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Micro Professional Projector MPRO110

by 3M

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  • 3M MPRO110 MPro110 Micro Professional Projector, 1280 x 768 Resolution, Silver/Black
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 8 x 3 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001IYDI6K
  • Item model number: 78-9236-7702-1
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2008

Product Description

Micro Professional Projector MPRO110

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Customer Reviews

It's just not bright enough even in a dark room.
Henry W. Link, Jr.
I'm very impressed with this projector, but I may be upgrading as the technology improves.
A. Perry
I have to turn most of them off, however, and the cord length is a real pain.
Joe Adams

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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Reviewer on April 17, 2009
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If you are considering the 3M MPRO110, my recommendation is that you fully understand your use and purpose as well as the limited capabilities of this product before you buy it. It is definitely NOT a replacement for the typical portable projector by any measure. It certainly looks impressive and is a very compact unit. It will suit the specific needs of some but generally does not compare well with the capabilities of other portable projectors.

In my situation I was only looking for a personal unit to use in my office in a darkened environment with a white projector screen and a laptop/notebook computer to display Windows WMV video files and Apple Quicktime MOV video files. It appears that the MPRO110 may meet my very minimal requirements since I will be the only one using it as a study aid. The picture at maximum distance, projects large enough (nearly as large as my 61" Sony rear projection TV) in my case, which may justify the use of the MPRO110. However what is displayed is not equivalent or even close to the original display output because the brightness and sharpness of the image are not sufficient for most purposes.

The good, the bad, the ugly:
1. The MPRO110 cable for PC/laptop/notebook connectivity is way TOO short and in my opinion should be at least 3ft-4ft in length.

2. The MPRO110 unit really does needs a stand or tripod to rest on at sufficient height to allow the greatest distance 1800mm (71") around 6ft, in order to achieve maximum picture size and to justify its actual use.

3. The MPRO110 power connector cable should have been at the back because it seems to keep pulling the unit off balance because of the short length of the VGA cable despite its own ability to swivel around at the contact point.
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154 of 164 people found the following review helpful By S. Schultz on October 30, 2008
I bought this just a week or two after it was released, after reading a couple of reviews that were in the secondary (not mainstream) media. These reviews must have been written by geeks who never have to actually present anything. They said they liked it. I am not sure why! Because it is small?--maybe, but other than that, it is useless. I can't imagine subjecting a group of more than one to try to look at the image. They would question why I did not just show it on my notebook computer. The largest image possible was about 28" and the larger the image, the fuzzier and the fainter the image.

Don't waste your money! The reason you would buy this is to do presentations on the road, where the portable nature of the unit makes it easy to transport. Sure--it is very small, but the output is absolutely terrible. Why would you want to show any product or presentation through a dirty lens? That's what it looks like. Its like trying to hold up a candle to a negative or slide and trying to view it. The resulting image is skewed, fuzzy, and, in many cases, unreadible. I had it hooked up to my notebook computer with a 13" display and I compared both images. Realize that I had darkened the room to almost black (which is hard to do in most business environments) and the image on my notebook computer was stunning compared to the 3M output. It was like a weak flashlight trying to light up a Powerpoint. Waste of money. I returned the same day it came in, and had a 15% restocking fee for the piece of junk. This is the first product that I knowingly bought made by 3M. It is an embarrassment and certainly will make me think twice about buying a 3M-branded product. Stick with conventional alternatives or use your notebook display. Pocket the $300-$400 and let it grow for 30 years.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Robert L. Bayliss on June 23, 2009
I have this and I still like it after about 80 hours of use.
As mentioned by others, the display is only VGA so you can't expect
laptop quality when projected 8 feet away. I actually use mine at up to 12 foot distance in a 80 to 90% darkened room.

The VGA cable is definitely a hassle due to it being only about 2 feet long and quite stiff. I'm looking for a replacement out of convenience rather than necessity.

If using a tripod, which I do and reccomend, I suggest, for stability you get the heaviest one you can. Mounting up on a tripod allows better cooling (there is no cooling fan) and that may convert to longer life since heat is notorious for slowly destroying electronics.

I've sampled 2 other brands and overall I'm still happy with this unit.

G'Day!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Joe Adams on February 12, 2009
I agree with both the good and the bad reviews. I bought this as part of a "road warrior office in a bag" kit that I put together. Everything I need (minus a printer) for less than 5 lbs. It's completely mobile. The projector is good, I can project a 36" PowerPoint slide show without turning off all the lights. I have to turn most of them off, however, and the cord length is a real pain. Jiggle the cable and the projector loses signal and needs a couple of minutes to reacquire the picture. What's worse is that there isn't a stand, so you end up building a platform out of books and coasters.

I recommend this projector to people who do small scale presentations in hotel rooms or customer's living rooms. It's better than having five people crowd around a laptop's screen, but it's nowhere near as nice as hooking into a big LCD monitor/TV
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