Awards & Reviews

HD27

agdlab.pl

May 11, 2017

“The projector displays a surprisingly good picture quality – the colors are saturated and punchy.”

“If you are looking for a relatively inexpensive projector for home theater, certainly you should consider the Optoma HD27. The displayed image is really good quality, the projector is small, so it is not difficult is to find a place for it in the living room, and if necessary, you can even take it with you to your friends to watch a movie.”

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ML750ST

Director

May 3, 2017

The projector has a smart and compact design and was easy to set up.

I was able to play video straight from our camera using the micro SD slot. You can also plug your phone in and view a slideshow or any stored media, or you can buy a WiFi dongle (£30) to project wirelessly.

I was impressed with the resolution and surprised at how close  I could position the device to the wall and still achieve a large, crystal clear image. It projected well over bumps in the wall, and not having to position the device right at the back of the room is a great feature as it means you don’t need a huge room for an impressive display. The device is fairly lightweight (450g) so is easy to add to luggage.

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EH400+

Geek News Central

“The bright 4000 lumens coped well with an ordinarily lit room and while the sound from the built-in speakers would be acceptable in a meeting or training environment as it’s pretty loud”

“In summary, the EH400+ comes across as a solid DLP workhorse that will perform well in professional environments, displaying presentations and media to a high standard with good colour reproduction. Priced at just under GB£750 inc VAT, this is definitely business territory and would be a good choice when replacing a legacy projector with a more up-to-date unit and more relevant connections. The network port and web interface is handy too, especially when the battery has died in the remote control.”

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HD142X

Live for Films

April 27, 2017

“As with all the Optoma projectors, it was extremely simple to set up.”

“I was pleasantly surprised at just how clear it was during the day and with lights on in the room.”

“As for the picture quality it was, on the whole, very good.”

“The gaming mode worked wonders when using my PS4 and there was no drop in quality or speed when playing video games.”

“The HD142X is a powerful projector and you get a lot for your money. It gives you plenty of options for how you can use it and is so simple to set up and use.”

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HD27

Stereo & Video magazine

April 25, 2017

Overall rating: Excellent 9/10

“HD27 produces pleasant images even without Darbee enhancement and detailed settings will reward you with deep blacks while details in the picture are preserved. Relatively high brightness and solid contrast ratio works well for use in environments with some residual ambient light. The HD27 isn’t only a movie projector but also designed for all day use – watching TV series, news, sport broadcasts and also playing games using gaming consoles.“

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ML750ST

Computer zive

“The Optoma ML750ST belongs to the smallest LED projectors on the market offering high brightness and PC free use. The LED light source offers high life span. The high brightness of the projector and short throw ratio of 0.8  allows you to project onto a 147cm diagonal screen. We played many video formats directly from SD cards and the projector had no problem with any codecs. Displaying photos and presentation was also perfect. The high brightness and good connectivity make the ML750ST very handy.”

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HD142X

gadgetreview.com

“WHY IT’S A TOP PICK: The HD142X appeals to the budget-set with an 8,000-hour lamp life and 3,000 lumens of brightness.”

“If you don’t have a fortune to spend upfront, it can be hard to find a projector that combines all the features you need into a package that doesn’t break the bank. Enter the budget option: the Optoma HD142X, another in a long line the company’s cost-conscious projectors that deliver serious performance for a price that the average consumer can justify.”

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HD142X

kulturegeek.fr

April 21, 2017

"Optoma HD142X: A Full HD video-pro well balanced, very robust in 3D … and at the right price."
 
"Easy installation"
"A 2D image with 'cinema' rendering"
"Optoma HD142X is a good projector for gaming, with an input-lag that does not exceed 32ms"
"An excellent video-pro for 3D movies"
"Optoma HD142X is a video projector that “does the job” for a very good price, especially good that it does not require an engineering degree to enjoy it."

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ML750ST

Gadgetynews

April 13, 2017

The ST part of the projector’s name stands for ‘short throw’. If you’re not sure if this is a good thing or not, I reckon it is. You see, this means that it is able to deliver big images from a reduced distance away from the screen or surface you’re projecting on to.

Dark scenes contain much more realistic blacks than I was expecting for such a diminutive projector

This little ultra-portable projector certainly ticks a lot of boxes. It is easy to carry around, it’s bright and the colours are good.

As a business projector it does pretty much all you’ll need it to. Being able to run Office presentations without a PC is a bonus. Running it from a computer is decent too and the PC setting works as it should.

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ML750ST

Geek News Central

March 22, 2017

I’m pretty impressed by the ML750ST. I’m used to projectors about the size of the phone book and the ML750ST was able to do everything they can do and more. The ML750ST isn’t exactly an impulse buy as it’s priced at GB£529 and the USB WiFi dongle is an extra GB£30, but as business purchase, it makes a great deal of sense, especially with HDCast application for tablets and smartphones. I wouldn’t recommend it for a permanent installation in, say, a training room because a brighter projector would be more suitable, but for ad hoc presentations and portability, the ML750ST is a good choice.

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