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Dell M115HD

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the design and size. The image quality and usability are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Projectors the Dell M115HD is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Dell M115HD

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 user reviews of Dell M115HD from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Projectors on Amazon.com.

usability, size, image quality

value for money

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Dell M115HD Mobile LED Projector, WXGA 1280x800, HDMI USB Inputs, 1GB Internal Memory, 450 ANSI Lumens

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Dell M115HD

 

The Dell M115HD palmtop projector gets a boost in The Dell M115HD palmtop projector gets a boost in brightness over its predecessor, and has a good range of connection choices.

Tiny, lightweight, and highly portable. USB direct. Can run presentations from USB thumb drives and micro SD cards. Very long lamp life. Optional WiFi connectivity

Shows scaling artifacts at its claimed native resolution. Sub-par text quality. Notably feeble audio. Tinting in video

At a rated 450 lumens, the Dell M115HD palmtop projector gets a boost in brightness over the 300-lumen Dell M110, which it is replacing in Dell's lineup. It has a good range of connection choices for a micro-projector, and it's more compact than the...

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Dell M115HD

 

The Dell M115HD palmtop projector gets a boost in The Dell M115HD palmtop projector gets a boost in brightness over its predecessor, and has a good range of connection choices.

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Dell M115HD

 

We find out why Dell's compact digital projector is the perfect solution for tech-savvy photographers on the move.

We’re really impressed by the Dell M115HD. It might not be the most powerful projector on the market, but its 450 lumens LED bulb kicks out easily enough light for home use, even in large rooms. Colour and contrast fidelity are good, though there is a...

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Amasing

 

For small and quick presentation this is ideal. Many of my instructors and presenters are older and hate to carry a lot of extra gear. (some are not technically savvy) So this is a blessing for them!

Having to do presentations in awkward locations, this little beauty does the trick! Very clear and bright. Not really for big seminars but for a group of 10-20 this works fine. Can use different media, I prefer the Micro SC card as there is less to...

Unfortunately it doesn't come WITH the remote, you need to buy it from dell,( neither of the remotes that work with the projector have a built in laser pointer) nor does the very handy tripod that works much better than just the "screw type foot" built...

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Powerful

 

It's not something you'd take home to watch blu ray movies on or anything, but for a small conference room or a serial roadie presenter it's a must-have.

Knowing it was a micro-projector I was still taken aback by how small it is. Easily fits in the palm of my hand. Even more surprising is just how bright and vivid it is. I was projecting onto a wall 10 feet away and it was clear as a bell ; It also has...

The colors are a little muted, even if it is really bright ; From farther distances it is difficult to keep the entire image in focus. The edges are either slightly out of focus or the center is, but it's only noticable beyond 8-10 feet with a 70"...

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Almost perfect

 

Besides the obvious oversight in the firmware, this thing is amazing, and I think I've sold quite a few more to people that have seen it in use.

Tiny, feature packed, easy to use, surprisingly bright, amazing ; My biggest concern before I bought it was the brightness, but in practical use it's plenty. I was showing it off and was able to project a photo onto a wall 20' away with all the lights...

Doesn't have an option for flipping the display even though it is perfect for mounting on the ceiling. I was able to flip the display via Windows though, so it wasn't a major issue for me

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