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Pros: Have bought several of these for a variety of Lexmark printers they work with. No problems.
Cons: Price per page isn't the greatest but if you have the e2xx models, you are stuck with it. Still more efficient than an inkjet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Really pretty good before the power/mini-USB jack broke. Nice speed, touch, and OS version. Could have been the whole package.
Cons: Like most of these cheaper tablets, the quality (and importance!) of the mini-USB jack is ignored. It broke within a week. Can't help but think it's a design issue. I've owned mini-USB devices for years that I charge daily (sometimes twice daily) and have never broken them.
Other Thoughts: Make the USB jack stronger, and it'll be a great deal. Until then, it's just another broken idea.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's fast enough for most everyday apps. Better than minimal GPU. Lots of choices for future processor upgrades.
Cons: Trinity is weak in comparison to Intel CPUs in x86 processing in dual-core configurations at lower clock speeds.
However, it's not too weak to get your everyday work done. Obviously - this does not need to be said - this is not a processor to be used for 3D gaming, using the integrated GPU or not.
Other Thoughts: I'd really like to see AMD release a $50 APU with a 4.0GHz clock speed to compete with Intel's Celeron better - get back to the days when AMD got you "better everything" for a lower price. Efficiency, withstanding.READ FULL REVIEW