Date Joined: 03/10/05
Pros: Looks nice, the lighted logo on the front doesnt bother me like some other reviewers. Easy setup, good price point as a refurb.
Cons: Reading the specs on Newegg, it says there is 1 Composite input and 1 Component input. As a person who wants to support a variety of legacy game consoles, I was saddened to see that what this means is that there is exactly 1 RCA-type input, and you can choose to EITHER plug in a component source OR a Composite source, and the TV will access it based on your choice of input.
Ive never seen this before, I hope this isnt standard, but listing '1 Composite, 1 Component' really suggests it has TWO inputs, but it doesnt.
For the price, I"ll learn to deal as I need to rig a video switching setup anyway for legacy game consoles, but that kinda stinks in my opinion.
Pros: Great on the budget, handles everything I throw at it, doesnt freeze or choke.
Cons: Having had it for a while, the only con I find myself dealing with is that, as it feeds paper, the stack starts to slide, and if you dont 'tap' the sheets every few pages, it will inevitably drag in 3 or 4 pages at once and paper jam, so I have to babysit it for anything >2 pages.
Overall Review: The price is right, and having to jiggle the paper supply is something I can live with.
If you're a person who absolutely cannot accomdate any annoyances in your life, pass on, but otherwise this is a good printer for the money.