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Pros: Honestly I'm not sure as I discounted these as an option for purchase.
Cons: You get to roll the dice to see if you actually receive a good working panel!
Other Thoughts: When this, "* Up 10 dead pixels are normal. These are not the reason of return or compensate. Dark (gray color) dot may be on the panel, it is not the standard of Defect." is part of the specifications/overview of a new product for sale...run away. Especially for the price they are asking. They know they are constructing junk with reject panels. They are just hoping to hop on the bandwagon created by better Korean manufacturers who actually adjust the price of the product based on condition. Do your research well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice little unit with good resolution, short throw, low heat, good response, and quick start/stop to storage times.
Very few cons, see below
Cons: The only con this unit has from what I can tell, is the Asus marketing department, yet again.
It's an Analog HD mini Projector.
This is a hybrid unit, combining LED back-lighting and DLP light tuning. One of those techs has to be at cutting edge, or won't produce results...while the other is saddled by a license that costs.
Asus mitigated this by making this an ANALOG input only unit.
No digital scaler, No HDMI license, no over priced connectors to solder on. This is what passes the true value of this unit on to the consumer, you just have to be smart enough to understand the product before buying, and Asus doesn't really help here by obfuscating the underlying tech.
Anyway, this is a great little portable unit, designed with the VGA output of laptops and other portables in mind, a good choice for that purpose.
Other Thoughts: yenalsekim's 1 egg review surprises me on two fronts.
1. He faults the unit for his lack of knowledge.
2. Admits the unit operates just fine, yet gives it a 1 egg rating due to a peeve he has with connectors he should have known full well about, I mean $40k in Asus products and you can't at least LOOK at the description and pictures???...this amounts to a baby fit.
Pros: Blister pack was only taped shut, and not hermetically sealed?
Cons: Where to begin...flimsy construction, extra short cord that cuts out of moved too much, reads about 50% of the cards inserted, and even that is random. When it does read, transfers are excruciatingly slow(think sub usb 1.1 speeds), no instruction booklet.
Other Thoughts: I normally stray away from cheapo brand external devices as they are rarely worth the time or money.
I should have taken my own advice, as my wife's flaky internal reader does a better job than this new product.
And before you think to yourself, well it's only one piece out of millions made...a friend has one as well, and his hit the trash last week. Almost the same problems except his would just disappear from explorer during reads.
Reader is junk due to poor manufacturing choices.
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