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3M releases MPro150 Pocket Projector

3M's second generation MPro150 lets users deliver their PowerPoint presentations on the go without a laptop.

3M MPro150 Pocket Projector

The 3M MPro150 Pocket Projector has arrived, letting users give presentations without a laptop.

Weighing in at just 160g, the 130mmx60mmx24mm projector features 1GB of built-in flash storage and accepts microSD cards, so it can show pre-loaded presentations without being plugged into a laptop.

Thee 3M MPro150 works with Microsoft Office documents - including Word, PowerPoint and Excel files - as well as Adobe PDFs, images and video files.

It can project 15 lumens of brightness from 50in away and includes a pair of half-watt stereo speakers. As it uses an LED light, there's no bulb to replace, 3M said.

The tiny projector offers two hours of battery life - so users should try to keep their slide count below that level.

The MPro150 is available now for 349.99 including VAT.

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