The portable Optoma ML750 WXGA LED DLP 3D Ready Projector delivers 700 lumens of brightness with a sharp 10,000:1 contrast ratio. It features WXGA 1280 x 800 widescreen resolution and can project up to a 100" diagonal 2D or 3D image. The ML750 is powered by a DMD DLP chip system and its LED light source features a long lifespan of 20,000+ hours. This means you'll save money because there are no traditional projector lamps to buy or replace. LEDs are also more energy efficient and they produce less heat.
This model provides multiple connectivity options including HDMI and VGA via a 24-pin universal port. Plus, you can display from your mobile device thanks to the MHL connectivity through HDMI. The ML750 supports PC-less presenting via USB, microSD or 1.5GB internal memory. These three options support a variety of file formats including audio, video, photo, PowerPoint, Excel and Word files/documents. The projector has a built-in 1W mono speaker as well. Other features include a low standby power consumption level that's less than 1W and a complete on-screen menu that supports adjustments in 16 different languages. This projector even affords wireless presenting, although the optional wireless adapter is required.
- Compact and lightweight design for better portability
- Supports 700 lumens of brightness and a 10,000:1 (full on / full off) contrast ratio
- PC Free presentations with built-in Office Viewer
- Present directly from your mobile device via HDMI/MHL connectivity
- Wireless presentation capability via optional adapter
- Powerful LED light source means no lamps to replace
- 3D Ready for an immersive viewing experience (not compatible with 3DXL)
- Supports 120 Hz frame sequential 3D for resolutions up to XGA
- Supports 60 Hz field sequential 3D for resolutions up to 480i
- Complete on-screen menu with adjustments in 16 languages
- Universal power supply is auto-switching
- Texas Instruments DLP display technology
- Supports BrilliantColor technology
- Display documents, photos and movies via USB or microSD card