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Pros: These fit in my ZenBook and worked without hesitation.
Cons: Can't find any
Other Thoughts: I purchased 2 of these as direct replacements for the pair of 128GB SanDisk that came in the ZenBook from the factory.
At the time of order NE didn't have the 512GB variety.
The day of delivery I got and email from NE telling me the 512GB was in stock.
This review is from: Brother HL-L2380DW Monochrome Multifunction Laser Printer
Pros: Print quality is good
Print speed (when it prints) is quite acceptable
Scanner is acceptable
Cons: At least 1 in 3 envelope print commands end in error for "jammed" paper inside.
remove cartridge, check for phantom paper jam, replace cartridge, and print job resumes without error. I have never had a piece of paper (of any kind) jammed in the paper transport mechanism.
Other Thoughts: I have checked, and re-checked, for improperly stacked/positioned paper in the paper cassette.
There is none and the paper jam error has to be coming from poor programming switching between the cassettes and the manual feed rollers.
I had read about this on another site and wrote it off as isolated . . .so now I am isolated?
Pros: Out of the box every imaginable cable needed to hook up this monitor to any computer connection. (VGA, DVI, and HDMI). This is a lesson many other manufacturers need to adhere to!
Now I will contradict and state that a "sound" cable does not exist. See other thoughts!
Nice stand, without plastic fingerprint magnet effect.
Clear, crisp, price is/was right with $30 off!
Cons: For the price . . . none exist.
The stand could have greater flexibility, but I can live with that.
Other Thoughts: This monitor comes with an "audio out" port and "NO" cable. . . certainly strange port for a monitor of this size? But it makes total sense . . .if you are using HDMI as your monitor input from the computer. HDMI carries sound and you can plug your normal computer speakers into the back of this monitor . . . .no more crawling around down below, and behind, that computer when on HDMI!READ FULL REVIEW
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