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This review is from: ViewSonic PRO8200 1920x1080 FHD 2000 ANSI Lumens, 16:9 Widescreen Aspect Ratio, Dual HDMI / Dual VGA, Two 10-watt Speakers, 1.5x Optical Zoom, PIP/POP Option, Home Theater DLP Projector
Pros: Everything else works.
Cons: The HDMI audio has blown out, extensive testing proves it's just that port. There's an hdmi 2 but this is really annoying.
Other Thoughts: I liked having 2 HDMI ports, it's not nice to only have one that fully works.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works. It will play pretty much any file you throw at it that a VLC can play. The setup didn't take too long.
Cons: Doesn't play 1080p perfectly, I can tell by the pixels and colors that on some of the largest high quality 1080p the device struggles. 720p and lower though spot on perfect. The wireless card on it was messed up until I installed the newest firmware. The device on the wired network won't go faster than 12mb/s which isn't gigabit like the device claimed, that's the biggest let down, usb3.0 works but then I can't use the device, I might try a wireless n signal and maybe? who knows, it's really annoying it should just gigabit and I'm upset with it. I've tried turning the wireless network off at least a dozen times and I'm done fighting the device. It works for what it works for, and it was cheap, but I didn't expect so many hard drive errors. Worth it? Maybe. I'm not sure what else you could pick though, hopefully some new players enter the market.
Other Thoughts: As much as I want a wireless mouse and keyboard for this thing I'm not sure how much more of it I can take. It's slow, it errors alot, it restarts itself when there's a file issue. For what it's worth it's not the worst thing in the world but for what it was advertised as I think I got played. I don't regret getting it over the other devices that were 4-5 times as expensive, it's the price of this device that mattered and I got what I paid for, it would have been nice to at least get what was advertised though.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a standard 3TB HD
Cons: I put this in my UEBO and it's had a few issues that error checks don't seem to solve completely. Not really sure it's the HD though.
Other Thoughts: If you want a HD, this one totally works, just doesn't seem perfect, maybe I'm just spoiled with SSD in all my other computersREAD FULL REVIEW