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This review is from: Pantum P2502W 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi Wireless / USB Mono Laser Printer
Pros: Print quality is excellent. Very clear prints overall. Currently using the starter cartridge and have printed over 100 pages thus far with no quality issues or paper jams.
Wireless works well. I'm using Windows 10. I installed drivers using the given CD-ROM. I set up wireless by installing drivers as "Printers Connected To a New Network." Currently, I don't have the printer connected to any computer via USB and I am able to print from any computer within distance (iOS devices, laptops, desktops).
Printer is fairly small in size.
Cons: One of the biggest things I can think of is that the printer is fairly noisy. If this thing prints in a room with someone sleeping, it will likely wake them up. The printer is fairly small but can be very loud compared to other laser printers I own.
Other Thoughts: Overall, a great printer for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Animal Crossing: New Leaf 3DS Nintendo 3DS
Pros: I've gotten pretty far into developing my town and I've pretty much gotten the feel of how this game compares to the old games in the series.
Here are the new things that you can do in this game compared to previous entries:
~ You are mayor rather than just a citizen
~ You can build things called "Public Work Projects" anywhere within the town (things like a water fountain, a lighthouse, a café, etc.)
~ You can assign town "Ordinances" that villagers must follow. These basically make it so that the town is an early bird town (early opening of stores, etc.), a night owl town (villagers come out late at night and stores close late), and a beautiful town ordinance (villagers plant more flowers and tend to weeds more).
~ You can now customize you home's exterior (such as roof color, door design, fencing, etc.)
~ You can use the 3DS' camera to scan QR codes for custom-made designs (easy sharing of designs for clothes, pathways, etc.).
~ There is now an island that you can visit to play multiplayer minigames with strangers online or friends offline. There is also an abundance of bugs and fish to catch on this island.
~ You can now swim in the game. This allows you to catch underwater creatures like sea urchins.
There are quite a few other changes that are small such as new clothing designs, new Nintendo items, etc.
Cons: In general, this game takes a while to gain momentum. You start out in a tent in the game and must collect items to sell in-game if you ever desire to upgrade your home and eventually many other things in your town.
This game is definitely NOT for those who have no patience or for those who cannot sit still for 30 minutes to 1 hour a day to develop your virtual community in the game. This is not one of those super fast-paced, gory titles that take no brain to play.
Other Thoughts: If you have enjoyed any of the animal crossing titles in the series, you will definitely enjoy this new entry in the series.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This fan controller is awesome. I bought it for use in a new build of mine. This is the first build that I have set up watercooling. I have a triple radiator (3 x 120mm Fans). I decided to connect the 3 radiator fans to this controller in addition to some case fans on my Corsair Obsidian 800D. Everything is working as intended. This thing matches my case perfectly and goes very nicely with my blue theme. ^_^
Also, this fan controller comes with 4 extension cables that are at least 1 or 2 feet long. This was nice as I would have not been able to connect some of my fans if it were not for this generous inclusion.
Cons: The only thing I can think of is that there are only 4 channels. I'm sure there is a way to connect multiple fans in a daisy chain but I chose to just connect the fans 1 to each channel. I'll likely daisy chain some fans in the future but this works just fine for now.
Other Thoughts: My build:
Intel Core i7 3770k Processor
Asus P8Z77-V Premium Motherboard
EVGA GTX 690 Graphics Card
G.Skill Ripjaws X 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) 2133 DDR3 Memory
Corsair HX750 PSU
WD Caviar Black 750GB
Crucial M4 64 GB SSD
Corsair Obsidian 800D Case
Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit
XSPC RX360 Extreme Radiator Rev. 2
XSPC Raystorm Intel CPU Waterblock
Swiftech MCP655-B Pump
FrozenQ Liquid Fusion V Series Reservoir - UV Blue