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This review is from: Moneual RYDIS H68 Pro Robo Vacuum & Mop
Pros: -Vacuum mode is much faster, smoother than hybrid mode.
-Battery allowed 2 tiles room, hard wood floor room and a carpeted room on one charge
-Hybrid mode does an impressive job vacuuming and mopping hard surfaces
-My dog doesn't hate it and hasn't destroyed it (75lb lab)
-Came with extra mop pads
-Good size storage bin
-It talks to you - charge complete, I'm stuck, etc
Cons: -Never returns to base on its own
-Mop mode is loud enough that you'll notice (have to turn the tv up quite a bit)
-Doesn't always notify you when it clogs (dog hair is our culprit)
Other Thoughts: The price is incredible - about 1/3 the price of comparable name brands. It's a shame the company won't be releasing new versions anytime soon (or ever). Well worth the $230READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Xerox WorkCentre 6015/NI MFC Wireless Color Multifunction Laser Printer
Pros: First laser printer I've owned and love it. Did a lot of research before purchasing. This printer was chosen for supporting Macs, decent cost per page, decent price of toner (and third party toner is very reasonable), and footprint. This printer has a smaller footprint than my HP inkjet all in one.
Xerox says it supports Macs - not exactly true (see below).
Print quality is outstanding. Scanner is impressive as well.
Cons: My only issues so far is setup when using Macs. The setup assistant doesn't load on 10.7 or 10.8. I have Parallells and of course it pops right up in windows 7.
Wireless printer setup can be done right from printer - which is what I ended up doing (just connect to wifi).
Drivers installed on both 10.7 and 10.8 (by manually installing 10.7 supported driver). Once 10.8 tried to print it would tell you driver has a problem but clicking 'repair driver' solved my issues.
I don't understand how 6 months after Apple releases 10.8 that xerox doesn't have a supported driver!!!!
I spent an hour attempting to setup scan to email but the unit doesn't support SSL encryption and I couldn't find a provider with optional SSL. Scanning to network is also a nightmare - I couldn't figure it out after hours. You can do a lot of setup by accessing the printers IP address on any browser (used my iPad). But even after following all instructions online the scan still fails!!
Other Thoughts: You can always scan to USB drive - printer is quieter than my inkjet was.
This is well worth the $300 it ran me for. Of course Newegg had the best price on the market!!