Optoma ML550 LED Projector Review
|Optoma ML550 Specs|
|Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)||500|
|Zoom Lens Ratio||1.7x|
|Lamp Life||10,000 Hours|
|Warranty||1-Year Parts and Labor|
|View Full Specifications Here >>|
Optoma ML550 Projector Highlights
- Projector weighs 14.1 ounces and puts out 500 lumens
- Accepts HDMI at 1920×1080 resolution
- 10,000:1 Contrast Ratio
- Light source is rated to last 20,000+ hours being that it is LED
- Capable of showing jpg and bmp images via USB Type A input
- 3D Ready
- Wireless presentation capability via optional BI-EXTBGN adapter
- Powerful LED light source means nolamps to replace
- View videos, office files and images without having to connect to a PC
Optoma ML550 Projector - Overview
The Optoma ML550 Pocket projector is a powerful projector in a very compact package. It is rated at 500 lumens and from the look of things while reviewing the projector it certainly performed well. I will cover exact lumen readings in the Performance section of this review. The projector has a native resolution of 1280×800, but performs very well at it maximum resolution of 1680×1050.
The most important aspect of this projector is of course it size, its lamp life and its image quality. This projector is tiny, weighing in at 14.1 ounces. With LED light technology powering the image, expect the projector to perform for up to 20,000+ hours before needing to replace the unit. More than likely before 20,000 hours you will have upgraded to a newer model.
Being small doesn’t mean it lacks features. The Optoma ML550 has an input for HDMI and also a USB input so you can display images and office files without having to hook up a computer. The projector features 1.5Gb of on-board memory. Oh, and it is 3D ready.
Optoma ML550 Special Features
No Computer Necessary
The ML550 is capable of reading office files and many other types. The onboard memory totaling 1.5 Gb means you will have plenty of space for your presentation. No need for a computer for a quick impromptu presentation. The formats it can play include: PowerPoint, Word, Excel and you can view PDF files. For video, the ML550 is capable of playing lots of formats like, .avi, .mkx, ,divx, .ts.dat, .vob, .mpg, .mpeg, .mov, .mp4, .rm, .rmvb, and .wmv.
Above I talked about the projectors onboard memory, but the Optoma ML550 also has a MicroSD card slot. The largest card it will accept is 32 Gb. Plenty of space for even the most high resolution videos.
This projector review is included in our 2014-2015 Best Classroom Projectors Report, which is sponsored by Epson America.
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