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Pros: Newegg RMA promptly sent a replacement.
Cons: First one I received was dead on arrival; would not power up.
Other Thoughts: The first one I received was dead at the unboxing. Would not power on at all. Plug it in and turn the switch, and no LEDs turn on.
Newegg deserves praise for standing behind it's products. The RMA process was painless and prompt, and the replacement unit worked.
Replacement seems to be working OK fine, but I haven't done much with it, just using it to power one security camera, so far.
Pros: It just works.
A full duplex color laser printer for the price of a non-duplex.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: I've had this for 4 months so far, in a home office environment with very light usage, only a few pages per week. I've had no problems or complaints with it so far.
I chose it mainly because it offered duplex printing for about the same price as other brand's non-duplex (or manual duplex) color lasers. It's a nice convenience and saves paper.
Before buying, I searched online and found that generic replacement toner cartridges seemed to be available for a reasonable price, although I'm sure the total life cycle costs per page are not the absolute minimum for a color laser.
It's solidly built and heavy to lift. You may need two people to get it out of the box and set up without any risk of back strain.
Pros: Size; Resolution; Price; 3-year warranty
Cons: Brightness control doesn't really work - details below.
Other Thoughts: (writing this 2 days after it arrived.)
Out-of-the-box, the display was way too bright. The OSD brightness control has a range from 0 = too bright to 100 = much, much too bright. Even when set at zero, the colors all washed out and really hard to read fine text on a white background. Eventually got the monitor adjusted so I can use it without eyestrain, by tweaking the color balance controls to very low settings (10/100)
Bought this to replace a "bargain" 24" monitor that only lasted 23 months. The extra screen space is a dramatic improvement.
IMHO, 1080 is ok for a TV, but inadequate for computer monitor. The 1600-resolution is much better