3M’s New Device Redefines Capability and Portability

3M’s award-winning new device, the MPro150 has taken capability, compatibility, and portability to a level unparalleled in the industry. The incredibly powerful cordless device combines an impressive array of business tools and solutions in a uniquely small package.

3M MPro150

The innovative device’s list of features and capabilities includes:

  • Data storage (1GB internal, 2GB removable Micro SD card)
  • Image/video/audio support
  • Microsoft Word/PowerPoint/Excel file compatibility
  • Adobe PDF compatibility
  • Audio playback (2 half-watt speakers)
  • LED projector (8″-50″ diagonal image)
  • Inputs/Outputs: USB/VGA/Composite Video/Component Video/Audio Out
  • Rechargeable battery (90 mins per charge)

To top it all off, the MPro150 packs this bundle of features into a pocket-sized frame: 5.1″ x 0.9″ x 2.4″.

All the features in the world don’t mean a thing to consumers unless they provide solutions that meet their business needs. This device meets that standard of excellence, providing individuals with the capability to store, organize, and present a wide range of files and formats, including Microsoft Office products, Adobe PDF, and videos. Perhaps one of the most exciting features of the MPro150 is the device’s ability to connect to virtually any digital media source you desire. 3M boasts that the MPro150 can connect with PCs, DVD players, MP3 players, iPhones, digital cameras, and other cellular phones.

3M MPro150

This device has the potential to take an elevator pitch or a meeting proposal to the next level, providing visual and audio context to the spoken element of the presentation without the hassle of connecting to a ceiling-based projector, loading your PC/Mac, or leaving the room while you prepare your equipment. Imagine the young account manager whipping out the device during a meeting, sharing with his bosses the customer analysis chart that he has been working on all week that reveals a need for a change in strategy. Picture the architect and interior designer projecting their ideas onto the wall at the construction site, providing visual context to their partners. This instant-impact potential makes the MPro150 an exciting proposition for individuals throughout the workplace.

Is this device something you would consider purchasing at its current price of $395? How would you use it?

DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation in any form for this article, and I am in no way affiliated or associated with 3M or any of its subsidiaries.

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About Michael Dossett

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Posted on August 22, 2010, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. It looks cool. I don’t know that I would buy it though, I am not convinced I would use it all that often. But I do believe it has great use for some peoples, especially traveling salesmen.

    I’m surprised you didn’t give that example of a salesperson projecting something on the wall at an office or home.

    Cool article though, thanks for the heads up.

  2. Glad you liked it, James! I agree it would be extremely useful for salesmen who need a quick tool to get their foot in the door or a tool that has the potential to extend and enhance their pitch.

    Portable projectors are emerging as a new technology, even appearing in a smartphone available through Verizon.

  3. Richard Jonachet

    I love it. No question, I’d buy it. I never heard of it until right now, so that’s slightly disappointing for 3M. They need to promote this a bit more! I think it’s a hot product with great potential for success!

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