Optoma unveils ultra-compact Android LED projector

Optoma has taken the covers off its new ML330 LED projector. It's a tiny thing by projector standards - just 4 x 16 x 13cm (hwd) - and weighs 460g, so it's eminently portable.

Aside from its go-anywhere appeal, the ML330 has all-in-one credentials too. It has integrated wi-fi and is running Android 4.4 - so download content apps like Netflix or YouTube, adjust the volume (the ML330 has a 2-watt speaker) and you're ready to go. All you need is a screen or a wall to project onto.

Native resolution is 1280 x 800, so the default aspect ratio is 16:10. Physical inputs include HDMI, two USB-A and a 3.5mm analogue socket. It's also packing Bluetooth, so connecting speakers or headphones wirelessly is on the menu too. It supports 3D content - though the glasses are a cost option - and there's a remote control as well.

The ML330 is on sale now and costs £400.


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Simon Lucas is a freelance technology journalist and consultant, with particular emphasis on the audio/video aspects of home entertainment. Before embracing the carefree life of the freelancer, he was editor of What Hi-Fi? – since then, he's written for titles such as GQ, Metro, The Guardian and Stuff, among many others.