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Miroir pocket projector: Fun, practical, pricey

The Miroir MP60 pocket projector is a fun toy, if you don’t mind the $299 price tag.
by Richard Hall Published: June 24, 2014
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So, as you can see, the MP60 can work for a lot of different instances where a pocket (also called pico) projector is wanted or necessary.

Need to do a work presentation? It has you covered. Want to have a fun gaming session on a 60-inch display? It has you covered. Want to watch home videos while on a family road trip because the Motel 6’s channel lineup is horrible? It has you covered.

No bulb worries

The Miroir MP60 does what it’s supposed to do for a price that, while not cheap, is rather inexpensive considering the technology and footprint.

My favorite thing about the MP60 is it eliminates the worry about bulb life: When it comes to projectors, the lightbulb is the most common component that needs replacing. Bulb life varies from projector to projector, but others in the MP60’s price range have bulbs that last about 5,000 to 6,000 hours, and cost about $100 to replace. The MP60’s LED bulb lasts 20,000 hours, which is pretty incredible.

I never thought I’d grow fond of a pocket projector, but the Miroir MP60 took my heart. If I’d use it more often than “from time-to-time,” I could see it taking my money, too.

This is a good buy, so don’t hesitate if you’re in the market.

by Richard Hall
Newsroom Developer
Richard Hall is an award-winning newsroom developer, editor and blogger for NewsOK. He was born in Austin, Texas, spent his childhood in southern California and has lived in Norman since 1999. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2008.
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