This is the 20 "cup" , not the "plus" one. Ok I like it. I've only used it once, and the instructions are very sparse. It's about 1/2 the weight of an instant pot 6 quart, and a little smaller. The panel looks like the standard IP. I say 20 "cup" because the measuring cup they include is about 3/4 cup.
I made brown rice and added salt, pepper, cumin and parsely flakes to it, and set the "brown rice" setting. It displayed "on" and not the time, so I kept checking to see if I missed something lol. At 10 minutes left, it displayed the count-down.
There's a steam vent on top and no instructions on if you need to close it or leave it open. I opted to leave it open since it was in that position (it's not like the IP cooker vent, it's more like a disk with a hole on one side that you can push down).
Using the recommended amount of rice/water, the brown rice turned out very good. Slight chewy texture, separate and not sticky. I opened the lid and added a can of drained black beans and a little salsa, stirred that in, closed the lid and left it on "warm" for 30 minutes and everything was heated through when I checked it.
Bottom line: if you've mastered cooking rice in the IP or on the stove, it's not revolutionary.
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I am returning it, I was not impressed. (Mike would have said try it a few more times lol). Other than the fact it's much lighter, the IP does the same thing. The 20 cup plus model was more expensive than a 6 quart IP and has a saute mode, but since I have an IP, it's really not something I need cluttering my kitchen.