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Pros: It was inexpensive
Cons: I have been unable to get this printer to operate without jamming after about every other page. The magazine is supposed to hold 150 sheets but is poorly designed resulting in an actual capacity of around 10 pages. It does not print 26 ppm as you have to unjam it constantly so it might eek out 2 ppm.
Other Thoughts: Either this printer is a huge let down or else I just got a goose egg and should have exchanged it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: inexpensive, wireless setup was pretty easy, fast printing
Cons: jams if you put heavy paper in the tray, paper does not really fit in the tray for some reason
Other Thoughts: Overall good value. Hopefully once it is "broken in" it will run a little more smoothlyREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very quiet, low power consumption, easy set-up.
Cons: No a whole lot of room for customization firmware wise but it's not really powerful enough to do much more than it does already.
Other Thoughts: I think it's great so far. The X-RAID is nice and I am going to order a new drive shortly to test out the automatic expansion. After running a full on desktop fileserver for a year now so far this seems like a viable alternative if you want to save on space and power. The only think that is not so great is the firmware which is somewhat limited - it does have a native torrent client you can install but it is no Transmission. Overall it's easy, it's cheap, and if you just need a RAID NAS box for your home network it's a pretty good solution.READ FULL REVIEW