The MPro150 is designed for those times when the screen of a laptop or iPhone just isn’t big enough. The device uses liquid-crystal-on-silicon technology to display images projected with a super-bright LED. With a cable, it can show presentations and videos directly from laptops, iPods, and iPhones. It can also play files preloaded into either a memory card or the projector’s one-gigabyte built-in memory.
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