Now here is yet another mobile projector that might be of interest to you, although of late, pico projectors tend to fail to excite the general market. After all, when was the last time that you actually saw someone making a presentation in some dark corner with a pico projector in tow? Yeah, that’s what I thought, too. Still, it somehow makes perfect sense to have a company like Dell release their own take on the pico projector market in the form of the Dell M110 Ultra Mobile Projector.
Touted to be a “portable media hub for home and office”, the Dell M110 Ultra Mobile Projector will tip the scales at a mere 0.8 lbs, where it will fit into the palm of your hand in a jiffy. Just like how mom used to tell you, do not judge a book by its cover – so the same goes for the Dell M110, don’t let the overall diminutive form factor fool you, as the Dell M110 Ultra Mobile Projector packs more than what meets the eye. It will come with VGA, HDMI and USB inputs, and there is also an optional wireless dongle so that you can hook it up to a notebook or smartphone sans wires.
1GB of internal flash memory is further augmented with a microSD memory card slot. Dell claims this works even in bright, ambient-light environments, so we will take their word for it at the moment. The LED lamp needs no replacement for up to 20,000 hours, now how about that? [Press Release]
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