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Pros: Super portable. I like how you don't even need a computer to play stuff. You can watch slide shows, read word docs, play music(but why would you) and play videos right off of a usb drive. It's awesome.
As for the brightness of the projector: It's kind of hard to use with raw daylight shining onto the wall you're projecting on. However during the evening, the colors are brilliant and even the darker tones show up nicely. I'm really impressed with the tech that they packed into this little projector.
There is also an on-board speaker. This speaker isn't amazing, but it certainly gets the job done and it is loud enough to play audio over the sound of the fan (and I have high altitude mode enabled).
Cons: The universal I/O chord is a little bit for my liking, it's about threeish? feet long, but if you set up a little platform for your projector and plan to be playing stuff off your computer, I would suggest getting a HDMI chord or a VGA extension chord so that you don't have to accommodate for your computer on the shelf.
I have had it "Crash" on me a couple times, probably because I plugged in a 1TB HD of videos, music, and documents into the usb. Which did load, however it took a long time to load. But eventually something caused it to "crash" and basically just bring up a linux crash screen which was funny to see.
The other way my projector has "crashed" has been quite strange and happens rarely is when the projector has a "fan failure" and has to shut down. It's not horrible, but the projector does beep in warning and then shuts down like 30 seconds later. Fires right back up after that, but it's something worth noting.
I really wish that there was an audio port right on the projector so that I didn't have to carry around the universal I/O chord with it, but it's really not a big deal. I still give it 5 eggs.
Other Thoughts: If you're conserned that there is no audio out, you just use the same chord that plugs into the universal I/O and there is a female end for an audio cable. It's pretty neat because this[audio port] works both as input and as output depending on what mode you are projecting in.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RH-001 - 2 x 3.5mm Connector Circumaural Multimedia Stereo Headset
Pros: The audio quality is amazing and I have been able to get quite a bit of use out of these headphones.
Cons: The part of the headphones that sets the length of each ear is made of plastic that is held together by only a little groove in one side and the other side fitting into that grove. What happens is that when you have a bigger head, the metal pushes the plastic parts apart and they fall apart. It's rather inconvenient.
Other Thoughts: It's cheaper to just buy a new pair than to return them.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RHM-556 3.5mm Connector Circumaural Headset
Pros: Used them for quite some time. The mic quality is great and the headphones have great bass. My first pair broke after about 4 months, which I figured was worth while. A month later I decided I was going to get another pair and realized that it was under warranty. I submitted a RMA and got a new pair in like 3 days. I am really happy with Rosewill and Newegg's service.
Cons: They did break after regular use which was unfortunate.READ FULL REVIEW