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Pros: Small form factor printer with a battery pack that you can take almost anywhere. I am of the opinion that all printers are from the devil but this printer somehow rises above that.
The HP OfficeJet 250 is a wonderful small form factor printer with a rechargeable battery that lasts. Setup was painless and just like any printer on the market. Find the driver, install it, setup on the network and you are ready to start using it. Setup all in all took me about 5min to do. HP even supplies simple animated videos on the touch screen for task such as loading paper to changing the ink.
Printer quality is nice as well, it’s not professional quality but then again you are not buying a printer like this for high end professional prints. I really like the battery feature with this printer to. The battery will last for a few hours off of continuous usage and does not take long to charge with plugged into an outlet.
Other nice features of this printer is its ability to scan to your PC or email as well as make a copy of a document and print it out right on the spot.
Cons: Touch screen could be a little more responsive but other than that I really can’t find any problems with this printer.
Other Thoughts: I gave this printer a chance to prove it was not going to be horrible and it rose to the top. All in all this HP printer really impressed me. From its small form factor, ease of use/setup, battery and mobility this printer really did out to be a nice product.
I mean this when I say it to, if you are a road warrior and need a printer by your side this should be your first choice. Nice job HP!
Pros: The ezviz husky is a well-built camera with a housing of half metal and hard plastic. Nice weather proof design that seems like it could take a beating. Camera quality is nice with its 1080p specs and image quality is quite good with only minimal grain.
Setup was as easy as it could be with little to no hassle getting it working. App works great with little to no problems on my end and image capture/playback was simple to do via the internal storage on the device. Wireless setup was just as simple to.
Cons: There is no lateral scaling with this camera. Meaning you will be locked into EZVIZ storage and camera management solutions. There is no local viewer so it must be viewed via the app or their web portal.
Also no capability to setup up motion windows or recording schedules. And again there is no support from 3rd party systems so you will be forced to use the EZVIZ storage options.
Other Thoughts: In all honesty this is a good camera, the quality is good and design is sturdy enough to last a long time. In today’s world people want ease of use and flexibility and it’s up to manufactures to adjust to that need. EZVIZ has created a good camera that is very easy to use though it has 0% flexibility when it comes to using it outside of their domain. If you want a product flourish then you need to make it something that people are really going to want and this device does not give me that feeling.
In short this is a great camera that would fit some people just fine, but if you want control over your device then you will need to look elsewhere.
This review is from: TP-LINK TC-7610-E DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem (Easy-open package)
Pros: Easy and very simple to use, literally just plug it in. You may have to call your ISP to activate your modem but other than that you don’t need to do anything else. Supports a single gigabyte port on the back of the device which is nice since some companies still put 100mb ports in for some reason.
Cons: Had to factory rest the device in order to view the status page. And once you rest the modem you get a read-only display and are unable to makes changes to the device at all. Also has no option for phone lines.
Other Thoughts: There isn’t really a lot to say about this device as it is your basic run of the line modem available on today’s market. It would be nice to be able to have more control over this device, such as tweaking frequency’s, performance tuning, user management, firmware updates, and greater event logging. Though this is not just an issue with this device as all modems you buy today suffer from these same issues. On a side note this device is the same performance wise as the Arris TM822 which charter gives out.
It’s a good modem and does everything that an end user will need it to do. Though if you want more control over your device I would look other places.