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Optoma PK320 WVGA 100 Lumen DLP LED Pico Pocket Projector with HDMI and Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery

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100 Lumen
  • For Business Presentations & Personal Media Sharing
  • Dlp Pico Technology
  • 20,000 Hour Led Light Source
  • 1-Year Limited Parts & Labor Warranty, 90 Days On Battery
  • 3000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Truly portable - Palm-sized, lightweight, and rechargeable
  • MicroSD card slot allows for memory expansion
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Technical Details

Size: 100 Lumen
  • Screen Size compatibility: 40 - 150
  • Integrated Card Reader
  • Is HD-Ready

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Product Details

Size: 100 Lumen
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 4.7 x 1.2 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0057CWRIY
  • Item model number: PK320
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 9, 2012

Product Description

Size: 100 Lumen

From the Manufacturer

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A Pocketful of Powerful Presentations

The Optoma PK320 combines image quality and brightness demanded by presenters and movie-lovers with a palm-sized profile that lets you take it along wherever you may need it. Whether you want to deliver wide-screen presentations, share graphics or watch a movie, Optoma's PK320 Pico pocket projector provides projection power anywhere.

With a brightness of 100 ANSI Lumens and projecting images of up to 150 inches, the PK320 extends the functionality and usability of Optoma's Pico line, allowing users to project in more situations. This product, which incorporates a cool metallic look, provides easy and flexible connectivity to a broad range of sources, including tablets, iPhones, DVD players, laptop computers, set top boxes and more.

Featuring Native widescreen WVGA resolution, the PK320 lets you enjoy unlimited content playback at your fingertips with the on-board office viewer, microSD card slot, and HDMI and VGA connectivity. The PK320, which comes complete with a remote control, projects natively at 854x480 resolution and weighs in at half a pound.

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Features:

  • PC Free with Microsoft Office Reader and 2GB memory
  • Truly portable-Palm-sized, lightweight and rechargeable MicroSD card slot for memory expansion
  • 100 Lumens-Project widescreen images of up to 150 inches 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

Keep Moving

The PK320 supports use with an AC adapter or battery power. On battery, you can achieve typical battery life of over 90 minutes in Eco mode. An optional battery pack extends projection time further and allows you to use the PK320 at full brightness for up to two hours.

New Design Enhances Usability

The PK320 integrates a new and innovative user interface that allows users to access key features more quickly than before. Business users can get presentations going faster than ever before, while entertainment users can access media without keeping their audiences waiting.

LED Design Advantage

The PK320's LED technology delivers low power and silent operation. The same LED technology provides vivid color, durability and long life that make it attractive to price-sensitive small business and consumer users.

The LED light source has an estimated lifetime of more than 20,000 hours (equivalent to using the projector four hours every day for over thirteen years). LED is incredibly cost effective compared to lamp-based projectors. For example, users with a lamp-based projector would have to replace the lamp in the projector at least four times over 20,000 hours of usage-at a cost of over $800, compared to the completely maintenance-free LED lamp.

Leading the DLP Market in the Americas

Optoma Technology is the leading manufacturer of Texas Instrument's DLP projectors in North and South America. TI's DLP features multi-color processing to produce accurate and vibrant colors on the screen.

Green by Design

As part of the Optoma Project Green program, Optoma's Pico projectors, which incorporate LED technology, have been designed and manufactured for eco-friendliness.

Product Specifications

Display Technology DLP Technology by Texas Instruments Resolution Native WVGA (854 x 480)
Brightness (Bright Mode) 100 ANSI Lumens in Bright Mode (with AC Power Adapter or Optional High-Power Battery Pack); 25 ANSI Lumens STD Mode Maximum Resolution WXGA (1280 x 800) through VGA adapter, HD (1080i) through HDMI
Light Source LED (RGB) Contrast Ratio 3000:1 (Full On/Full Off)
Lamp Life Estimated life of over 20,000 hours Projection Distance 8 to 235" (19.9 to 596 cm)
Image Size (Diagonal) 5" to 150" (12.7 to 381 cm) Throw Ratio 1.8:1 (Distance/Width)
Battery Li-Ion Rechargeable (3.7V, 1410 mAh) Battery Life (STD/Bright) Estimated at 90+ minutes (ECO mode) / 45+ minutes (STD mode)
Audio One 1-Watt Speaker Video Input Compatibility HDTV (720p, 1080i), EDTV (480p), SDTV (480i), NTSC, PAL
Video File Compatibility AVI, MOV, MP4, 3GP, CMB, FLV, WMV, ASF Image File Compatibility JPEG, BMP
Office Viewer Compatibility Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT, PPTX), Word (DOC, DOCX), Excel (XLS, XLSX), Adobe (PDF) Audio File Compatibility AAC, MP3, ASF, FLAC, RA, OGG, WAV, WMA
User Controls Direct-Access On-Screen Menu Adjustments in 15 Languages Noise Level 30 dB (Max in Bright mode with external power; Silent in STD mode)
Computer Compatibility WXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, VESA, PC & Macintosh Compatible Weight 1.9 lbs (873g)
I/O Connectors Mini HDMI, microSD Slot, 24-Pin Universal Port for VGA, 2.5 mm AV Input (Composite Video and Stereo Audio-In), Micro USB, 3.5 mm Audio-Out, DC Input Power Consumption 19 Watts max (Bright mode with multimedia function)
Dimensions 4.7" x 1.2" x 2.7" (120mm x 30mm x 70mm) Warranty One-Year Limited Parts and Labor, 90-Day Battery

Which Optoma Pico Projector Is Right For You?

Picture Model Lumens Application Image Size / Quality Included Batteries Onboard Memory Product Dimensions / Weight
PK120 18 LED Lumens in Bright Mode Business Presentations & Personal Media Sharing Up to 60" Diagonal / 2000:1 Contrast One Rechargeable Li-ion; Up to 1.5 Hours per Battery On-board Memory & MicroSD Card Slot Allows for Memory Expansion Up to 32GB 4.6" x 2.4" x 0.8" / 5.1 oz with Battery
PK201 20 LED Lumens Business Presentations & Personal Media Sharing Up to 66" Diagonal / 2000:1 Contrast One Rechargeable Li-ion; Up to 1 Hour per Battery 28MB On-board Memory / microSD-slot Supports Up to 16GB 0.7" x 4.6" x 2.4" / 8 oz
PK301+ 75 LED Lumens Business Presentations & Personal Media Sharing Up to 120" Diagonal / 3000:1 Contrast One Rechargeable Li-ion; Up to 1.5 Hours per Battery / Up to 5 Hours with Optional Extended Power Battery Pack 28MB On-board Memory / microSD Slot Supports Up to 32GB 1.2" x 2.7" x 4.7" / 8 oz
PK320 100 LED Lumens Business Presentations & Personal Media Sharing Up to 150" Diagonal / 3000:1 Contrast Li-ion Rechargeable; Estimated at 90+ Minutes (ECO mode) / 45+ Minutes (STD mode); Over 5 hours (Optional Extended Power Battery Pack) 2GB On-board Memory / SD-slot Supports Up to 32GB SDHC 4.7" x 1.2" x 2.7" / 5 oz wth Battery

Projection Distance / Image Size

Projection Distance Minimum Diagonal Maximum Diagonal
8" to 235" 5" 150"

Product Connectivity Chart

PK320 Connectivity Chart

What's in the Box?

This package includes the Optoma PK320 projector, universal-to-VGA cable, composite A/V cable (RCA to 2.5 mm), type A to micro USB cable, rechargeable Li-ion battery, remote control with batteries, power adapter, pouch & Quick Start card.

Product Description

Optoma Pico PK320 DLP Projector - 16:9 PK320 Projectors

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I like the micro sd card slot.
BearDiver2002
Bottom line, within one year this thing is a piece of junk, and at four hundred dollars, it s a big disappointment.
alpha
Its pretty bright for its size, though you do need to dim the lights.
Rdjotut

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Jane Doe on March 6, 2012
Size Name: 100 Lumen Verified Purchase
Having never owned a pico projector before, I was intrigued by the idea of them. My old projector has a blown bulb, and instead of spending another $300 for a new bulb I decided I would give this a whirl. I spend a lot of time at work or traveling, so I wanted something to have handy if I ever wanted to play a game or watch a video on the go. I just received my pk320 today and here are my initial impressions:

Pros
1) Very small
2) Lightweight
3) Still feels durable despite 1 and 2
4) Bright picture....this one shocked me. In my living room with the lights on (granted this took place at night) I could clearly see the picture when projected onto a wall across the room. I imagine the result with my projector screen will be better.
5) Built in card reader and decoder work well. I loaded some avi's onto a memory card to test out how this would work. Not only did it work quickly, it also was able to find the avi's I nested within a folder.
6) Built in speaker works surprisingly well
7) Seems like optoma listened to some of the feedback from earlier models and included a remote and some accessories with this model.
8) Padded case seems nice

Cons
1) There is no keystone adjustment feature. This is actually a large issue, in part because of the size of this unit. If you put this on a table/desk/furniture/etc... there's a high chance you will not be directly centered from where you are projecting the image. The tilt up/down/to the side causes very visible distortion in the image shape. It's still watchable, but this seems like a huge oversight for a projector that cost $400+
2) Fan is loud when on "bright" mode (100 lumens). Fan noise is most definitely audible when the projector is running at 100 lumens.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By alpha on July 29, 2012
Size Name: 100 Lumen
I was very excited about this item for two reasons, its portability, and the fact that the bulb would last a very long time so I wouldn't have to worry about replacing it as I travel internationally. Unfortunately the projector started malfunctioning right off the bat. Within three months I had to replace the cord, it cost sixty two dollars. After I received the cord, within a month the new cord doesn't work correctly. I don't think there's anything wrong with the cord, it appears that at the junction point of the cord going into the projector is a malfunction in the design, as it does not want to sit straight for very long, causing it to not connect correctly, which causes the projection to cease in midstream. Can't watch things very long before this happens.

Also, within six months the pixels I think, the screen started showing one white dot, then after another month it was three, and after a year it's like sixteen white dots on the screen from the lens coat falling apart or something. Bottom line, within one year this thing is a piece of junk, and at four hundred dollars, it s a big disappointment.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. TOWNSEND on August 7, 2012
Size Name: 100 Lumen Verified Purchase
I am on the road a lot visiting people in their offices or with small groups. I live by Powerpoint. Before the Optima PK320 Pico Pocket Projector, I was carrying a small laptop, a lightweight projector, a screen, and all the cords needed to power stuff and hook it together. I reduced my weight significantly by getting an iPod Touch and putting my presentations on it, but I was still burdened by cords, projector, etc. Enter the Pico Pocket Projector. It has the ability to project my presentations from a microSD card or usb stick and it can run from battery.

If I am doing presentations in a large room to a lot of people, I still need the big projector, but the PK320 is plenty bright enough for someone's office of small meeting room. Some of my meetings with people inspire ad hoc presentations. I have many preloaded on microSD card in the projector. Now I can whip out the projector and say, "let me show you...". Within seconds, I am able to shine the presentation on a wall. I carry a bright white piece of paper that allows me to throw a 50 inch image. The paper folds down to 8 X 10. No cords. No waiting for extensive warmups. The PK320 is ready to go quickly. Buttons on the top allow me to find the presentation I need quickly and easily. POW - I'm off and running.

I have received comments from some I have given presentations to that they were impressed with my preparedness. When I said, "I have a presentation I would like to show you." I merely reached in my pocket and pushed the power button while I was still talking.

The PK320 has 2 brightness modes. Most of the time, I find that I need the high brightness mode, which eats up battery life or depends on external power (from an external battery pack or wall power).
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By K.I. on February 7, 2013
Size Name: 100 Lumen Verified Purchase
It was brilliant while it worked. I bought this unit about a year ago for business presentation while on the road. I used it less than 10 hours in total. Last month I was about to give a presentation to a small group of people using this projector only to find out 100s or maybe 1000s of pixels were dead. It was so bad that I had to use my small laptop screen to continue the presentation. It was a great idea to pack many features and LED light sources in the small body but terrible quality although, I admit, it feels solid. I would not recommend this unit at all. If you can live with a projector that is a size of 13" laptop instead of pocket size one, I recommend Casio XJ-A256 3000 Lumens WXGA DLP Projector with USB and Wireless Projector or Epson PowerLite 1776W Widescreen Business Projector (WXGA Resolution 1280x800) (V11H476020). These are 'real' projectors, not compromising brightness or features at all. 3000 lumens is high for regular projectors - you can use it in lighted room no problem and they will probably last many years. If they are too big or too pricy for your need, I would suggest View Sonic series, such as View Sonic PLED-W200 WXGA Front Projector, 300 Inches - Black or ViewSonic PLED-W500 80-Inch 720p Front Projector (Black).Read more ›
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