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Pros: - Price, can't really beat this price with additional of keyboard
- Performance, compare to its class, it really is more than sufficient for office work, web, music, and light weight games
- Include Microsoft Office (too bad no Outlook)( home/Student ed.)
- fast, no issue (see other thoughts)
- not much of bloat ware. (Other vendors need to take notes on this, we, consumers, HATE to have any extra software that is outside of OS)
Cons: where is the z3770 with 4gb memory?? (Asus - get this done now)
Other Thoughts: Make sure you read other forums (such as charging, updating bios, etc.) before purchasing. Know what to expect and understand what you are purchasing for $349. Don't expect "heaven" from a $349 device.
Windows 8.1 is never a deal breaker for me. I have Windows 7 and 8.1.
I love 8.1 not because of Metro, but it makes me lazier for all the fast short cut keys. (where is that alt-f4)
This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF4770n Monochrome Multifunction Laser Printer
Pros: It's cheap, yes cheap! A quality MFP that cost barely 100, then gaining a gift card of 60?... Do the math! (promotion only)
After using for more than 2 weeks, it works! It's easy to set up and it's ideal for small office and home office.
Cons: What... the toner is only about 2500 pages!
Could be a deal breaker if not for the cheap mfp and minimal office usage
Other Thoughts: Get the combo deal with extra toner. Additional savingREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Toshiba TransMemory 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model PFU032U-1BCK
Pros: Still working
Cons: Slow, SLOW... compare to some of the USB3 I have purchased in the past. (have purchased over 50 USB3 over the last 6 months - 1 year)
Some PC USB3 ports doesn't recognize this thumb drive. Definitely not the port problem because I use other brand's USB3 thumb drive and it works.
Other Thoughts: I have no time to troubleshoot whether the Bios or driver that is causing for not able to recognize. Had to use it on USB2, in which defeat the purpose of USB3 thumb drive.
(but on some other systems will work fine)
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