The Optoma ML750 was reviewed by Lisa Feierman in 2015. Though it is a few years old, it is still currently shipping but at a substantially lower price. When Lisa reviewed it, she did so with this question in mind: Is the ML750 ideal for cord cutting professional Millennials living in the Big City? Lisa’s first New York City apartment didn’t have a proper set up for a TV – her door swung all the way open and would easily hit the wall that TV would go on.
Luckily, Art is her father, and they were able to come up with a creative alternative in the Optoma ML750 – that is, in exchange for a review. This was one of two models she reviewed from Optoma, the other is the ML750ST, which did not win an award (more on that later). In the case of the Optoma ML750, it solved a very real problem Lisa was experiencing – a problem many New York City dwellers face – getting the “big screen experience” in a compact space. She would routinely project movies and other content from about 45” – 65” diagonal sizes instead of watching on her laptop. She wasn’t going for the home theater experience, rather the “this is a way better idea than a small LCD TV that I just don’t have room for,” experience.