Smaller than the Aiptek, the Mpro comes with a power adapter, an AV cable kit and a VGA cable. The unit measures 0.9 x 4.5 x 2.0 inches and weighs 5.6 ounces. It is slightly bigger than the Optoma, but that is not the problem at all. However the fact that there is no speaker, no memory card slot or internal memory is unfortunate, as it becomes a product that can’t stand on its own.
To connect to a video source you have either a VGA or a composite connection. We strongly recommend using VGA for a better signal and less video noise (parasite pixels). The Mpro is the only one of the 3 projectors to offer VGA and despite this, it is the one that comes in last in our tests. There are four reasons for this. The image is washed out and appears muted. Moreover it is deformed in the corners (check out the Aiptek test to see how that works). The composite connection is unsatisfying with much noise on the images. Finally, the maximum size of the image is restricted by the focus. At 1,5 m the focus is fragile and beyond 1,8 m, plain bad, with blurry images impossible to correct.
However for a travelling businessman this is the perfect product. Who needs striking colours for a PowerPoint presentation? What comes really handy in this case is VGA that allows crisp images directly from the laptop.