Optoma PK102 PICO Pocket Projector
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- Truly portable - pocket-sized, lightweight and rechargeable
- Project large images up to 60-Inch diagonal
- 2000:1 contrast ratio for detailed images
- LED light source lasts over 20,000 hours while producing excellent color
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It was brighter than I expected and easily hooked up to my laptop running Vista with no problems. The included Video Encoder worked as advertised (though I am not sure why it can't just play standard MP4 video...) and photos loaded fine. The interface is very intuitive.
I did purchase a cheap tripod (~12 bucks) with it and I am glad I did - this thing is so small it would be hard to get it pointed exactly right without.
Let's face it - this isn't great for someone working on a projector all day every day - you need better resolution and more lumens. But for the average geek at home this thing is perfect. For occasional use with laptop, or videos, or just still photo slide shows.
The unit was even smaller than I expected when I got my hands on it. To say it's the size of a cell phone is no exaggeration.
For a $250 this is one gadget you might consider in your arsenal!
The Optoma is smaller, cheaper, and brighter than the 3M projector, and I do like the styling of the unit better than the 3M projector, but if you're a Mac user you may want to consider other options.
Folks, this product needs a lot of work to get it up to snuff. If I could have given it zero stars I would have done so happily. Don't waste your money on this. I'll have to wait another few years before I attempt this again. Darn shame too because I need it bad. I returned the ones I purchased to Amazon.
connect your computer or your video source(camera, DVD, etc)
One usb cable (included) give you the option to send videos and photos to a 4GB inside storage!!!
you need to convert the videos before, but the software came into the package and works very well.
The audio is loud and clear instead of the size.
You can make a presentation of videos and photos without anything else!!!!
Its is quiet, very handy hand easy to use, perfect for fun at night
Perfectly portable even with all the accessories.
I'm very happy with this projector, but you must know that it have some limitations:
Works very well in dark places and shows vibrant colors, but not as well on normal light conditions
Using it as PC projector is good for videos or photos (not very sharp) but not as secondary screen or presentations, the letters doesn't look well and it is not comfortable to watch or read.
My computer send a resolution of 800 x 600 maybe the equipment works better at 640x480
but for computer presentations I don't recommend it.
I watched a movie and it get hot but works without problem, of course for a movie you must plug it.
Very soon this product will become common in many device specially mobile phones
The option of share videos and photos to any surface from a device that fit in your pocket
is extraordinary, everyone who use it, like it!
First, it is not Mac compatible even though the web site says that it is. The projector can project from the Mac (by mirroring the computer display), but data cannot be transferred to the projector so the on-board memory is completely worthless. The company says that data needs to be converted to Xvid format via their proprietary software that is only for use with PC. Videos already encoded as Xvid will not play.
Second, the battery life is very poor. I was not able to watch a single (approx 8o minute) movie on it freshly charged.
Third, it is very cumbersome only being able to use the projector connected to both the computer (would not work through the included USB and VGA cables, need to buy an additional DVI adapter to get it to work at all) and plugged in. Even with the tripod, it was very unsteady and difficult to get it a straight projection.
Fourth, the projection quality was very poor. Even though the room was dark, the darker shots in the movie were impossible to see. I was not able to enlarge the picture to my desired size- about 42". The largest size I was able to project to with a clear picture was about 25". Even at this small size, the picture was not as clear as I would have expected. I was not able to get it to focus clearly on text at any size.
Lastly, the "owners manual" is virtually non existent. None of the literature that comes with the product is very useful in operating the product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow, do I hate this product. Here's the deal: If you're going to project something, you'll want it LARGER than the screen size you're going to project from. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Em
I was looking for a Projector and came across this one. Well to make a long story short save your money and buy a REAL Projector !! For the money, you get what you pay for. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by Mr.Ken
I've used this projector several times for slideshows at birthday parties. A microphone has to be used up to the speaker because the sounds is so quiet. Read morePublished on February 21, 2013 by Geneva L. Ward
After the "gee whiz" novelty of this projector fades, you'll discovery it's not really good for anything. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by Daniel Orr
the good: great toy to impress the kids
the bad: optoma customer service, quality, brightness, marketing as this is not for business
really this can not be used for... Read more
I really get into Electronics. I purchased this Optoma PK102 in 12/09 and have had some fun displaying images and videos on different surfaces and watching movies (via a Laptop) on... Read morePublished on September 16, 2010 by Rocker
This projector is very practice if you do not need to carry your laptop to office or school.Published on May 4, 2010 by S. Luque
Very good "fun" projector for hand held games and phones but brightness leaves it lacking for any sort of business presentation.Published on April 27, 2010 by Keith W. Adabie