Even tinier than the Pico is the Castrade CV-MP01. The mini-projector is 1.5 x 2.5 x 3-inches and weighs a mere 90g, and is perfect for travelers. Somehow they managed to pack in a 10 lumen LED light that is good for about 10,000 hours. With a 4:3 aspect ratio, it features a mono speaker with 200mW output and manual focus. So far it is only available in Japan for ¥25,000 (~$280.00.)
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Not even 24 hours after we found the 3M MPRO110, we discovered Adtec’s AD-MP15A. This mini-projector also uses LED as a light source for 20,000+ hours of usage and works with a/v equipment, laptops and cell phones. The device has 15 lumens of brightness and a 200:1 contrast ratio. At a size of 27 x 58 x 90mm and a weight of 147g, the pocket-sized projector features a built-in 0.3W mono speaker and runs on a Lithium-ion battery that is good for about 40 min. The AD-MP hits Japan’s shelves sometime this month for ¥39,800 (~$427.00.)
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We have shown you a few mini-projectors this year, including the minute Microvision SHOW. Now 3M has unveiled their MPRO110, a battery operated device that can project movies, photos or files. It is compatible with laptops, iPods, digital cameras and mutimedia cell phones with an extra cable. The MPRO features LED technology and can get up to 10,000 hours of use. At a size of 11 x 5 x 2cm, it can fit into your pocket or backpack. The projector carries a MSRP of around $359.00.
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Busy Honlai has another mini-projector to add to their line. On display at Computex Taipei 2008, the QingBar MP101 was built for the iPhone and iPod and doubles as a dock. At a size of 76 x 102 x 54mm, it features a screen size of 15 to 27-inches, a VGA resolution of 640 x 480 pixels with 16.7 million colors, a 2W speaker, and a 5W LED with a lamp life of over 20,000 hrs. Available in black or red, no word yet on price.
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