ML750STby Optoma

  • ML750ST
  • ML750ST
  • ML750ST
TECHWALLA
VERDICT
Clearly above average. Only a couple of issues keep this from being best in class.
82%
TECHWALLA SCORE
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PROS

  • The Optoma ML750ST projects a large display in a tight space.
  • Its light source is a powerful 700 lumens.
  • Built-in software allows you to project Microsoft Office and Adobe PDF files directly from the device.

CONS

  • Only one connecting cable comes with the projector.
  • The initial setup can be time-consuming.
  • It does not recognize all USB formats.
The Optoma ML750ST boasts a 700-lumen light source and projects a native widescreen resolution of 1280 X 800. Its lamp lasts more than 20,000 hours. The "ST" in the projector's name stands for "short throw." The projector can project a 32-inch image from a distance of only 2 feet. Optoma designed the ML750ST "for traveling professionals and power users.” You can project Microsoft Office and Adobe PDF files directly from the projector thanks to its preloaded Office Viewer software. The device features 1.5GB of internal memory and ports for a microSD card, USB drive and MHL/HDMI cable. It also has a universal I/O port. It measures 4.1 inches by 1.5 inches by 4.2 inches.
NameML750STRIF6 CubePowerLite X17 XGA 3LCD ProjectorQumi Q6
ManufacturerOptomaRIF6EpsonVivitek
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List Price$589$299$450$599
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The details mean everything here. The way that the projector comes packaged shows an amazing quality. It contains all that you need in a sma…

The details mean everything here. The way that the projector comes packaged shows an amazing quality. It contains all that you need in a small carrying case.... The picture quality is fantastic ...

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Optoma definitely has an interesting take on video projection with the ML750ST. On the one hand it utilizes an LED light source, which means…

Optoma definitely has an interesting take on video projection with the ML750ST. On the one hand it utilizes an LED light source, which means no periodic lamp replacement issues, projects a bright image for its size (although you still need a darkened room for best results), and it is extremely portable.

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The ML750ST is a cutie. Small enough at 112.5 x 123 x 57mm and light enough at 420g to slot almost unnoticed into a briefcase or shoulder ba…

The ML750ST is a cutie. Small enough at 112.5 x 123 x 57mm and light enough at 420g to slot almost unnoticed into a briefcase or shoulder bag, it immediately ticks all the boxes for those looking for a projector that can be used in multiple locations.

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After hearing the internal speaker, we’re not surprised to learn that Optoma is branching out from projectors to audio products as well. The…

After hearing the internal speaker, we’re not surprised to learn that Optoma is branching out from projectors to audio products as well. The company’s engineers seem to know what they’re doing.

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It's a particularly good choice for presentations that include video clips, and in its presentation-optimized setting, it's bright enough fo…

It's a particularly good choice for presentations that include video clips, and in its presentation-optimized setting, it's bright enough for at least a 52" image in moderate ambient light, even based on recommendations for lamp-based projectors.

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