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Pros: Nice, clean, arrived very fast, works as expected without any problems after 200 copies.
Edit: It has lasted more than 500 copies and going strong so it's already more than its worth $/page so I guess it's a sure deal.
Cons: A Chinese bug crawled out of the box... I don't want to be introducing an invasive species here!
Edit: Smeared the paper after a heavy load (100ish copies in 1 printing). But then, I would've bought the original HP if I wanted professional printing. I'm going cheap so it's the least of my worries right now!
Pros: - Nice design.
- Simple setup.
- Great bang for the buck if on special.
- Decent range on 2.4 GHz.
Cons: - Bad customer service reputation.
- Limited WRT-DD support.
- Very little reviews to consult before purchasing.
Other Thoughts: Most reviews give it low speed and range on the 2.4. I live in the country in a fairly large house and it covers the whole thing and most of the yard, which is much better than the Linksys EA6500 that I kept for a week.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very nice design
Cons: EDIT: They fall in pieces after some time. After 2 years, only one of them still exists and it's only because it was left in a closet, unused for so many months. The plastic front panel springs bust after a few weeks of very light use on all of them. Then, the optical drive doors fell off, then the whole panel.
I love Roswell products, cables, even tried on of their power supplies, but I won't be getting another of their cases. Looks nice, but not worth forking 40$ every 2 years or so.
Drive bay doesn't have a metal plate so if you don't put an optical drive, you can open the door and you can access the interior.
Other Thoughts: Bought 3 of these for my classroom and all three were in top condition. I changed the 80mm fans based on other reviews. I wish a regular ATX power supply could fit in, but there's no way that could happen.
The students were very impressed by the appearance of these cases which is good, they'll take care of them!