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Dell M110 Ultra-Portable Projector HDMI 1280x800 300 ANSI Lumens 10000:1

  • 1280 x 800
  • 300 ANSI Lumens
  • 10,000:1
  • 30" - 80"
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  • newegg Sized for travel Measuring in at a mere 4.09" wide, 4.14" long and 1.43" high (104mm x 105.3mm x 36.5mm), the M110 is sized to fit in your laptop bag, purse or the included carrying case. A weight of 0.8 lb +/- 0.05 lb (360g +/- 22.7g) makes you forget that it’s there. The 1GB internal flash memory and one built-in 1W speaker also add its mobility. Just grab the M110 and hit the road.
  • newegg Designed for performance Let your presentations shine, even in bright, ambient-light environments with the outstandingly bright 300 ANSI Lumens (max.). DLP and BrilliantColor technology deliver clarity and color accuracy, native WXGA (1280x800) resolution and 10,000:1 Typical (Full On/Full Off) contrast ratio means images are crisp and beautiful, and full support for 720p HD resolution means you can project your media with exceptional image clarity and richness of color. 1W built-in speaker makes your audio-visual presentation totally self-contained.
  • newegg Built for flexibility With VGA, HDMI and USB inputs, you can create multimedia presentations and run audio-visual applications from your digital camera, DVD or DVR player, video game console, and even from some mobile devices. (HDMI allows direct connection and projection from a variety of mobile devices such as laptops, netbooks and HDMI-enabled Android or iOS cell phones and tablets.)
  • newegg Connect wirelessly The optional wireless dongle (sold separately) enables wireless features, including the ability to connect the M110 to your laptop without cables, or project from your Android or iOS mobile device using the Dell Projectors app in the App Store or Android Market.
  • newegg PC-Free Presentation No computer? No problem. You can convert presentation files, such as PowerPoint files, into JPEG files, and store them on your USB flash drive for instant viewing directly from the projector. With the PtG2 Converter Lite software (available on support.dell.com), you can convert PowerPoint files to .ptg2 format, which can be projected from your iOS / Android smartphone/tablet wirelessly (Optional wireless dongle required) using the Dell Projectors app for download from App Store or Android Market.
  • newegg Long projection life The mercury-free LED technology in the M110 projector provides up to 20,000 hours (Normal Mode) of service and does not require LED/lamp/bulb replacement.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • R M.
  • 7/9/2013 10:30:10 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsStill Great After a Year of Use !

Pros: Still working perfectly for over a year.

Still small enough to fit on palm of your hand.

Still bright and sharp enough for slides or video on 50" - 60" screen in softly lit room.

Cons: Still has that tiny 1-watt speaker. The projector is only 4 inches by 4 inches so it's obvious it can't have a big powerful speaker !

Still has short power cord. You'll probably want an extension cord.

Other Thoughts: We've carted this tiny lightweight projector around in its carrying case to various meetings where we use it to show DVD movies, slideshows, or videos/photos from a USB flashdrive. We use a standard HDMI cable to connect the projector to our laptop, plus a Logitech Z305 stereo speaker (a slender "soundbar" speaker that clips onto your your laptop. This combination allows us to do presentations to a roomful of 30 or more people and everyone can see and hear OK. What more do you wanrt from a box this small ?

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  • Chad T.
  • 6/26/2013 8:01:04 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsNice travel projector for the money, but some issues.

Pros: Small and lightweight design. Image is bright and clear when properly adjusted. Supports VGA and HDMI input. Works well for dark or dim rooms.

Cons: (1) When I manually adjust the focus, the image is very clear, even at the maximum throw distance. However, the projector automatically changes the focus, so it's almost always slightly blurry (but not un-watchable). This is very annoying, because I have to stop the movie every 10 minutes to refocus. I haven't found any solution for this, and contacting dell is useless. The chat representative told me email/chat support is not allowed on this product, because it doesn't have an express service code, so I need to call. The trouble is I'm using the device overseas, so I can't afford a 40 minute hold time to speak to someone who will likely offer no solution. So I'm stuck. I told the chat representative this, and she basically told me, "sorry, then we can't help you, even though your device is still under warranty." What horrible customer support.

(2) The integrated media player has limited usefulness. I'm sure it's great for muted presentations or slideshows, but not for watching videos, because the sound output is way too low. If they thought to offer an audio out port, that would solve everything, but no such luck. So instead of plugging my USB drive into the projector, I have to dedicate my laptop to the projector for the duration of the movie.

(3) Only the center of the image can be perfectly focused. The further you get from the center, the blurrier the image becomes. I don't complain about this, because I expect that behavior when using the maximum throw distance, and you don't really notice it so much while watching movies.

Other Thoughts: I've used the projector 1-3 hours per night for the last nine (?) months. All in all, I'm still happy with the projector, but if I knew the problems going in, I wouldn't have bought it. Like I said, the focus is still quite watchable, but knowing the proper focus ~can~ be achieved, it's annoying to be forced to view a slightly out-of-focus image.

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  • Hector M.
  • 5/16/2013 10:42:42 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHome theater worthy!

Pros: I'm using this beauty for gaming on a two meter wide screen (~80"). Refresh rate, color gamut, contrast, brightness, this thing gets them all right. It is a really good alternative, often the *best* one on the current market.

Cons: No audio output port! It has a pair of cheap speakers, but no way of outputting that signal (as it might come from HDMI).

Other Thoughts: Originally I connected my X360 via HDMI, but then I was forced to use it's built-in speakers for audio. They work, but they're not good. So I'm now using a composite-to-HDMI converter to separate audio and video. Wish this thing had an audio-out port...

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  • Tyrone M.
  • 2/18/2013 2:47:01 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsBe aware, No audio out!

Pros: The projection clarity is better than Acer K330, in my opinion. Easy to use

Cons: No audio out. Meaning, if you cannot connect your speakers to it, no volume will ever come out.
Only audio in. Meaning, you can plug an audio device to it, but the projector itself is outputing sound from it's own speakers; which are terrible.

The speakers on this device M110, generally speaking sound similar if not worse than a $10 alarm clock radio.

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  • Joseph P.
  • 1/27/2013 3:48:41 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsgreat for price

Pros: Small, quite bright for being an led model. Great picture. Can be used with a tripod

Cons: the speaker is a joke...couldn't hear anything on it with hdmi. It sat a little crooked when placed on a desk or table.

Other Thoughts: I didnt not purchase the warranty, so I opened up the unit and removed the speaker. I soldered a 3.5mm audio jack in place of it, to enable audio output. Also, i used a camera tripod to balance it, and now it is a great piece of equptment. I. Use it daily.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/20/2013 10:50:27 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsDell M110 Mobile Projector

Pros: - cheap (I bought it for $399.99 with $20 Newegg Promotional Gift Card)
- portable
- HDMI support
- bright colors
- screen size
- 20,000 hours lamp life

- DELL M110 mobile projector is good for movie/home entertainment/presentation.

Cons: - could not focus images on the entire area
- no cap to protect the lens
- speaker is useless

- DELL M110 mobile projector is not recommended for web browsing/documents or any functions that has to do with text because of the focusing issue.

Other Thoughts: - haven't tried the USB/SD card function yet.

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  • Juntunen P.
  • 1/18/2013 11:22:53 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsLoud, hot, uneven picture

Pros: Small
Full HDMI port

Cons: Picture is uneven (Short on one size, taller on other)
Can't get all 4 corners in focus
Puts off a lot of heat
Fan(s) are loud.
No audio out

Other Thoughts: No amount of tinkering can get picture in focus or even dimensions. Displays a surprisingly bright picture, but that can't make up for a blurry picture.

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  • Bradley B.
  • 1/18/2013 1:20:37 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggs>17hrs Use = Flickering Colors?

Pros: - Small, portable, great for deployment... at least for one season of Spartacus and a hand full of movies at one or two sessions a night until it decides to stop working.

Cons: - $350 + $25 for APO shipping for 17 hours of use worth it? NO!
- Did I mention it stopped working properly after merely 17 hours of use at one to three hour sessions each night until then?
- Loud fans (didn't bother me when it worked)
- No simple lens cap to protect the lens while still being plugged in (I could unplug everything and put it back in the case after each session, but... no).
- Speaker is a waste of hardware space and money for the product (I used a pair of Bluetooth headphones instead).
- Glossy exterior attracts finger prints (doesn't bother me here)
- You cannot focus everything, there will always be a blurry area.
- 30 day replacement only, which is useless for me in Afghanistan, because it took 20 days to get to me. $375 down the drain. I'm pretty furious...
- Useless blinking blue light when in standby mode (manufacturers, I can tell when something is plugged in; I do not need a light to obnoxiously remind me every other second).

Other Thoughts: Whatever happened, it wasn't due to my faults. I set this thing up on a trip pod and I've left in that spot for about two weeks. I'd only used it for about one to three hours each night and it worked wonderfully. Around ten hours of use it started flickering the colors. I messed around with the settings and found that turning down the color temperature from the default 'high' to 'med' stopped this until last night. Now it flickers between red, blue, and green unless I turn the color temperature down to 'low,' but then it only displays blue and green colors. There's no red present at all. It's a paper weight for me now, I can't get a refund, I can't return it, and I highly doubt Dell is going to do a darn thing about it.

I take care of my things; I'm OCD as hell. I didn't knock it at all, I didn't drop it, I didn't leave it exposed to the elements, and I didn't overuse it. The information screen says it's been used for a total of 17 hours. I covered it up every night after I was done with a towel AFTER it had finished cooling itself off with the loud fans. It's just a faulty device, period.

I buy things highly based on their reviews, and did not expect this thing to malfunction this soon. I'm very disappointed...

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  • Claudia F.
  • 12/22/2012 5:32:09 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis is amazing. I would definitely recommend this product!

Pros: I bought this product with a very skeptical mindset and my skepticism totally subsided after the first time I used the product. Visually stunning picture from such a small device. I was worried the low lumen count but this thing is just as bright as my friends home theater projector. You cant have a billion lights on when you use it though but I don't see why you would need lights unless you are using it for business purposes. I tested it through my laptop and also through hdmi from my xbox with mirrors edge and halo 4. I was immensely satisfied with the picture quality in 1080p hd with an 80 inch display with perfect picture. If you're worried about fan noise its practically silent and even if the slight fan noise bothers you. You can turn in to eco mode and it only becomes a little dimmer but you hardly notice it. It has manual keystone correction which comes in handy if you need it. The many different visual modes are wonderful for video games and watching movies. I highly recommend this product to anyone who wants a portable projector that can basically coverage and visual projection needs you may have.

Cons: The only thing I was disappointed about with this product is that you cant focus all 4 corners perfectly so at least one side will be slightly blurry but it wasn't that bothersome.

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  • Robert L.
  • 12/17/2012 12:32:56 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsLED?

Pros: Size. Ease of use.

Cons: NOT LED like the listing/description states. NO Audio OUT.

Other Thoughts: Why on earth would this product be listed with the term "LED" in its title, and the words "high-resolution LED projection" in the product description when its has DLP projection? This unit is only equipped with a standard DLP bulb, NOT AN LED BULB. Shame.

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