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Pros: This thing is so easy to set up. I got this color because I have a B&W Oki that is amazing so I thought I would have good luck. Well I made the right choice. I printed some hummingbirds that look great on regular paper. It has an awesome power saver mode so you never need to turn it off. Directions say to use 2 people to handle it because of 50 pound weight. Put the disc in each computer, it finds it on the network and installs the software. I did not click the local driver selection, I used the network selection because like my last OKI ( which is fine, I just wanted color) I use it on 8 computers throughout the house. Some have XP, some Vista, some 7 and one Mac. The Mac worked automatically without installing software on the last OKI. I have not installed it yet for that one or checked to see it noticed it yet. Too busy writing this review.
Cons: It came from NJ
Other Thoughts: If everyone new about the quality, price, and cost saving features of these LED Oki's there would be no competition. Definitely blows away any bubblejet. My wife loves it too. It stays in a sleep mode till you print, then it warms up about 8 seconds and prints pages out very fast. They just come out smoothly, about 1 page every 2 seconds. One of my best purchases I ever made. Thank you OKI.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: OKIDATA B431dn Plain Paper Print Up to 40 ppm Mono LED Network Printer (91659903)
Pros: This thing is awesome. I have it hooked to my router and 8 computers access it wired and wirelessly through the router. I loaded the driver software disc into each computer, some with XP, XP Pro, Vista 64 bit, 7 and a Mac Mini with OSX before Maverick came out. The most interesting thing about the setup was the Mac just recognized it on the network and no disc was necessary for that 1 computer. I have saved a ton of money on regular inkjet ink. It is the fastest I have ever had, but it is also the only Laser (LED).
Other Thoughts: Just came back to get another one for a friend that has been having all kinds of trouble with inkjet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I just made an old Gigabyte MA78GM-S2H my fastest computer in the house. I have 8 computers of different windows,7,XP,Vista, Maverick. All of them built pretty good lots of ram. I had to make my wifes Window7 from XP so she would feel safe. She only does small things so I got this small SSD very low price. This computer with 4 gigs of ram blows away all my systems now. I will be doing most of them SSD soon as the price goes further down. With 256 units
Cons: Only had it a day and love it. Please see other thoughts to alleviate a few possible cons.
Other Thoughts: Did a little homework before purchase and install. #1. Turn off Automatic Disk Defragment. Apparently this will wear out a unit quickly. Youtube shows you. #2 Set the SSD to AHCI per many post and in the instructions for this unit. This is where I had to go into the Bios 14 times. Getting the Windows disc to boot and load 7. After 10 times I tried setting all to sata. That worked, but was slow and not correct. Started over and finally realized I had to Plug my Optical drive into sata ports 4 or 5. it was in number 1. That port gets changed to AHCI while 4 and 5 do not. So I hope this helps and it felt real good to figure it out . The System and I both feel awesome now. LOL. To make this clearer. My Motherboard has 5 SATA ports. Apparently a part of the bios says to set numbers 4 and 5 to SATA. These stay as SATA NOT AHCI when SATA, RAID or AHCI option is set to AHCI. I used 5 for the DVD/CD writer and I think I could have used 4 also. I used 1 for the SSD but I think 2 or 3 would have been fine also. WOW this things is fast. I will get another soon. Saw one on sale for 104 and it was 240 gigs ADATA.READ FULL REVIEW