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This review is from: NORCO RL-20 Heavy Duty Slide Rail
Pros: -Works in 4-post rack.
Cons: -Not confusing but difficult. (Explained below).
Other Thoughts: I want to expand on the con I listed. I used these rails on the Norco RPC-170. The top won't neatly fit on with the rails on. You have to apply significant pressure to allow the top of the case close while the rails are attached. While screwing the rails on with the case closed, you have to press hard towards the top of the case for the screw holes to align correctly. The holes for the screws are JUSSSSTTTT off enough where it causes a bit of trouble. So if you ever want to take it apart, you might have to take the rails off as well. Possibly a defect, design flaw, or something but the rails are on the correct way but cause a bit of problem.
It did fit in my 4-post Tripp Lite 25U rack neatly and easily though.
I would probably buy these again.
This review is from: Kingston 64GB DataTraveler Generation 4 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (DTIG4/64GB)
Pros: Works great.
I put a ton of OS and tools on there for working with computers. No issues
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: -VERY small (promotion picture is deceiving). It can pretty much fit in one hand.
-Great picture (for the price point)
-Shoots far. I have the projector sitting ~15' from the screen and it projects very well given the circumstances.
-TON of menu options for doing darn near anything you want.
Cons: -Loud. Slightly underrated is the amount of noise it will make. It's small and of course it runs hot so just be aware having it next to you there will be some sound due to a fan coming out of it (obviously).
-Sound output is poor. Grab a soundbar or 5.1 with a receiver or something. The latter is the route I took and it works great.
-You MIGHT have to angle it when trying to get the perfect size. I had to because of a lack of sizing options. This was nearly enough for me to dock it 1 egg but to be honest the remedy is easy. Just throw something under it or plan ahead.
Other Thoughts: -Hot. Not a con because all projectors will be hot. But it's worth noting.
As noted elsewhere, there really isn't a whole lot of options for resizing the image. So placement is key for the projector.
-Doesn't have any other sound/video option other than Universal I/O and HDMI. I don't rate this as a con because you should know it going in and the size honestly doesn't allow for a ton of options.
I gave it 5 stars due to the price coupled with the output the projector does at that price. The picture is crisp and clean and I honestly couldn't ask for anymore out of a $330 projector. It is also highly portable. The only "loose end" is the power cable not being universal but who cares.