[CES 2010] 3M’s MPro150 pocket projector ups the ante when it comes to highly portable projectors (we’re talking pocket-sized here), where it merges a host of applications into a single device that targets the businessperson who is always on-the-go. Equipped with 1GB internal memory, you can also augment that with a microSD memory card slot alongside USB connectivity. Apart from that, Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Power Point and Excel are also supported in addition to Adobe PDF, photos and video, letting you throw images of up to 50″ at 15 lumens brightness regardless where you are. Feeling bored on the move? The MPro150 also integrates MP3 playback as an additional option, where you can listen to it via a pair of headphones or through its integrated stereo speakers. Measuring around 5″ long, tipping the scales at 5.6 ounces. Available for pre-order online for $395, all orders will begin shipping from February onwards. Doesn’t seem as though the pico projector market is making huge strides, but rather still in its baby steps. How do you think it will all pan out?
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