Date Joined: 12/06/06
Pros: Quiet, quick, reasonably priced.
Cons: Not very durable.
Overall Review: I go through about 10 of these a week. I maintain about 700 student computers and we use these hard drives. When the original hard drives from the machines break, they get replaced with these guys, and about half of the computers that have these hard drives now come back again for another replacement, but on the same note, the other half are still going strong. They're not bad drives, they just don't seem to hold up well in computers that are on the move all day.
Pros: Cheap printer, free monitor, decent B/W prints, fairly inexpensive toner, built in
Cons: No Mac OS support! Printer arrived, I set it up, tried to use it and then discovered that there is absolutely no support for Mac OS!! Does not accept PostScript jobs, semi-washed out color. Non-replaceable fuser, so even though there is a 40k/mo duty cycle, the printer as a whole will only print 30k pages before the whole thing needs replacing, so under maximum load, the printer won't last a month.
Overall Review: I've dealt with over 15 models of Phasers and they've all been great, but this one was truly surprising. The only one I've seen that does not support Macs or PS.
*Note* I did know all the fallbacks from the 6125 from the 6130 (non-replaceable fuser, expensive per page prints, non-expandable ram, and so on) except the lack of Mac and PS support before purchasing.
Nowhere on Newegg is it mentioned that Macs aren't supported. Even looking at Xerox's site, it isn't clearly stated that there is no Mac support nor is it shown that it doesn't directly accept PostScript jobs. The printer isn't terribly useful to me now, but isn't worth the cost to ship it back. The free monitor is pretty decent though.
I can't mark it below three eggs because it really does have some positives. I'll set up the printer on a PC and share it, hopefully I'll be able to send jobs from all my Macs to the PC to redirect to the printer, but there really isn't any excuse to not support the Mac OS.
Pros: Cheap, fast, works in my phone and my DS.
Cons: I can't really think of any...
Overall Review: I'm not sure what cards other reviewers got, but these are pretty quick, I can write to them at about 2MBps (Megabytes, not megabits), these I think are the fastest microSD cards I've had yet, faster than my cards rated class 6 (and I've had many). Worth the price with free shipping. Thanks Newegg!
Pros: Plays games at 3360x1050 with absolutely NO lag.
Cons: Hot... really hot... and its a monster, almost didn't fit in my case.
Overall Review: You better have some good cooling, thats all I have to say.