One gets a full size HDMI port with MHL support (cable included in price), full size USB port, microSD slot and a universal I/O port to connect with external audio devices.

The device is easy to set up and run. The USB port would obviously be the best bet when you are on the move. But this works better with documents and photographs.

There are a few issues as well. It does not have a D-sub (VGA) port, so it will not work with older notebooks that lack an HDMI port. The projector also tends to heat up very quickly. The device can’t recognize a whole lot of video formats. However, it can open most common document formats like .doc and .pdf.

Acer K135 is priced at Rs 44,999.

Specifications: DLP + LED projector, 500 lumens brightness, 1,280 x 800 pixels resolution, 10,000:1 contrast ratio, HDMI, microSD, USB slot, 2W speaker, 430 grams