Canon Releases MP250 Mini Projector with Wireless Technology

Canon Asia has launched a Canon MP250 Mini-Wireless Projector for portable presentations.

Canon MP250 is 12 x 12 x 3.3cm, so there is no space required to archive or use it. It's quite light with 407g. This projector operates wirelessly and does not require a wired connection.

This mini-projector can display up to 93 inches of images from 3 meters away for business presentations as well as your favorite movies and TV shows.

According to Monica Aryasetiawan, Executive Director, Canon's division of business, the Canon MP250 Mini Projector is small enough to meet the needs of highly mobile employees and is easy to carry anywhere.

Canon MP250 has 1.5GHz quad-core processors and 2GB SDRAM for smooth video playback when playing 4K video.

Processor performance is supported by the Android 7.1.2 operating system, so you don't need to connect to your computer to view presentation files or play movies first. The user simply needs to insert a flash drive through a USB port or Micro SD card slot.

The projector also has 4GB of internal memory that you can use to store frequently used office documents such as video, photos, and Word, PowerPoint, and PDF files.

Canon MP250 can be used without a keyboard and mouse, but if you want to use it as an external input, you can connect it directly through USB or Bluetooth.

The Canon MP250 with a 3100mAh battery is available for 2 hours at the 250lumens brightness level.

For long-term use of this projector, such as viewing a movie or presenting a long presentation, simply connect it to an AC adapter or use the USB charging feature to connect the projector to a power source.

This Canon mini-projector also has a built-in web browser and Wi-Fi connection and can be used to mirror through a smartphone or tablet.