's typical Lenovo so that wasn't my biggest issue.

Biggest problem I have with it is the stupid fan! The BIOS only has 3 settings for the fan, "acoustic, thermal, or high," all of which suck. In the afternoon once it's warm the fan constantly ramps (revs) up and down and after about an hour of subconsciously hearing this I notice that I'm super stressed out and then every time it ramps back up (about every 3 seconds) I feel super anxious. So, I tried just setting the fan to High so that it's a steady spin, but it's way too loud.

Basically they should've designed the cooling much better or figured out how to insulate the acoustics of it because I'm going to get rid of it just so that I don't have a heart attack from this thing constantly and subconsciously making me stressed out.

Other Thoughts: Very un-modern look, matte screen (not a big deal), like the display port out and other features, but HATE the constant ramping-up and down of fan.

Gateway Laptop NV5929u Intel Core i5 430M (2.26 GHz) 4 GB Memory 320 GB HDD Intel HD Graphics 15.6
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Fast, good looks, good features

Cons: Run and I.T. company, bought 4 for a client. The Mouse left/right click "bar" SUCKS! It is awkward, skinny, in a bad position, and hard to push, especially with a relaxed flat-lying thumb and is quite a reach compared to just about every other laptop I've ever used. The further to the edges you push the easier it will go down, but the further of a reach it is.
Also, the NUMPAD, which would normally be a big plus for a laptop is not a standard design. the + key is at the top and the enter key is at the bottom (as opposed to having these to keys along the right-hand side).
I'm just wondering why whoever designed this laptop decided to re-invent the wheel with these two things??? DUMB DUMB DUMB.

Other Thoughts: overall OK laptop, if it had the standard "fat" left and right click buttons right at the bottom of the touchpad (or were at least no so darn stiff) AND had a standard numpad (like HP, Toshiba and Acer models), then I would have given if 5 stars.

Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn 2711B019 MFC / All-In-One Up to 23 ppm 1200 x 600 dpi Color Print Quality Monochrome Laser Printer
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Fast printing, scanning, copying

Cons: Where to begin? Do not get as a network MFC, after owning several Brother network printers this doesn't even come close to the features Brother offers, the Network Scanning STINKS!Also, NO MATTER what I do it prints crooked. It might be a defective printer, and it's worse from the feed tray, but both the tray and cartridge guides are as tight as they'll go and it still prints crooked, EVERYTIME. Highly dissapointed Canon.

Other Thoughts: I've owned two Canon inkjet printers in the past and they were awesome, so I was confident when purchasing this printer it would be of high quality. I guess that's just too much to ask these days.


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Display Name: Adam T.

Date Joined: 06/14/04

  • Reviews: 8
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  • First Review: 03/08/05
  • Last Review: 04/09/14
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