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Optoma ML Concept Projector for School by Jules Parmetier

Optoma ML concept projector has been especially designed for educational market. This powerful standalone LED projector features built-in speakers, Microsoft Office viewer, and a media player. In order to make it more user-friendly, it is equipped with a touchpad to simply all physical interface of the device. All settings and tuners are displaying on the projected digital interface, furthermore, both touchpad and MS Office viewer allow user (teacher/student) to project and control the presentation without the need of a mouse and a computer.


Save any lesson on a Flash Drive or an SD card easily and you are ready to go. User can also take advantage of wireless projections since Optoma ML concept projector is equipped with a WiFi connection, simply connect with smartphone, tablet, laptop, or computer. The touchpad is located at the center of this projector since it’s the main element that communicates the standalone aspect of this device. The top surface “cutout” unifies the touchpad and the projection lens into a graphical icon which defines the unique character of this concept.


Designer : Jules Parmetier


Optoma ML Concept Projector for School by Jules Parmetier


Optoma ML Concept Projector for School by Jules Parmetier



Optoma ML Concept Projector for School by Jules Parmetier


Optoma ML Concept Projector for School by Jules Parmetier


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