Cheap enough that's for sure. No laser pointer on it?
If you want a laser pointer, you can pay $10 more and get a laser pointer:http://www.harborfreight.com/infrared-thermometer-93984.html
I used the Fluke laser pointer gun for years ($100). Had one of these little guys kicking around in my garage ($40 version). I used it to read the engine temperature of my gas powered remote control truck. The little IR thermometer never got used in the garage, so I tossed it into my appliance toolbox. After using it for a while, I realized I didn't need a laser pointer! I completely stopped using the Fluke IR gun. The IR gun sat in in my truck for years.
I can shoot temperatures just as well with this little thing. I don't need precision to shoot the temp in the fridge, freezer, or the inside of a duct. It is always in my toolbox ready to go. Batteries last forever. I actually prefer this over the IR laser guns.
The only time you need the laser pointer is if you are shooting temp far away, like across a room, or if you are collecting data for scientific reasons. When you are practically standing inside the appliance you are taking the temp on, and you just need to get a feel for what the temp is, the pointer is pointless.
The only downside is they are so small, I loose one a year or so. . . . but then I lost Fluke in spite of it's big size.
You can pay more for this little IR thermometer. Harbor freight has the best price. Our local parts supplier wants $29.95 for the exact same Cen-Tech tool that Harbor Freight gets $11 for.