great sale, seller was great... product leaves MUCH to be desired... wish i'd researched more before grabbing...
Richard Dutton, Amazon
5 April 2013
Summary: first issue right off the top: no hdmi support, then doesn't support jack for formats, cant even get normal word files to work or pdf, even though it claims support for both... god forbid i get into the dance ive dealt with on file formats, even with i used the same codec used in their demo (by looking at the four-c code in the file), the video only plays sound... it seems that if a video is over 15 megs it wont work either, now try to find a h.264 under 15 megs ;) ).
Summary: I am pretty disappointed with this product, the display is so dim you need nothing short of a pitch black room to be able to use it and the settings are confusing. it is also poorly built and for 3M, a big disappointment. We have decided to keep it because my daughter says she has a use for it, but I have gone ahead and ordered an unknown brand that I hope will be brighter.
Summary: I had high hopes. I really needed a small projector that can display worksheets in limited light. 'This is not it' sorry to say. Just not enough lumens. It could work for projecting videos and Power Point presentation in dark (pitch black) rooms.
Summary: [...] The product, however, is not so great. The 3M MPro150 is convenient, small and portable. It is fine to carry, "just in case", but not adequate for a planned presentation. Although the screen can be seen in a dimly lit or dark room, it is just not bright enough. Additionally, the system appears unable to maintain truly crisp lettering.
Pros: Easy Interface, Small, Works with or without PC
Cons: Angle Sensitive, Letters not crisp, Visible but not bright
Summary: While LED pocket projectors are a good concept,they still don't hit the mark. The 3M MPro150 was a big disappointment for me. I bought this projector to use in my office to display documents and presentations during discussions, however even with all the lights extinguished (I have no external windows) performance was weak. The ambient light coming through my glass door window was enough to dim the output of the unit enough for it to be unreadable.
Summary: It's not worth much more than $20. The wire from the computer is stronger than the stand and projector together. I was embarased during my presentation when when the stiff connecting wire would flex and the lightweight projector would fall over. Image projected is very dim. Don't try projecting if there is any sunlight in the room. What good is a slim carry bag for just the projector if you have to carry all of the millions of cables and parts included in another case?
3M Pocket mPro 150 is not a product delivering what it said to be
F. LAU, Amazon
4 June 2010
Summary: Gadget for travel lite purpose and bedtime stories show and tell for kids. Don't expect to deliver crisp projected images or presentation in front of a small group. Use regular projector instead. Would not have purchased this item.