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Pros: I don't know.
Cons: My bad. I bought this thinking there would be simple PPDs for OSS. Nope, only one I found was on openprinting.org had proprietary ties to Linux. I'm on FreeBSD and the gutenprint project that does so well with simple PPDs and drivers has not been given any of the WF-25xx series for a port. Not good.
Other Thoughts: Boo hiss to Epson. This is the first time I've been bit by one of their printers. It's really my bad to not make sure the Epson I was buying was supported, but I've never had to in the past.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: It overheats. It loses connectivity. It does not like USB 3.0 in general. It does work well with USB 2.0.
Other Thoughts: I've tried both HDD and SSD in this thing. It drops connection a lot!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I needed to up the memory in an old Dell Latitude. This has been working fine. I have two laptops and I put one of these in both.
Cons: Apparently, there's an identifier in the Dell manufactured memory. If I try to use two of these in the Dell, it didn't like it. So, I put the Dell in the first slot and this in the second. On first boot, it wanted to just tell me that it found more memory instead of saying it had none. However, it also identified the memory as non-Dell.
Other Thoughts: Happy that these were a gift from a friend. I'd probably not want to buy any manufacturer who tries to force you to buy their memory at 2x-4x the market price.READ FULL REVIEW