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    TSR TP-100M Mini Pocket Sized Projector- Supports Native VGA and MP4

    TSR TP-100M Mini Pocket Sized ProjectorTechnologies and Systems Research Pte Ltd is bringing in the first Singapore designed and made Pico-projector – one of Singapore’s first mini pocket-size projector, a projector that weighs just 180g with the battery included. It is targeted at working professionals as well as students on the go, conveniently allowing them to make presentations and watch movies anywhere.

    The Pico-projector is currently the only projector which is capable of supporting the native computer VGA connection and the built-in video player supporting MP4 on a portable projector. It also has sufficient memory space for key presentations to be stored inside and played without attaching it to a computer if necessary.

    For now the mini projector comes in 1 model: the TP-100 M. This model comes with a VGA connector, 2-Step luminosity, built-in video player, quality stereo speakers and ultra-battery life. The projection technology which TSR is capable of now includes white LED and RGB LCos Panel. This means higher viewing quality and thus a better user experience. (

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