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This review is from: HP Officejet 200 ISO: On AC: Up to 10 ppm, On Battery: Up to 9 ppm Draft: On AC: Up to 20 ppm, On Battery: Up to 18 ppm Black Print Speed 4800 x 1200 dpi Color Print Quality Wi-Fi Thermal Inkjet Color Printer
Pros: - Great quality
- Battery life
- Wifi abilities
- Quick printing
Cons: - Ink is a fortune
- No scanning
Other Thoughts: I really liked this printer. I have worked with a ton of the other mobile HP printers and the advances in this model are a life saver. I haven't had any issues connecting or printing, and I have been very pleased with its performance so far.
I really needed a printer upstairs but I didn't want to have a giant deskjet up there, so when I saw this I knew it would be perfect. Now my wife can print whatever she needs without coming downstairs to grab it off the big printer, so it fits its role perfectly. Due to its small size and battery, it can be stowed in the linen closet easily when not in use.
The ink is expensive, super expensive, and makes me want to take a look for bootleg stuff or get them refilled locally (if they can). It works well, but it costs more then gold per ounce I think, and that's just crazy.
The speed holds solid between regular printing and battery printing, and even though the description calls out different numbers I can't notice.
Highly recommended for a mobile work printer or second printer in the house. 5 eggs.
Pros: - Looks Nice
- Functions Fairly Well
Cons: - Doesn't like to get mounted
- Couldn't handle the routing traffic
- Wifi was intermittent
Other Thoughts: I had a lot of issues with this router but I'm still giving it 3 eggs. My summary: seems nice for a small place, maybe a 1 bedroom or a dorm room, that doesn't have a lot of users.
I tried this router in a home with 5 users and the router couldn't seem to keep up. With everyone using it we would experience random slow downs and other issues.
The UI was easy enough but the rest of the unit just felt clunky. I really wanted to like it but I couldn't make it work the way I wanted. I really feel that a solid firmware update could correct these issues, or maybe I just received a defective unit.
I was hoping I could load up some 3rd party firmware to see if it attacked the problem but the router doesn't support any, so that was a bit of a disappointment.
I'm going to hold it it at 3 eggs for now until I can try some updated firmware and give it another shot.
Recommend for: small or single users, not for large houses or heavy traffic.
This review is from: Silicon Power 128GB Blaze B05 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SP128GBUF3B05V1K)
Pros: - Works well
- No problems with PC or mac
- Protects itself (physically)
Cons: - Case feels a bit fragile
Other Thoughts: I formatted this in windows and used it on a macbook without any issue. The design was stylish and it seemed to be quite quick.
I couldn't really get consistent benchmarks, but I would put it about at their advertised speeds.
Really there's not much to say other than it works, works well, and looks good doing it.
If you are in the market for a USB 3 drive, this has a ton of space and so far seems quite reliable. I would definitely recommend it for work or at home.
With 128GB you could definitely load this up with movies for a trip or for your phone (if your phone works with an adapter, my android did).