3M Streaming Projector launched
When one talks about the name ‘3M’, what comes across your mind? I clearly remember that my very first “proper” mouse pad that I used for gaming was the 3M Precise Mousing Surface which cost a poor student like me a fair amount more than a decade ago, while I looked on enviously at the Razer Pads that my better off friends were able to afford. Thankfully, that did not mean I lost automatically in a Quake duel, since there is the skill factor to take into consideration. Well, 3M has come up with something totally different from a Mousing Surface this time around, but rather, they have introduced the 3M Streaming Projector which will rely on the spanking new Roku Streaming Stick to get the job done.
In a nutshell, the 3M Streaming Projector delivers access to hundreds of channels from practically anywhere, where you are able to enjoy the big-screen movie experience right there and then in the comfort of your living room. 3M and Roku’s partnership has resulted in a truly unique and affordable entertainment experience, touting it to be the first of its kind in the world. You can now share your favorite videos or even stream a movie from online, sharing the instant cinema big-screen viewing experience anywhere as long as there is a decent Wi-Fi connection in place.
The 3M Streaming Projector is tiny enough to fit in your hand, but it is also able to project an image up to 120 inches across diagonally, making it ideal for family movie nights, sleepovers and evening backyard parties. You will not be able to finish watching the Titanic or any of the Lord of the Rings episodes without hooking this up to a nearby power outlet as it has a maximum battery life of only two hours and 45 minutes.
The 3M Streaming Projector is already up for pre-order over at Amazon.com for $299 a pop, which is quite a decent price point.