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Pros: Obviously, rechargeable battery powered, small size.
Cons: Can't replace battery, pretty noisy.
Other Thoughts: I used this for about 1 year almost every night to view internet and movies on my bedroom ceiling. Mostly it was for my GF. It worked well enough, and was bright enough with a blackout curtain in the room. I had it moounted on a tripod and situated at the foot of the bed with an upward projection angle of about 60 degrees.
The unit started to die with video artifact as the first sign. Top half of screen vertical white bars appeared to overlay the picture. After a week it became pure noise. Not sure if heat played a role or not. But it's dead, Jim.
Pros: None so far.
Cons: Silly me for not looking closely enough at the product pictures, and for assuming a MODULAR PSU would come with cables you can actually separate from each other.
This PSU comes with a giant blob of cables that don't come apart. This makes the cables USELESS for my application which is a Thinkcentre M75e. There is simply no room in the case to accomodate this huge blob of cables. A truly modular cable system would not result in this problem. I actually ALMOST got it to work, but the SATA data connectors were not angled, making it impossible to connect in this tight case. Now I'm on thee bay looking for after market cables to make this PSU workable. VERY disappointing.
Other Thoughts: Maybe someone on here can answer me this: What point is there in a TFX PSU (which is meant for small cases) to come with a giant blob of cables, and still have the gall to describe itself as MODULAR?!? Poor show Seasonic, poor show.READ FULL REVIEW