Summary: Comments about 3M MPRO110: I tried to use the projector in my classroom, which is VERY small & this product was useless. A waste of [$]!! When the projector did work, it projected a very dark dim image, even when using bright white, boring backgrounds on a Power Point Presentation.
Cons: Blurry Display, Hard To Use, Projects dark dim images
Summary: In early August, 2009, my wife bought me a 3M MPR0110 Micro Professional Projector for $205.98. I returned it to Amazon almost immediately for the following reasons: 1. I tried to get it to work with two different laptops and could never get them to recognize the device. 2.
Summary: I bought this today and will return it tomorrow. It is basically useless because the image is horrific and the length of the cords make it even more useless. Nice idea but I would say it is about 5 generations away from being anything that is actually useful. Total waste of $.
Summary: I agree with both the good and the bad reviews. I bought this as part of a "road warrior office in a bag" kit that I put together. Everything I need (minus a printer) for less than 5 lbs. It's completely mobile.
Summary: I was extremely impressed with this tiny projector. As with any other novel piece of technology, I expect that there will be many advances and improvements in the next few years. That said, this is a great starting point.
Summary: I bought this just a week or two after it was released, after reading a couple of reviews that were in the secondary (not mainstream) media. These reviews must have been written by geeks who never have to actually present anything. They said they liked it. I am not sure why!
Summary: Easy to setup and install. This is a great travel projector, I found it worked great against a 3x4' screen or white wall. With lights dimmed easy to see details. You can carry it in your coat pocket, just plug into usb port and point.
Summary: I have this and I still like it after about 80 hours of use. As mentioned by others, the display is only VGA so you can't expect laptop quality when projected 8 feet away. I actually use mine at up to 12 foot distance in a 80 to 90% darkened room.