New 3M MPro150 Pocket Projector Appears At CES 2010
3M unveiled the new MPro150 Poket Projector at the CES 2010. The 3M Pro150 includes 1GB internal memory, a micro SD card slot and a USB input for transferring files from a laptop or netbook, eliminating the necessity of a pass-through device and allowing entire presentations to be pre-loaded onto the projector itself. microsoft office applications power point and excel as well adobe pdf photos video allowing user to project images up at lumens brightness in either boardroom or break room.>
The MPro150 has an integrated MP3 player and headphone jack.
The lightweight MPro150 is just over 5 inches long and weighs a mere 5.6 ounces. It is now available for pre-order from Amazon.com for $385.
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