Pocket projector, Optoma PK301 Pico Pocket Projector

Optoma Technology launches the Optoma PK301 Pico Pocket Projector. A palm-sized projector that measures only 1.2 x 2.7 x 4.7 inches and weighs just 8 ounces. As brightness is one of the projector’s strong points, this pocket projector comes with up to 50 ANSI lumens. It is built around a DLP chip joined with a red-green-blue LED light source that would last over 20,000 hours. Unlike other models, it offers a native widescreen format at 854 by 640 pixels, one of the variations on wide VGA. This powerful pocket projector is designed to project large widescreen images of up to 120 inch diagonal.

It has a MicroSD card slot which allows for memory expansion up to 16 GB. This powerful mini projector has more connection options and can read files from internal memory, MicroSD card, or USB key for a more enjoyable show presentations, photos, or video without the aid of a computer or video source. It features a full assortment of I/O ports, including USB, VGA, HDMI and video thus allowing a connection to most analog or digital devices. Optoma PK301 also features an extended power battery pack, iPod kit-share, Female USB adapter to project images and videos from USB flash drives, Component Video for a higher quality video and gaming and Mini HDMI cable. In addition, the back of the projector includes three additional input ports and a mini-plug audio out port for a headset or powered speakers.

With regard to brightness, Optoma PK301 Pico Pocket Projector offers two maximum brightness ratings. The 50 lumens is for AC power or the optional rechargeable battery bank. It has a rating of 20 lumens with the standard battery that comes with the projector which is still brighter than most pico projectors. In bright mode, the battery life for the standard battery is one hour and 2 hours for the battery pack. The Portfolio carrying case is large enough to hold the projector, power adaptor, and cables. It comes with a small tripod and a built-in 11- by 8-inch gray screen.

Posted 2010-09-10 and updated on Oct 08, 2010 6:55am by richard opinion

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