Build quality looks questionable, though for the price it's not too unreasonable.
I suspect there will be many deficiencies with this unit, especially with the claim of 15 watts.
Exactly--looks very amateur --like a home built toy LPM--the large LCD especially is silly looking on that msmall box and not installed particularly cleanly
It might be a good unit however. Will be interesting to hear/see how accurate it is over a 0 to 15W range with all wavelengths
the Hyperions have been tested & proven.. $150 reads ~20W-but you can get a $75 version (MUST be the correct version) and later easily upgrade to 20W for a second $75..(no need to send your LPM anywhere BTW)
PM if you have more questions
Hak: I think you are confusing the Hyperion with the the new hand held portable LPM laserpointer store is offering. Why anyone would need or want such a thing if the had a good LPM already, is another story.