Miroir HD Pro Projector M220

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Miroir HD Pro Projector M220

M220 HD Pro Projector

Designed for use with iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and Apple TV, the Miroir HD Projector M220 delivers HD-quality projection for streaming, entertainment, or presentation purposes. Even better, it's small enough to fit in your briefcase or bag. The projector uses a long-lasting LED light source and is built with Texas Instrument's DLP IntelliBright technology, which provides a cinema-quality movie experience.

Texas Instruments DLP IntelliBright Technology

1280 by 720 (720p) native resolution

1080p maximum input resolution

Auto focus with vertical keystone adjustment +/- 40 degrees

USB-C input for video and charging; no HDMI adapter required with MacBook Pro

Viewable screen size from 20 to 100 inches

Built in lithium ion battery for approximately two hours of projecting time

Two built-in 2-watt speakers; audio out jack (3.5mm)

USB out port for charging your iPhone while presenting

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  • Overview

    Designed for use with iPhone*, iPad*, MacBook** and Apple TV, the Miroir HD Projector M220 delivers HD-quality projection for streaming, entertainment or presentation purposes. Even better, it's small enough to fit in your briefcase or bag. The projector also uses a long-lasting LED light source, which provides a cinema-quality movie experience.

    Highlights

    1280 by 720 (720p) native resolution

    1080p maximum input resolution

    Auto focus with vertical keystone adjustment +/- 40 degrees

    USB-C input for video and charging; no HDMI adapter required with MacBook Pro

    Viewable screen size from 50.8 to 254 cm (20 to 100 in.)

    Built in lithium ion battery for approximately two hours of projecting time

    Two built-in 2-watt speakers; audio out jack (3.5mm)

    USB out port for charging your iPhone whilst presenting

    What’s in the Box

    Miroir HD Pro Projector M220

    USB-C AC adapter/charger

    HDMI cable

    USB-C video/charging cable

    Micro HDMI adapter

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Brightness: Up to 400 lumens

    Connections: 3.5mm headphone jack, HDMI, USB-C

    Height: 2.8 cm/1.1 in.

    Length: 10.66 cm/4.2 in.

    Width: 17 cm/6.7 in.

    Weight: 367 g/12.96 oz.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: M220

    UPC or EAN No.: 6956597200689

    Warranty

    Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.

    Manufacturer Note

    *Requires an Apple Digital AV adapter - sold separately.

    **MacBook and MacBook Pro do not require a Digital AV adapter.

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  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Unusable for Primary Purpose

      I purchased this item, along with the recommended Lightning Digital AV Adapter, to watch movies in the backyard from my iPhone/iPad. At present it appears this I purchased this item, along with the recommended Lightning Digital AV Adapter, to watch movies in the backyard from my iPhone/iPad. At present it appears this is not possible - the picture works fine and is of a good quality, but the Projector will not correctly play the audio of the movie. After spending two days back and forth with Miroir 'support' and trying all of their suggestions with no real success: - Update the device firmware (not possible with this model, sigh) - Use a USB-C video cable (not possible when playing from iPhone / iPad) - Switch to 'English - Descriptive Audio' in the app settings - works, but of course now the audio being played has a narrative overlay that nobody wants to hear I'll be returning the unit. Honestly I'm surprised there is not more clear language on the product page to indicate that this unit is entirely unsuitable for this purpose, since I imagine it's a pretty common use case.

      • Written by Dave C from Santa Monica

      198 of 239 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Unusable for Primary Purpose

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Great Projector

      Being suspect of brightness, I had put off getting a portable projector. This week I picked up the Miroir Pro 220 at the Apple Store. I am greatly impressed a Being suspect of brightness, I had put off getting a portable projector. This week I picked up the Miroir Pro 220 at the Apple Store. I am greatly impressed and can't imagine there could be any improvement. Its picture is bright and well defined. The battery is long lived. I can see the unit is well built to stand up to travel bumps and bruises. Business presentations to date have been flawless. Very happy to have this tool in my bag as a road warrior. Unless you are trying to something unreasonable - project movies outside against a wall (really?) - this super unit will do most anything you need! Highly recommend!

      • Written by Richard S from Frostburg

      50 of 67 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great Projector

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      The best pico projector I’ve tried.

      I’m very happy with this projector. The image is sharp and bright, the autofocus works perfect and the size is great.

      • Written by Oscar S from Vina del Mar

      34 of 40 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?The best pico projector I’ve tried.

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Simple to use and set up

      I use this device with an iPad for evening/day class presentations at a local library for a class of about nine people. It gives a strong powerful image for a d I use this device with an iPad for evening/day class presentations at a local library for a class of about nine people. It gives a strong powerful image for a device of this size and is very portable. The setup is very simple with auto keystone and focusing. My only disappointment is that it doesn't support all video input, so I can't use it with Macbook Air (early 2015). Do check that it will work with your laptop/iPad. Yes you do need to dim the lights in the room, but I'd expect to do that with any projector including heavy duty ones.

      • Written by Joseph B from Edinburgh

      Is this review useful?Simple to use and set up

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Just disappointed

      I bought the Miroir HD pro primarily to use for work presentations as it's portable and easy to set up. Unfortunately if the office you're in doesn't have the I bought the Miroir HD pro primarily to use for work presentations as it's portable and easy to set up. Unfortunately if the office you're in doesn't have the ability to dim/turn off the lights the projector can't adjust sufficiently. It is disappointingly not suitable for a work presentation. It is fine for home use. I'd argue it's fair to suggest the ad on this website is rather misleading.

      • Written by Matt C from Marlow

      20 of 22 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Just disappointed

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Colour balance changes according to brightness of the scene.

      In some respects a great little projector. However I have one major problem with it. On Films & TV the colour balance changes according to the picture content, In some respects a great little projector. However I have one major problem with it. On Films & TV the colour balance changes according to the picture content, so if the camera pans from a bright area to a dark one, the colour balance changes noticeably from a slight blueish cast to a strong green/yellow tint. This also happens from cut to cut if the lighting is significantly different. I contacted Miroir support but they deny it is possible and claim it must be my source or my cables. But I have tried an iPad via a Apple Lightning to HDMI adapter, from my MacBook Pro via HDMI and USB-C cables and an Apple TV via HDMI, but I always get the same result.

      • Written by Tom M from Usk

      17 of 18 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Colour balance changes according to brightness of the scene.

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