Long battery life.
Very small (5.12 x2.4x0.98).
Full suite of integrated software.
1GB of memory.
Includes RCA and VGA cords.
Exceptionally high audio volume.
Only projects in standard 4:3.
No image adjustment options.
Needs a very dark room to deliver best performance.
No remote control.
VGA cord is antiquated.
Icon-based menus are hard to understand.
By ITP.net on November 04, 2010
Best used as a business projector but given its high price, its lower-cost sibling is a better option....80
By Projectors at Projector Reviews on September 23, 2010
One thing I really liked was the bendable tripod stand. It was really easy to use and since it features a mount screw that is compatible with most digital cameras, you can use as double duty to take pictures with. And, what better platform to share...-
By TechSmart.co.za on August 27, 2010
The 3M MPro 150 pocket projector is an amazingly handy device for the executive on the road or if you simply want a useful little projector for watching movies on your wall. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, the MPro 150 should get the job...-
By LaptopMag on July 12, 2010
While this pico projector delivers a bright image and strong endurance, competing devices offer more...50
By Maximum PC on July 07, 2010
Your all-in-one presentation pal Pocket Projector is an apt label for 3M’s MPro150 video projector. It’s not only incredibly small, but it’s completely self-contained, too. All the software you need to display digital photos and...80
By PC Advisor on July 05, 2010
There are some great aspects to this solidly built projector. It's neat and compact and weighs only 155g. Its non-slip rubber coating makes it easy to grip and we like the fact you really can slip it into an inside jacket pocket to take out and...70
By ConsumerSearch on July 01, 2010
It's not the brightest projector, but decent image quality for one-on-one presentations or very small groups, coupled with lots of features and a reasonable price, has most experts pointing to the 3M MPro150 as the top choice among pico projectors....-
By GadgetReview on June 03, 2010
Is there a practical application to the portable projector? You bet your ass there is. But it all depends on who you are and what you’re doing.For the last few weeks I’ve been testing out 3M’s Mpro150 Pico Projector. It’s a...-
By HardwareZone.com on May 25, 2010
The newest kid on the block, the MPro150 impresses us, but yet still leaves us feeling that it is merely a hint of better things to come. With a rather steep price of $727, it is purely reserved for those who really need a portable projector, like...-
By GadgetSpeak on April 27, 2010
For those of you that were introduced to corporate presentations in the form of acetate slides and permanent markers things have come a long...92