Each Miroir projector has its model number printed on the box (near the UPC) and on the bottom of the unit itself just beneath the Miroir logo.
Depending on your setup, you may not need a tripod at all. Miroir projectors can be used in hand, on table tops, on a stack of books, with a table top tripod or a standard tripod – its all a matter of preference. The tripod mounts on all the Miroir projectors will fit a standard […]
You can connect a laptop or computer with a VGA port to the projector but you will need to purchase a VGA to HDMI signal converter (sold separately). A VGA to HDMI signal converter will accept the VGA analog signal from your computer and will translate this signal into the digital HDMI output signal required […]
Video mirroring is showing the contents of one video display device on the screen of another device simultaneously. With our projectors, laptops, several newer model phones and tablets will automatically mirror their display with one of our projectors when connected. Devices that do not support video mirroring may still be compatible with one of our […]
A pico projector is an ultra-portable projector which is small enough to be handheld. This category of projectors is also often referred to as mini projectors, pocket projectors, or mobile projectors.
This article will cover connecting your Miroir MP60 or MP150M to the following devices: Samsung Galaxy Note®3 Samsung Galaxy Note II Setup The MP60 can be be connected to Samsung Galaxy and Samsung Note phones using the MHL cable (micro USB to HDMI cable) and the 5-to-11 pin adapter which are both included in the box. Powering […]