Optoma Introduces Conveniently Smart Projector – ML330

TV fans, gamers and those who love to watch films, drama can now conveniently stream super-sized pictures anywhere in their own home with the new smart LED projector – Optoma ML330.

Small and light enough to serve as a regular travelling companion, Optoma ML330 has everything in one box, including integrated speakers and a host of connection options, such as WiFi, Android, Bluetooth, HDMI and MHL. It can play media content directly from a USB memory stick or microSD card. With the high-quality LED technology and light source lifetime of up to 20,000 hours, Optoma ML330 shall project films, photos, and more in brilliant color.

Gordon Wu, Assistant Vice President at Optoma APAC, said: “The new ML330 is an incredible all-rounder, combining easy set-up, instant on/off, smart technologies, and integrated speakers in a small and lightweight chassis for the ultimate convenience.”

Weighing just 460g, the stylish ML330 is conveniently portable. It can be packed in a carry bag to project anywhere, or to share with friends during sports events, movie nights, or gaming marathons. In addition, its automatic keystone feature will automatically detect and correct the distorted image simply with a touch of a button.

Powered by Android, the ML330 can help users reach their favourite media services as well as stream movies, TV shows, and video clips. Popular apps, such as Netflix and YouTube, can be downloaded by using the smart user interface. Business users can also benefit from the built-in Android OS; MS Office and Adobe PDF files can thus be viewed directly.

With built-in WiFi, the ML330 can access to network easily. Content from a smartphone or tablet can also be shared instantly by mirroring the screen wirelessly. Besides, its Bluetooth functionality allows users to connect external speakers, headphones, keyboard, or mouse cable-free.

Other connectors include a HDMI port supporting Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) for compatible phones and tablets, and two USB Type A ports to read files from USB sources, including memory sticks. There’s also a mini jack A/V input and mini jack for audio output.

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