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[filmscanners] Re: Advice on scanner settings



Maxtor used to be a great product, with a 3-5 year warranty depending on
the type of drive.  Then they went to a liquid bearing and all hell
broke loose, with failures left and right, so they reduced their
warranty in Canada, at least to one year, and the drives didn't even
survive that (I had several fail under warranty).  I also lived through
the Seagate disaster years, and others.  They seem to cycle through
different brands of successes and failures.

Too bad warranty doesn't cover the hassle, time, and lost files...  I
wouldn't touch them until Seagate proves they can be trusted again.

Art

lists@lazygranch.com wrote:
> I avoid Maxtor as well. I don't see how a company can hav
> e for a motto "We used to suck." I think they run a 3 yea
> r warranty. Seagate is tops in the industry at 5 years.
> I can't recall a single acquaintance using Samsung drives
> , so I have no history with them. I have my reasons not t
> o like Seagate, but none are due to drive quality. They a
> re local and I've been involved with their designers and
> execs, and I can tell you they take no prisoners and walk
>  the line on legality. I logged more hours in their cafet
> eria waiting for meetings than in actual meetings.
>
> Mech
> anically, it is hard to find quieter bearings than a Seag
> ate uses.
> ------Original Message------
> From: Tony Sleep
> S
> ender: filmscanners_owner@halftone.co.uk
> To: lists@lazygr
> anch.com
> ReplyTo: filmscanners@halftone.co.uk
> Subject: [f
> ilmscanners] Re: Advice on scanner settings
> Sent: Feb 26,
>  2009 8:18 AM
>
>
>

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