Dell Mini Portable Projector M110 Review [India]

by abhishek bhatnagar on April 16, 2012

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Normally we review mobile phones, but this was the first time we got a mini projector Dell Mini M110, which was interesting enough for review, it was so small that it could fit into the palm of your hand weigh less than 1 kg and as power like a full fledged presenter as it has a 1280×800 native resolution, 300 Lumens brightness and projection distance is .97 meters to 2.58 meters for a clear.

Dell Mini Portable Projector M110 Review [India]

You can project any clear wall with light colors to see the display being projected with this mini projector, when it comes to connectivity options it has VGA, HDMI, USB, Micro-SD card reader with in the projector so that you can easily play a video or see a slideshow of the pictures of your camera memory card.

Apart from this Dell Mini M110 has 1GB Internal memory and 1 Watt Speaker which will provide you sound as well, so when you have content playing on this projector you actually need nothing else as an extra setup in terms of speakers to enjoy the content you are displaying with Dell Mini M110.

Dell Mini M110 Portable Enough? 

Talking about the portability aspect of Dell Mini M110

  • Sized for travel: Take your show on the road with this ultra-portable, ultra-mobile projector, small enough to stow in your laptop bag and so light you’ll forget that it’s there.
  • Designed for performance: Bring your most vibrant presentations to life with bright, crisp, high-resolution LED projection, built-in speaker and optional HD.
  • Built for flexibility: Put it all on the big screen with optional wireless connection1 or HDMI input from an array of media sources, including DVRs, Blu-ray DiscTM  players, video game consoles, and even some mobile devices.


Dell Mini M110 Features

  • Sized for the road: Measuring in at a mere 4.09" wide, 4.14" long and 1.43" high (104mm x 105.3mm x 36.5mm), the M110 is sized to fit in your laptop bag, purse or the included carrying case.
  • Extremely Light: With a weight of 0.8 lb +/- 0.05 lb (360g +/- 22.7g), it’s so light you’ll barely even notice you’re carrying it.
  • Media to go: With 1GB internal Flash memory2, the M110 can store your media with ease for grab-and-go mobility.
  • A sound choice: A built-in 1W speaker means your audio-visual presentation is totally self-contained. Just grab the M110 and hit the road.
  • Be well rounded: Add optional accessories like the wireless dongle, miniature height-adjustable tripod and credit card-sized remote control and run your presentations like a pro.

During our review, we tested the projector to display many things including playing video, below are photos we took during our review they might help you to know more how does the projector display look like in real.

The size and illumination of the projector display was big enough to play a HD movie on or a presentation as well.

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On the top it has hard touch button for previous, next play and pause which can be used while playing a video or pictures slideshow.

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Below is the pictures of ports connectivity which was on the back side of the projector.

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Below picture tells you about the specs and certifications the projector has cleared.

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Front side picture, yes the projector lens is easily adjustable for zoom in or zoom out.

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The internal interface of the projector when you try to play media from a USB Pen Drive or Memory Card

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Picture taken while playing a video from a USB Flash drive plugged into the projector

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Conclusion

As per our review, we found the Dell Mini M110 good enough for both home and office use, with the stunning, crisp and clear display it does the job pretty well and suitable for travel because of it mini form factor which makes it easy to carry.

Price and Availability of Dell Mini M110

Dell Mini M110 is available on dell stores across india and other electronic stores like Chroma, it comes at a price of Rs. 33000 which may sound costly, but that’s the way it is, I hope some day projectors get cheap enough considering the price sensitive indian market.

abhishek bhatnagar

I love to write about latest technology gadgets and smartphones and tablets. I play around with technology and try to learn and express my views on the same. You can connect with me at twitter or on google+ profile or know me more on www.abhishekbhatnagar.com

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