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Pros: Its was 32GB and relatively inexpensive
Cons: I used it in my phone for 3 months and then it just died with no recovery through anything I could think of to try. All my apps will have to be reloaded. I will not buy a Team product again. Not worth my time or my money.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EPSON EX3210 800 x 600 2800 Lumens 3LCD Multimedia Projector 3000:1
Pros: This is a great projector for the price. It handles all of our second screen presentations with no trouble. We use it in our church worship center for displaying song lyrics and powerpoint. It is bright enough for our needs at 2800 lumens.
Cons: I did have one problem with the side-to-side keystone. It is a mechanical keystone with a slider up near the lense to set it. The top part of the slider that you can move with your finger came off. I can still see the bottom part of the slider in the slot it runs through. I just took a thin screwdriver and used it to set the keystone where I need it. We have the projector mounted so it's not the issue it might be if we were using it as a mobile unit.
I would have awarded 5 stars if not for the broken tab.
Other Thoughts: Even with the broken keystone tab, it is a nice little projector with a great price. Not a lot of bells or whistles, but handles the basic inputs very well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: *Great workstation laptop as the previous reviewer stated.
*Traditional Thinkpad design and features
*Supports SATA III if you have drives that can do it.
Cons: *You can have any color you want as long as you want black
*The monster power brick
*Somewhat expensive for a laptop these days
Other Thoughts: Thinkpads(T series, W series) have always been great laptops for working(and playing if you have a discrete graphics card). This one seems to be no exception.
I made the reinstall disks (1 CD, 3 DVDs) and then upgraded it with the new Mushkin 240GB mSATA SSD that goes in the WWAN port inside the machine instead of the traditional drive bay. I had a little trouble getting the keyboard out, but I loosened all the case screws a half turn and was able to get it out to access the mSATA port underneath. Otherwise, physical installation was fairly easy.
I had ZERO issues with drive recognition or access. I ran it for a few days without any drive in the internal bay and it makes the machine lighter to carry. I ended up putting the stock drive back in and rerouted all of the "My ..." directories (My Music, My Videos, etc) onto the rotating drive for mass storage, leaving the SSD free for the OS and programs.
It runs amazingly fast and seems to be another great Thinkpad!