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The boxy, black design easily slips into any bag.
The M109S looks like a full-sized projector that met a shrink-ray. The darling, fist-sized unit can pack along anywhere. Even with the modest-sized power adapter--about the same volume as the entire projector--the device can fit in the corner of a laptop bag.
858x600-pixel images look fairly good through the VGA or composite cable. However, the LED light source lacks the brightness of a traditional bulb. (But it’s rated to outlast that technology, working up to 10,000 hours.) In a lit room, we could barely make out video thrown larger than 3 feet, since the image dims with size. However, presentations with simple graphics looked better, and the screen was much more legible with the lights dimmed.
In a dark room, the M109S gives a better, clearer range of colors, although it still can lack sharpness. Even with 4- or 5-feet images, it carries enough brightness.
You’ll have to darken the room, but the M109S provides a good balance between size and clear, bright images.
REQUIREMENTS: Video source with RCA composite or VGA output
Small size fits in any bag. VGA port and composite-in. Long-lasting LED light source. Clear images, especially in dimmed light. Low fan noise.
Less color and clarity than a bulb-based projector. Touchy touch-sensitive buttons. Requires dimmed lighting for clear video.