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3M MPRO 110 640 x 480 10 ANSI lumens Portable Projector

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  • 640 x 480
  • 10 ANSI lumens
  • 6" - 50"
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3M's MPro110 is designed to wow those who thought projectors could never be this small. This 0.35-pound projector is a perfect solution for sharing and presenting digital content from your phone, camera or gaming console while on the go. Featuring a VGA port, it offers full VGA resolution connectivity to a range of multimedia devices. Compact, lightweight and super mobile; get the 3M MPRO 110 in the palm of your hand for a productive journey!

  • newegg Ultra-portable Weighing only 0.35 lb. and measuring just 2" x 0.9" x 4.5", the compact, lightweight 3M MPRO 110 fits easily into your pocket or even the palm of your hand for the ultimate portability.
  • newegg LED Technology Utilizing high-performance LED with a lifespan of up to 10,000 hours, the 3M MPRO 110 delivers a 10 ANSI lumens of brightness and eliminates the hassle of replacing broken projector lamps.
  • newegg Expanded Connectivity With D-Sub and RCA Video inputs, the 3M MPRO 110 projects images from a variety of sources such as your laptop, DVD player, digital camera and more.

Learn more about the 3M MPRO 110

Model

Brand
3M
Model
MPRO 110
Cabinet Color
Silver/Black

Display

Brightness
10 ANSI lumens
Native Resolution
640 x 480
Aspect Ratio
4:3
Display Size
6" - 50"

Lamps & Accessories

Lamp
Lamp Type: LED

Connectivity

Input Video Compatibility
Analog RGB, Composite
Input Video Connectors
D-Sub, RCA Video

Convenience

Features
The MPro110 has an aspect ratio of 4:3 and a native resolution of 640 x 480 VGA
Turns any room into a projection room
Project video and photos from your video phone
Share videos and movies from your video camera
Create a spontaneous slide show from your digital camera
Projector your portable gaming console while on the road
Uses LED technology for up to 10,000 hours of operation
Fits in the palm of your hand
No noisy fans

Physical Spec

Dimensions
2" x 0.9" x 4.5"
Weight
0.35 lbs.

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  • Chris B.
  • 3/31/2010 7:00:20 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsHandy projector for portable means only

Pros: - Very portable.
- Decently bright when projected screen is less than 3 feet diagonally.
- Contrast Ratio seems pretty good, the blacks look black, the whites look white.

Cons: - Anything over 3 foot diagonally is extremely dim even in a pitch black surrounding.
- Text on any size bigger than 3 feet diagonally is entirely illegible using composite
- VGA input does NOT accept Y/Pb/Pr signals, so it's physically impossible to use this with a 360, PS3, Wii, etc using Component signal, unless you get a ~$100 converter box.
- Since it's so small, the cords (Power and Input) can extremely easily cause it to point another direction unintentionally.
- Gets REALLY hot (too hot to touch) after an hour and half of use.
- When the battery runs out, and it's in use with the DC Power Cord, the image downs form 10 lumens to maybe as low as 5 lumens until the battery is fully recharged again. This causes extreme frustration when trying to play a game.

Other Thoughts: I tested it with my PS3, Wii, and 360. I am not using it anymore, and went back to my regular SDTV. The only thing I will use it for from now on is using it in the car on a long trip to watch movies or shows via iPhone link cord I purchased.

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  • Stephen P.
  • 3/16/2010 3:38:12 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWARNING!!! Windows 7 users

Pros: Its a good projector, small solid, and works in most every way described.

Cons: It DOES NOT work on Windows 7!!!!!! 3m has discontinued the model and wont release a driver for it.

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  • Clayton N.
  • 3/4/2010 1:28:18 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood for specific uses

Pros: Bought this because I want to play rhythm games from old systems (DDR & Guitar Hero) but my LCD TV introduces too much lag in the upscaling process (480i->720p), so what is on screen doesn't match to the controls. I figured this being an older projector with a native 640x480 resolution that accepts 480i input, it would be lag free, and I was correct. Some people complained about the brightness on this, and I certainly wouldn't want to use it for an office presentation, but I think it will be fine for video and games in my home with the shades down. Fine print is tough to read, and the brightness really suffers if you make the screen size too large, but you can't expect perfection from a micro-projector. It isn't going to out-perform a standard size projector, but I think it will perform well for my old XBox and PS2 that can't output native HD resolutions to my HD TV. A small 15 minutes test seems to confirm that; Guitar Hero 1 had no lag, key presses/strums match up on screen.

Cons: 480p on the composite input would have been nice, but I'm not sure if you can do 480p on composite. -1 star for low brightness and a proprietary VGA cable/composite port. Seriously, if it was a quarter of an inch bigger, they could have used a regular VGA port and regular composite input.

Other Thoughts: Good for games & video. A little speaker would have been nice, but I won't deduct stars since it is so compact as is. VGA cable is very rigid, which may make it difficult to position the projector w/o a tripod, but I'm using composite anyway, so it doesn't affect me. I'm sure the newer version of this projector is better, but not for my needs. A higher res projector might introduce lag and affect the gaming.

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  • Gregory W.
  • 11/26/2009 7:19:50 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

2 out of 5 eggsNot bright enough to be useful

Pros: Very very small, cheap, portable. Good enough resolution for me.

Cons: I bought this with hopes of watching movies with it. Even with the room dark, the image is still hard to see.

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  • richard b.
  • 11/19/2009 2:12:35 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAmazing!!!

Pros: This pico projector is awesome! It's ridiculously small, yet can deliver a very good and clear picture up to 50 inches. I have been using mine to mostly watch movies and play my old Xbox games with it, and I get a great, large viewing screen utilizing very little space and cost. And the best part is that the LED will not burn out any time soon thanks to a 10k life expectancy.

Cons: The only real con about this projector is that yes, it isn't as bright and intense as one would expect a 40 - 50 lumens projector to be, (like it says, it doesn't get that bright) but as long as you have a good dark place, I can honestly say you really won't notice.

I also wish that 3M made a mounting bracket for this model, but you can either but one for a regular digital camera, or just make one yourself like I did.

Other Thoughts: This projector delivers a good, 50 " display with 480p rez, doesn't get ridiculously hot, and you can hook it up to any device that uses a standard VGA, or standard analog video output, and all for under 200 bucks!

If you realize what the devices limitations are, and aren't making board room presentation with it, or trying to replace a real home projector, then I'd say you could only do better by buying the new 3M model, which can display up to 720p, and is a few lumens brighter, which is something I will more than likely purchase given how much I liked this one.

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  • Fred F.
  • 11/2/2009 6:00:08 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsMaybe a Toy?

Pros: Kinda works with an older DELL Inspiron and the DELL Mini 9.

Cons: Even in a completely dark room the results are marginable. The picture only looks good if you get the size down a little, but then you can just look at your laptop screen, so what's the point? Light is also distributed around the picture and it reduces the contrast quite a bit. The picture looks "washed out" with not enough brightness and not enough contrast to be really usable.

Other Thoughts: This projector is is a gimmick at best; make sure you have a VGA monitor extension cable since the cable is very, very short. The unit gets pretty hot, but that seems to be normal.

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  • Sten T.
  • 10/13/2009 12:11:30 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsimmature product

Pros: How awesome is it to carry around a tiny, battery powered projector that's about the size of a cell phone?

Cons: When you consider this model has a 10-lumen output and 640x480 max resolution, not that awesome really. If you're going to use this, you have to be in a *really* dark room. Things like text stop being legible after about 25", and plain video gets to be painfully blurry after about 40". I'm in a one-TV household, and I thought that this might be fun as a second display for the Wii, but I really just can't get my apartment dark enough for the picture to be anything but mud.

There's a significant screen-door effect after about 40", and the image is curved in at the corners with no way to adjust it. I'd return the unit, but Newegg doesn't allow anything but exchanges for the same item with a refurb.

Other Thoughts: Even as cheap as this unit is, I find it very hard to justify the cost of the unit now that I've seen it work. I have high hopes for small LED projectors as a technology, but this unit isn't at all compelling.

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  • Eric P.
  • 10/11/2009 11:36:05 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggs3M MPro 110 cool but under spec

Pros: Small size, built in battery. Other things some consider cons, I consider pros: No built-in speakers (your laptop or phone or whatever has better speakers than anything possible on a pico projector), low light output (better battery life), no lens cover (one less thing to break and the lens is recessed anyway).

Cons: Limited supported resolutions. Funny VGA adapter cable has weak-looking connection to projector (kind of like the wide, flat Korean cell phone charger connectors). Battery has no second source for replacements (although it appears to be dimensions-contacts-voltage-chemistry identical to a widely available Panasonic camera battery.

Other Thoughts: Purchased it for use as a portable monitor when working on headless servers in the field. This is a natural application for pocket projectors since they don't have enough light output to handle group displays. It worked at my laptop's native resolution of 1280x768 and at 1024x768 (and I got very, very excited!), but when I hooked it up to my Linux servers I got a double disappointment. No support for 1280x1024 (which I should've known if I'd read the specs) and when I did the Ctl-Alt-F1 thing, the projection just went blank. Tried it on several different servers and on some Windows machines going full screen (Alt-Enter) from a DOS prompt. Same thing in every case. Black screen. Hmmm... Just checked the Windows box. It goes 720x400 (according to my big LCD display) in DOS full-screen mode. Who knew? I would have lost a bet that it was 640x480. Another case of "read the fine manual". 720x400 is not listed as a supported resolution. My bad!

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  • Pengjing X.
  • 9/8/2009 9:30:52 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: the MPro110 is a miniature marvel, in every sense of the word. Its footprint is smaller than that of an iPhone and its height from the table no more than a slim novella. Its weight is less than some of the beefier Windows smartphones we've seen – and its built-in 1,050mAh lithium ion battery means the only extra you need to carry with you (other than your laptop) is the VGA cable.

Cons: Perhaps unsurprisingly, the picture the 3M delivers doesn’t really bear comparison to that from a full-size, fixed position projector. The small on/off switch and focus wheel are not easy to handle.

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  • Peter P.
  • 9/4/2009 7:37:02 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent for what it is

Pros: Small and portable, its about the size of a candy bar, Picture was sharp and clear when hooked to the PC or Ipod, no noticeable screendoor effect, video is smooth, no noise, has screw hole for tripod mount on the bottom

Cons: Its not terribly bright (10 lumens, no surprise), There is some light leaking out from parts of the casing which creates a line a few inches outside the image, there are no controls other than a focusing knob, theres no cover for the lens aperture so it could be easily damaged, no speakers built in

Other Thoughts: So its got all the brightness of a flashlight of equal size, but for the size and price this is an amazing projector that comes with all the right accessories, it works well in a slightly dim room, and even better if you have a good screen to project it against, i used a piece of semigloss photo paper that increased its visibility significantly. Its a simple no frills projector that does the job well.

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