Date Joined: 12/01/02
Pros: Looks good, shoulder straps are supported by the whole backpack (they will not, CANNOT rip), many compartments, pockets, etc.
Cons: Nearly all zipper handles broke within 1 semester (at school).
Overall Review: Good backpack. Didn't fit MY 17" laptop (Sager NP9880), but that laptop was huge for a 17" (thick). Havent been able to find a backpack any bigger.
Pros: Cheap, works flawlessly with my VX9900 (enV).
Cons: Nada, yo.
Pros: Fast, installed and mounted in Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux quickly.
Cons: A little thick, could be hard to fit into some close-quarters USB ports.
Pros: Fast, lost of space for the money.
Cons: Noisier than my other Seagate hard drives, and they are IDE drives. Kinda stupid if you ask me.
Overall Review: I have the Sonata II case which comes with the rubber mounting grommets for the HDD trays, so the drive really doesn't make THAT much noise.
Pros: + Warm-up time is quick.
+ Printing is lightspeed!
+ Clarity is decent.
+ Built-in fax is handy
Cons: - NO WINDOWS XP x64 SCAN SUPPORT!
(This disappointed me the most. I bought this unit AFTER checking the Samsung website for XP x64 drivers, and then made my purchase. Then I tried installing the Scanner drivers, but the installation told me my OS wasn't supported. I emailed Samsung Tech Support, and they said the driver is on the website and labeled as x64 mistakingly. What a mistake...)
- Power-saving mode's shortest timer is 5 minutes, and until those 5 minutes are up, the thing idles super noisily.
Overall Review: If I could set the power-saver to 1 minute or less, and the scan drivers ACTUALLY worked for XP x64, I would have given this a rating of 5.