At Dell, we’re determined to deliver products that are thin and powerful… and we’re not just talking about laptops. We understand that even the most seemingly basic devices can have a big impact on your productivity. That’s why we’re happy to introduce the Dell M110 Ultra Mobile Projector. More than just a projector, the M110 is truly a portable media hub for home and office.
Though M110 easily fits in the palm of your hand and weighs less than a pound (.8lbs), don’t be deceived by its tiny package. The M110 Ultra Mobile Projector comes packed with user friendly features such as:
Completely connected: With VGA, HDMI and USB inputs, you can create multimedia presentations and run audio-visual applications from your digital camera, DVD or DVR player, video game console, and even from some mobile devices. Add the optional wireless dongle and you can connect to your laptop or smartphone without cables.
Media to go: With 1GB internal Flash memory and Micro SD card reader, the M110 can store your media with ease for grab-and-go mobility – no more having to worry about connectivity to your laptop
A sound choice: A built-in 1W speaker means your audio-visual presentation is totally self-contained.
Well rounded options: Add optional accessories like the wireless dongle, miniature height-adjustable tripod and credit card-sized remote control and run your presentations like a pro.
Not only is the M110 equipped with intuitive features, it makes your presentation, photos and videos look good. The M110 lights up the room, even in bright, ambient-light environments. DLP and BrilliantColor as well as support for HD technology deliver clarity and colors accuracy so images are crisp and beautiful. In addition, the mercury-free LED technology in the M110 projector provides up to 20,000 hours of service without the need for LED lamp or bulb replacement.
Of course, don’t take our word for it. Check out the M110 and let us know what you think.
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I have had an opportunity to work and play with the Dell M110, and I love it. As Dell employee, I have used it in impromtu meetings, and as a tech geek I checked out the ability to connect my tablet to it to play a movie. :-)