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Optoma ML750 WXGA 700 Lumen 3D Ready Portable DLP LED Projector with MHL Enabled HDMI Port
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- 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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What's in the Box?
- ML750 Projector
- AC Power Cord
- Universal I/O cable
- Carry Bag
- Infra Red Remote Control with Battery
- Quick Start Card
- Warranty Card
Palm-Sized LED Pico Projector
Introducing the all new ML750 ultra-compact portable LED projector. Easily transportable between your home and office, this tiny projector weights less than 0.4kg and comes with a convenient carry bag. Watch HD movies, play video games or even present that winning presentation, the ML750 has everything you need to impress your audience.
Packed full of features the ML750 incorporates a media player, native office viewer and built-in speaker. Project without a laptop using the built-in memory, a microSD card slot, USB connection. Easily connect and display from a mobile or table device using MHL connectivity to play a game on a big screen, view business files, photos, videos or to just listen to music.
Using the latest 'Lamp-free' technology for exceptional color fidelity, reliability and longevity, the Optoma LED ultra - compact portable projector is your perfect entertainment and business partner.
DLP Technology by Texas Instruments
Creates razor sharp pictures and amazing videos with incredible colors and brightness, while providing world class reliability and longevity. DLP technology featurees consistent color precision, outstanding readability from high native contrast ratios, and fast digital video performance with lightning fast response times.
LED Lamp and Lifespan
Optoma LED projectors use individual red, green and blue LED modules to create the projected image without the need for a color wheel. LED illumination provides consistent brightness and color performance with increased efficiency to maintain its out-of-the-box image quality. And the extraordinary life of LEDs (up to 20,000 hours) will ensure it stays clear and bright.
Brightness, Color and Contrast
The ML750 projector delivers an ultra-bright image for road warriors, power-users and on-the-go gamers. With 700 ANSI lumens and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, it packs the power and performance of a full-sized projector in the palm of your hand.
Easy Connectivity - MHL
Easily connect to a laptop, PC, games console or DVD player with HDMI. The ML750 is also MHL compatible, this allows you to connect your MHL enabled mobile device with a single cable solution allowing you to mirror your devices screen. Ideal for streaming movies and viewing files and photos stored on your mobile device.
Introducing the ML series of ultra-compact portable LED projectors. Easily transportable, this tiny projector fits in the palm of your hand, weighs less than 1-pound and comes with a convenient carrying case.
Mobile LED Gaming
Transform the tiny screen on your portable gaming device into a massive 100+ inch display. Lightweight and with a small footprint, Optoma’s mobile LED projectors have been designed with portability in mind. The ML550, ML750 and ML750ST include industry standard MHL connection technology plus they come with a carrying case, so you can take big screen gaming wherever you go.
Advantages of Gaming with DLP
Optoma projectors are designed to work with today’s top consoles, portable devices and gaming PCs to bring any game to life. With lightning response times, high contrast, vivid colors, and a huge image, gamers will feel the electricity of a living stadium during a match or see the beads of sweat on enemy faces. An Optoma gaming projector is the ‘must-have’ addition for any gamer.
Digital signage applications are ideal as the projector can be mounted in virtually any orientation and it can automatically play video files or a photo slideshow directly from a microSD card as soon as the projector is switched on. You can even set the projector to turn off after a set period of time using the ‘sleep timer’ function.
|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 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|
Top Customer Reviews
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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.Read more ›
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.
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This little projector looks like a toy, but it is far from it. I am amazed how they can pack so much projection quality and capability in such a tiny box.Published 3 days ago by Edward M. Oakley
It's ok but you can tell the lumen's are low. I like the small size but when they can come out with small size with 3000 lumens then that will be the one to buy.Published 20 days ago by Brady Chambers
I use this for our "roughing it" camping trips to let the kids watch DVD's. Works great and is such a good picture.Published 25 days ago by Shawn
Incredible. Low battery use, no bulbs to replace, great quality, low weight. Just all around fantastic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elliot Scott
As stated by most reviewers, this projector is amazing. I find myself using this over any of my flat screens at home, one of which I paid about 15k when large flat-screens first... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tony A
One word Amazing.
Enjoying the projection on big wall in days and night and it works brilliantly.
Didn't seem to have problem in day light. Read more