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The world’s smallest HDMI projector

Good things come in small sizes. The ultra compact Micro Projector from Merlin is the front-runner in the world of micro-projection, and with the ability to project in full HD you know that it packs a punch.


Don’t be fooled by the Merlin Micro Projectors diminutive size. This pint-sized projector is as powerful as they come, and with its ability to project Bluray and HD videos on a 50” screen, more compatible than most.

The Micro Projector can be hooked up to virtually any Smartphone, Tablet or gaming console through its Micro SD, HDMI or AV slots. Thanks to its 1850mAH li-polymer battery it can stay running for 100 min and can also be used as a back-up energy source.

Additional Information

In Depth Optical Technology LCOS Light Source RGB LED LED Lifetime 20,000 Hrs. Contrast/Aspect Ratio 120:1 / 16:9 Resolution 960 x 540 Pixel (Q1080p) Projection Size 12.7cm ~ 127cm (5" ~ 50") Brightness 12 Effective Lumens
Projection Sources MicroSD Card, Mini-HDMI, AV IN, USB Host
Card Slot MicroSD Card Supports up to 32GB
Photo Formats JPEG, BMP, GIF
Video Formats MP4, AVI, RMVB, 3GP
Audio Formats MP3, WMA
Battery Type 1850mAh Li-polymer rechargeable battery
Battery life Up to 100 min.
Power Consumption 4W
Dimensions 60 x 110 x 15 mm
Weight 120g

Micro Projector FAQ

Q) How many input it has?
A) Merlin Micro Projector came with AVI, HDMI input with 3.5mm audio output and user can also play Media via Micro SD and USB flash drive.
Q) What if the projecting image is too blurry?
A) Adjust the focus by using focus wheel and Check if the projection lens is clean or not, clean it if dirty.
Q) The temperature of the projector’s surface is warm?
A) It is normal for this projector to generate moderate heat during operation.
Q) The projector does not work when connecting to a notebook PC?
A) Check if the HDMI cable is plugged correctly or it has enough charge and Make sure the PC has been connected to projector display.
Q) How can I know My device is MHL enabled or not?
A) Below is the link to check the MHL supported devices.

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