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This review is from: FSP Group Industrial 180W 20 Pin Industrial Flex ATX Desktop Power Supply
Pros: Looks like it could be used for a compact HTPC PS
Cons: Support links do go to a website, but the links to this product don't work. I'm forced to conclude it is unsupported junk.
Can't go less than one egg
This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF8280CW wireless Color Multifunction laser printer, 14 ppm
Pros: Laser Color for low dollars
Supplies are not a complete ripoff
Setup is very easy. Use the automated software provided (Windows only -- they don't know about Java, I guess), or setup manually with the menus on the color LCD.
Drivers for Linux and Windows work well
Color accuracy is good and print quality is very good
Cons: No duplexer built in
Scanning from document feeder is limited to 300DPI
DHCP client seems buggy. Printer reverts to a default IP sometimes when renewing the lease. Can easily be config'd for a static IP from the menu, though.
Other Thoughts: One egg for DOA. I'm pretty satisfied otherwise, but this printer is cheap because of its limitations. I don't print double sided very much, so I can duplex manually. Copy and scan using the document feeder is a real looser. If you need a copier, you probably need one of the more expensive units.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ViewMax ® Tablet PC 10.1" RETINA IPS HD Touch Screen Dualcore RK3066 1.6GHz DDR3 1GB HD 16GB WiFi 4X-GPU Graphic Accelerator G-Sensor 2MP Front & Back Camera Android 4.1 Aluminum Model VX-101P11C
Pros: Hard to find anything good to say about misleading and blatantly false advertising
Cons: Under display type it says: "Full HD 1080P 16:9". Uh, no. It's HDMI output supports this resolution.
"RETINA IPS HD Touch Screen." No. 1280X800, a fairly low resolution as tablets go.
Clearly ViewMax is trying to get sales by baiting consumers who only read product titles into believing this product is a lot more capable than it is. It's hard to say what all is just lies in their advertising, so I intend to stay far away from ViewMax.