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Samsung ML-1660 - Printer - B/W - laser - Legal, A&hellip by Samsung
5.0 out of 5 stars Just plain works., 12 Sep 2012
I bought one of these little monochrome laser printers over a year ago, and I love it. Unlike every other printer I've ever had, this one just works. It sits in my office all folded up, taking up barely any space for a printer, and when I want to use it I plug it in and it works. Every time. I've not yet replaced the toner cartridge after the second one -- of course the first one is just a starter -- and it's still going strong.

But the best thing about this is the reliability. It's not fancy, doesn't print colour, but it works.
Compaq Presario CQ61-225SA 15.6 inch Laptop (Intel&hellip by HP
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Bought this based on other favourable reviews on Amazon, and have not been disappointed! Definitely take the upgrade to Windows 7, it works fantastically, starts up much more quickly and is generally superior to Vista.

This machine also has really excellent graphic capabilities, I play an ubiquitous online game, and it's rendered beautifully. It also has HD, so excellent video rendering.

The Lightscribe DVD-RW is brilliant, you have to use lightscribe discs which aren't super-cheap, but the results look very professional indeed.

The description doesn't mention it, but this laptop has a built-in webcam, which I'm told is of very good quality by the people on… Read more
The Truth About Chernobyl by Andrei D. Sakharov
The Truth About Chernobyl by Andrei D. Sakharov
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Very well-written, or indeed translated, this book not only gives a truly fascinating, absorbing in-depth account of the Chernobyl disaster, but also educates the reader in the methods, politics and history of nuclear power of the time and the events that led to the disaster, and exacerbated its effects.

The only reason I have not given it 5/5 is that I found parts of the book a little too technical, and had to educate myself in the function of nuclear reactors to fully understand.

Highly recommended.

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