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USB & SD card support
Bright in a semi-dark - dark room
Can be played on a 50-70" screen
Cons: No audio out (unless you diy, see below)
No keystone adjustment
No tripod or connection for one
Focus wheel can be a pain to set
HDMI cable not included
No remote control
Other Thoughts: So other than the pro's and con's above it's a great little unit, the internal speaker is sufficient in a VERY quiet environment, the brightness when ran on dc power is great, an option to load your media from a usb stick or an sd card is a big plus. It would, however, be nice to have a remote for the unit, especially since it does not come with a tripod (which in theory you can substitute with a cheap phone mount for the car) or a keystone adjustment (so it has to be perfectly aligned with the screen).
Now as far as the internal speaker. I've tried watching a full movie in a bedroom (running off the usb) and it was sufficient, until you'd hear ANY noise, other than the projector. So what I did was, I opened up the unit and spliced a 3.5 audio jack into the wiring of the internal speaker, now I can watch content off the usb or sd using external audio.
Pros: The only pro is that the package came fast.
Cons: Dead on arrival, when hooked up to a car cig lighter the light blinked for a quick second and nothing, dead.
When I tried hooking it up to a an ac adapter the unit fried, smoke and all.
Cheap chinese piece of ...., got the SoundFly View instead, lesson learned.
Pros: Does what it supposed to.
Burns 360 games (and everything else for that matter) just fine, haven't had a coaster yet.
Ability to load custom firmware.
Cons: None thus far.READ FULL REVIEW