From the moment portable projectors began to appear we knew they would prove very popular with businesses, as what better way to conduct a presentation? In the early days these were still rather small, but lacked many of the features their larger siblings had, but we all know how fast technology changes.
Optoma’s latest portable projector — There are many companies at the forefront of the portable projector market, and Optoma is one of them, with some of us even suggesting they are the ultimate. Their latest model, the ML1000 LED projector is the best they have developed, and having the capability of 1000 ANSI lumens is surely proof?
The new ML1000 LED projector from Optoma is still small, even though it is a powerhouse in terms of specs, because it weighs just 1.4kg, and don’t think that Optoma has cut back anywhere, as you will see when we look at those main specs.
The main Optoma ML1000 LED projector specs can be seen in the image below, along with some of its main features as well. It won’t be long before you begin to wonder how they can pack so much into something so small?
To give you an idea of just how small this projector is, it will be able to fit nicely in a laptop case, or the neat carry bag that comes provided, and will fit nicely in the palm of your hand.
Smart Optoma ML1000 LED projector features — There are several smart features on this new portable projector, one of which is the ability to run presentations direct from your Android or iOS device thanks to the free apps that support the projector. Another feature is being able to connect wirelessly to your PC, Mac and any other mobile device, although you’ll need to use the mini Wi-Fi dongle, as there is no built-in Wi-Fi.
The Optoma ML1000 LED portable projector can now be purchased from selected retailers, but if you are still not convinced, then visit the official Optoma website for more details. However, we can tell you that the Optoma ML1000 LED projector price will be around £800 or less.
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