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Highly mobile (barely weighs one pound), 10,000 hours of LED light.
Highly mobile and barely weighs one pound; 10,000 hours of LED light.
Small size fits in any bag. VGA port and composite-in. Long-lasting LED light source. Clear images, especially in dimmed light. Low fan noise.
Seriously tiny and has novelty appeal; very light at 360g; easy to set up and use; auto keystone adjustment; super-long lamp life; low running cost; environmentally-friendly.
Highly portable. LED light source with 10,000-hour life.
Very small and light, Fast warm-up and cooldown times, Uses same AC adapter as Dell laptops
This mini projector can only use a Dellspecific cable.
Very low brightness (50 lumens), Comparatively expensive
Very low brightness; bare bones feature set; touch-sensitive control buttons are very small and makes navigating the on-screen menus difficult.
Less color and clarity than a bulbbased projector. Touchy touchsensitive buttons. Requires dimmed lighting for clear video.
No remote. Hard-to-use control panel.
Requires dark environment, Difficult to press buttons on projector’s top panel, Nonstandard native resolution
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
Overall, this projector does what is intended without any fancy...
By PCWorld on October 28, 2009
The tiny Dell M109S ($449 as of 8/7/09) is a palm-size LED projector with a low brightness rating of only 50 lumens, which makes it best suited for very small groups in dark or dimly lit conference rooms. Weighing just 12.8 ounces, the M109S is the...
By Macworld on October 22, 2009
All in all, its difficult to recommend Dells M109S for mobile presentations when for just a few dollars more you can have a slightly larger LED projector thats twice as bright, provides better image quality, and has more features...
By Good Gear Guide on October 09, 2009
The tiny Dell M109S is a palm-size LED projector with a low brightness rating of only 50 lumens, which makes it best suited for very small groups in dark or dimly lit conference rooms....
By PC Advisor on October 07, 2009
All in all, it's difficult to recommend the Dell M109S for mobile presentations when for just a few pounds more you can have a slightly larger LED projector - the BenQ Joybee GP1 - that's twice as bright, provides better image quality, and has...
By Business Computing World on August 20, 2009
Do you remember the old days when your office used paper charts and a whiteboard? Or how about the days when you had to huddle your clients around a laptop to view a PowerPoint presentation? Thankfully, those days are long gone. Computer projectors,...
By Mac|Life on May 11, 2009
Youll have to darken the room, but the M109S provides a good balance between size and clear, bright images.M109S...
By AsiaOne on May 08, 2009
A palm-sized projector with decent image quality but the low brightness level limits it to close viewing for a small...
By Sydney Morning Herald on April 14, 2009
Making a pitch or showcasing your work to a client? A laptops screen is sufficient for two to share but three is definitely a crowd. Thats when youd dim the lights, draw the blinds and pull Dells M109S ultra-portable projector out of your laptop...
By HardwareZone.com on March 31, 2009
The M109S isn't perfect though, we found that the brightness isn't uniform throughout the entire image, although you'll hardly notice it unless you were looking for it. And since there's no tripod mount or adjustable stand, you have to...
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