Featuring the Optoma Pico Projector

I got a chance to unbox and test first-hand a pocket-sized projector -- the Optoma Pico Projector. It was purchased all the way from the US by a local company here in the country.

I spent the whole evening watching movies using the Optoma PK301 ;) It's very handy, easy-to-use and indeed portable. Quite a solution for your presentation requirements.

Now you'll wonder, how much does it cost? As I asked on its price, I was informed it costs around $400 - $500 USD.

Optoma's PK301 Pico pocket projector provides projection power anywhere. Featuring up to 50 ANSI lumens and native widescreen WVGA resolution, the palm-sized PK301 enables you to easily share videos, photos and graphics at home or on the road. Enjoy unlimited content playback at your fingertips with the microSD card slot, HDMI and VGA connectivity. Compact and robustly-featured, the PK301 sets a new standard for mobile projecting.

Key features --
  • Truly portable - palm-sized, lightweight, and rechargeable
  • MicroSD card slot allows for memory expansion up to 16 GB
  • Project large widescreen images of up to 120" diagonal
  • LED light source lasts over 20,000 hours while producing excellent color
  • Full assortment of I/O ports, including USB, VGA, HDMI and video, allow for easy connection to most analog or digital devices
What's in the Box

This package includes the Optoma PK301 projector, power adapter, rechargeable Li-ion battery, male USB cable, standard A/V cable (RCA to Mini-Jack), universal to VGA cable and carrying bag.


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