Superior image quality; long-lasting battery.
Longlasting battery, Superior image quality.
Compact pico projector with 640x480-pixel (VGA) resolution; integrated flip stand and tripod included; two integrated half-watt speakers; quiet operation; rechargeable battery delivers up to 4 hours of battery life; LED light source is rated at 20,000 ...
Remarkably small, pocket-friendly size. Cool, tactile design. Decent battery life. Good array of connectivity
Fits in a shirt pocket. Connects to computers and video sources. Rechargeable battery.
No internal memory or media player; slightly overscans image edges.
Slightly overscans image edges, No internal memory or media player
Adapter cable for Apple video-capable iPods and iPhones is an optional accessory (it isn't included); not terribly bright picture, particularly when you expand the screen size.
Picture severely lacking in brightness. Barely functional audio
Although brighter than the first-generation version, its still not very bright. Audio is barely loud enough to be usable.
By Skatter Tech on May 31, 2010
The MPro120 is admittedly a definite improvement over previous generation pocket projectors, which were bulkier, offered short battery life, and were even duller. However, I feel that the pico projector technology is still in early stages and lacks...-
By Macworld UK on April 26, 2010
Wow. It’s hard to believe this pocket-sized projector even exists; yet here it is sitting in the palm and beaming an image 1.27m across. Now that’s tiny by conventional projector standards, but it’s a boon to any road warrior who gives...60
By Macworld on March 15, 2010
All in all, the MPro120 is a solid performer with excellent image quality, outstanding battery life, and easy-to-use features. See more like this: projectors, iPod nano, iPhone, iPod nano, iPod touch, iPhone Recommend? 0 YES 0 NO 0 Comments Email...90
By PC Advisor on January 25, 2010
The 3M MPro120 is a solid performer with excellent image quality, outstanding battery life, and easy-to-use features. Richard Jantz...80
By CNET UK on January 22, 2010
Considering our low expectations of pico projectors, the 3M MPro120 isn't bad, but it really isn't bright enough for projecting images at larger sizes, and it should include an adaptor for iPods and iPhones...59
By PCWorld on January 22, 2010
The sleek 3M MPro120's bright and sharp images, easy-to-use features, and long-lasting battery earn it high marks....-
By cnet on January 12, 2010
When judged against the low expectations of pico projectors, the 3M MPro120 isn't bad, but it really isn't bright enough for projecting at larger sizes and it should include an adapter for Apple iPods and iPhones. Read full review See all...59
By Geeky Gadgets on December 13, 2009
Overall the 3M MPro120 Pocket Projector is impressive, we really liked it, and were impressed by it being able to project such large images for such a small device.If you are looking for a portable projector that is easy to carry around for...-
By Stuff.tv on November 21, 2009
A crowd-pleaser until you turn it on, the MPro120 is too hampered by its incredible form to produce a good picture...40
By ProjectorCentral on November 18, 2009
The MPro120's ability to connect to both computers and video sources, combined with its relatively bright image and reasonably long battery life, makes it a good choice for both business and personal use. Bring it on a business trip, and you can...91