Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2019
The screen doesn't stay "flat" -> when projecting you'll notice a bubble/warp in the screen even when extended to the most upright position. However, it's the only 40 in tabletop model I could find, and it is more stable than reviews would have led me to believe. A book on the back leg offers additionally stability. The non-flat screen isn't perfect but is workable for presentations. If using for movies I might recommending projecting slightly larger so that the edges/borders where a vertical line is obvious aren't noticeable. To retract, pull up then slowly push down. It doesn't "retract" automatically. Used a pocket projector in testing and I think it made a difference in quality of projection. I dunno if a new one would have had a flatter screen...was saving $4-$5 worth it? Afraid I can't answer that, but overall, I'd say it's workable and as far as I could tell, cosmetically and functionally otherwise, it's like new.
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