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The DLP brand of projector technology, developed and owned by Texas Instruments uses a micromirror device and spinning colour wheels to generate images.

DLP technology typically produces images with much richer blacks, and increased contrast in colours variations, thereby offering much better picture clarity. The video quality is also far smoother, with much less visible pixelation than their LCD counterparts.

DLP technology is generally used in multi-purpose projectors requiring high contrast ratios of the order of 2000:1, as LCD Projectors typically offer a contrast ratio of 400:1.

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Optoma ML550

Optoma ML550 Mobile Projector


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Release Date
Jun 2013
Oct 2013
Mar 2013
May 2013
Aug 2013
Type
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors, 3D
DLP Projectors
DLP Projectors
Contrast Ratio
10000:1
13000:1
20000:1
10000:1
10000:1
Display Technology
DLP
DLP
DLP
DLP
DLP
Image Brightness
500.0 ANSI lumens
2500.0 ANSI lumens
2000.0 ANSI lumens
2200.0 ANSI lumens
900.0 ANSI lumens
Platform
PC and Mac
PC
PC
PC
Form Factor
Portable
Portable
Portable
Portable

Very light and small

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For the lower price, it manages to deliver a far from budget performance

Capable of displaying 3D content in any of the formats

Packs in features typically only found on more expensive projectors

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Powerful, compact projector that packs a variety of presenting features into a tiny package