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3M MPro 120


$350.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Built in battery for use on the go (2-4 hours). Affordable price. VGA port, composite and female-to-male RCA adapters allow for wide compatibility with most devices.

The Cons:Low 640 x 480px resolution - only good enough for basic presentations & websites. Low light rating - poor in good light. Poor speaker quality - non-existent bass.

The 3M MPro 120 is a pocket projector capable of projecting images from 8 to 50 inches away. The general consensus is that the MPro 120 can produce a brighter and more colorful image compared to its predecessor, the MPro 110.

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The MPro 120 features an energy-efficient LED technology at 12 lumens, which can output images for a total of 20,000 lifetime hours at 640 x 480 resolution. The MPro 120 also features built-in sound and a battery that will typically last between 2 and 4 hours depending on usage. The MPro 120‘s VGA port, Composite adapter and Female-to-male RCA converter allow users to connect just about any modern device to this portable projector. A small tripod and a built-in flip-down stand are also included for aiming the devices’ projected image.

Features

  • LED projector: 20,000 hour lamp life
  • 12 lumens
  • 640 x 480 resolution
  • Built-in battery (2-4 hours life)
  • VGA port
  • Composite adapter
  • Female-to-male RCA converter
  • Tripod included
  • Built-in flip-down stand

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Pros
  • 3

    built in battery for use on the go (2-4 hours)

  • 3

    affordable price

  • 3

    VGA port, composite and female-to-male RCA adapters allow for wide compatibility with most devices

  • 3

    energy efficient, long lasting LED light source

  • 3

    built in stand

  • 3

    lightweight and compact - can fit in your pocket

  • 3

    good improvement over the first generation offering (MPro 110)

  • 1

    stereo speakers

  • 1

    Reliable Company, not a cheap no-name knock-off

Cons
  • 1

    low 640 x 480px resolution - only good enough for basic presentations & websites

  • 1

    low light rating - poor in good light

  • 1

    poor speaker quality - non-existent bass

  • 1

    one of the first devices in a new niche product category - expected to be out-preformed / out-priced in no time

  • 0

    No angle adjustment

  • 0

    Very poor instruction manual

  • -1

    more expensive than similar competing products

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