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Optoma ML750 WXGA 700 Lumen 3D Ready Portable DLP LED Projector with MHL Enabled HDMI Port

4.4 out of 5 stars 198 customer reviews
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700 Lumens
  • Incredibly light and small. Unbelievably powerful and bright
  • PC Free presentations with built-in Office Viewer
  • Present directly from your mobile device - HDMI/MHL connectivity
  • Wireless presentation capability via optional adapter
  • Powerful LED light source means no lamps to replace
  • Brightness : 700 lumens (LED) Throw Ratio : 1.5:1
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Style: 700 Lumens
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Product Description

Style: 700 Lumens

Present your best wherever you go with the ultra-compact Optoma ML750 portable LED projector. The power and performance of a full sized projector on the palm of your hand. Delivering an impressive 700 ANSI lumens and 10,000:1 contrast ratio, with razor sharp focus and magnificent color accuracy. The Optoma ML750 will make your presentations more impactful than ever before. Designed for traveling professionals, the palm-sized Optoma ML750 weighs less than one pound. Has built-in Media player and Office Viewer for completely PC-Free presentations. HDMI and MHL connectivity for direct from mobile device presentations. Its LED light source is rated to last over 20,000 hours so you can present with confidence. Never a bulb to buy or replace.

Product Information

Style:700 Lumens
Product Dimensions 4.1 x 4.2 x 1.5 inches
Item Weight 14.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer OPTOMA TECHNOLOGY
ASIN B00GGGQHG8
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Item model number ML750
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4.4 out of 5 stars 198 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Date first available at Amazon.com November 1, 2013

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ML550 ML750 ML750ST
Brightness (lumens) 500 ANSI 700 ANSI 700 ANSI
Contrast (full on/off) 10,000:1 10,000:1 20,000:1
Lens Type Standard Standard Short Throw
Throw Dist (feet) 1.8 - 10.7 1.8 - 10.6 1.4 - 11.3
Image Size (inches) 17.0 - 100.9 17.0 - 100.0 24.8 - 199.9
Lamp Type LED LED LED
Lamp Life (hours) 20,000 20,000 20,000
Native Resolution 1280 x 800 1280 x 800 1280 x 800
Aspect Ratio 16:10 (WXGA) 16:10 (WXGA) 16:10 (WXGA)
Digital Input HDMI / MHL HDMI / MHL HDMI / MHL

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Style Name: 700 Lumens Verified Purchase
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I was originally looking at a pocket projector when I saw them at brookstone under their own name. The ones they had worked reasonably well up to 60" in a very dark area. I did a little more research and found they just came out with a newer model that is 300lumens, and saw it up close, and it works much better, then I did a little internet research and found there are a LOT of choices in the 300-400 lumen range. Then I found this optoma projector, and saw it was available in 500 and 700 lumens which is unheard of for a pocket projector. Unsure of what I really needed, I decided to play it safe and order the 700 lumen model. Picture quality is amazing, projects 50-60" in a brightly lit room, and 100-120" in a dark room, HD quality picture. Also has a built in media player where you can throw a bunch of DivX movies on a microSD card and it will play them completely standalone without a PC. Colors are very rich, and despite other reviews, in "cinema mode" colors are pretty accurate. I probably could have gotten away with the 500lumen version, but I am VERY happy with this projector. I also run this from a portable lithium battery pack, and can watch full length movies on a battery charge.

Update: I also got an ML1000p and have compared these projectors side by side in terms of physical size (I made a neat video to show how similar in size they REALLY are) and picture quality. Aside from a slight increase in brightness over the ML750, the ML1000p has MUCH better looking colors. There is also no major shift in focus on the ML1000p as the projector warms up that is noticeable on the ML750. The touchpad on the ML1000p is gesture based and can be a little annoying when compared with the conventional buttons on the ML750.
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Style Name: 500 Lumens Verified Purchase
Purchased this when no reviews were available on Amazon or the wider web so took a bit of a risk. I had an old optoma which claimed 3000 lumens, so I was a little concerned this unit wouldn't be bright. In fact, It's amazing.

Things I love:

* Tiny, literally, it's a true micro projector. Fits in palm of hand.
* Very bright, widescreen display, even at 4m in a light room. Incredible given size of projector.
* Easy setup and remote for keystone etc.
* High quality color and great constrast ratio

Things I don't love:

* It has a couple of small fans which create a high pitched sound all the time, to varying levels (depending on screen mode). During quieter parts in movies or TV it's noticeable.

Overall, this projector creates an incredible display from a tiny package and I'd highly recommend it to anyone in a smaller room or who travels a lot.
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Style Name: 700 Lumens Verified Purchase
The Optoma ML750 700 lumen 3D portable LED projector is an amazing piece of technology. The first impression out of the box is how small it is and how light it is. The projector comes with a very nice travel zip-up bag with the Optoma logo on it, a small power supply that comes apart at the power box so it is a total of 2 cords. A universal in to VGA out with an audio in. Even if you don't use this to connect to a computer you can plug in universal and bring audio in. The last thing is a very nice controller which has all the functions that you can use on the machine. I also bought a Sunpak SPK620786 5-Inch Flex Leg Mini-Spider Tripod which fits it perfect and works very well to hold it up and change angles.

I connected via Macbook Pro retina through the HDMI port on the back. I changed input to HDMI and it matched my screen within 5 seconds. I first used it in my office which is very bright and I projected from about 10 ft back and I had an amazing, bright beautiful picture of my computer screen which is a stock Apple image with vibrant colors. I was amazed at how bright it is and how good the picture is. I then played a video from netflix to test the sound and the speakers are ok for a small group of people but not good enough for a good action movie in your house. I would just use the audio from your input device or from the universal cord with audio in. The keystone correction works very well but usually you don't need it, keystone is always a salesman pitch but when its on your wall you don't really care that it is a little bigger on the top than the bottom, trust me.

I looked for about 2 weeks for which projector I wanted.
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Style Name: 700 Lumens Verified Purchase
I normally don't trust reviews on Amazon, so I went around a lot of other venues, and looked up reviews on this. Most of the reviews were for this unit's predecessor, the ML500.

They gushed. Every single one. I grudgingly got this unit.

I already own an EX330, which is a badass little unit, but is still just a bit too big for carry-on. Whenever I pack it, TSA ALWAYS opens my bag (which is often stuffed to the max, and they will mess things up when they reclose my bag), so I need to carry on the projector.

First, this thing is REALLY SMALL. The pictures don't really show how small it is, because the overall proportions pretty much match those of larger ultraportables. However, the lens is really small.

The cables and power brick are basically bigger and heavier than the unit itself. With a little creative re-packing, you can fit this into a really small package.

I tested with HDMI and some pretty hi-def digital input.

Normally, I've been ignoring pico and LED projectors, as they project tiny, dim images only a couple dozen inches across.

This is not a pico. It will project a full-size image, just like my 330, and almost as bright.

It's visible in a lit room, even an image that covers an entire 72" X 48" whiteboard. The EX330 is a bit brighter in a lit room, but not that much brighter, and the EX330 is rated at over 2000 lumens (LED lumens are basically brighter than incandescent ones, because coherence).

The ML1000 is brighter, but it is also physically larger, and I need this to be very small. I can use my EX330 for bigger stuff.

When you dim the lights, the image is tack-sharp, and beautifully saturated. Once focused, it tends to keep its focus, even when moved around.
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