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Optoma PT100, WVGA, 50 LED Lumens, Gaming Projector
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- 16:9 wide screen display (854x480 native resolution)
- Works with most video game consoles including Wii and PS3 (adapter may be required), DVD players and set-top boxes
- LED light source for excellent color and a long lifetime of over 20,000 hours
- Built in speaker for gaming and movies
- Versatile VGA and audio/video inputs mean you can connect the PT100 to: Game consoles (Cable and adapters may be required); Computers; DVD players; Cable and Satellite receivers; Digital still and video cameras; VCRs.
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Optoma PT100 PlayTime LED Gaming Projector
- Video game consoles, such as PS3, Wii and xBox
- DVD players
- Cable and satellite receivers
- Digital still and video cameras
- Hand-held devices
- Big screen display: 16:9 wide screen (854x480 native resolution)
- Solid sound: A 1.5-Watt built-in speaker
- Excellent color and a long lifetime: Utilizes LED light source with a lifetime over 20,000 hours
- Versatile: VGA and audio/video inputs connects to variety of sources
Designed to Move
The PT100 is completely designed with portability in mind. Weighing only 1.7 pounds and measuring 7.76 inches by 3.15 inches by 7.84 inches, this lightweight and compact projector goes where you do. Instant on/off feature and cool operation ensure that it can be conveniently moved from room to room.
Easy to Use
All the controlsóbuttons for power, menu, and source, plus a triangular directional pad with up/down and left/right arrow buttonsóare on the top of the unit. Fortunately, they're easily accessible, as there's no remote control. The up/down and left/right arrow buttons are used to control the volume, and to navigate the on-screen display. Using the menu, you can adjust the aspect ratio, image brightness, language preference, and image orientation, and select sources. Located just above the lens is a focus wheel, and a perforated area toward the rear acts as a grille for the built-in speaker, which is powered by a 1.5-watt amp.
The PT100 integrates LED technology for low power consumption that is as little as 10 percent of what a 42-inch LCD television uses. LED delivers at least 20,000 hours of use without replacing the light source. This projector is virtually without maintenanceójust clean the lens periodically for best results. Meanwhile, a quiet fan ensures heat control without noise issues.
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.
Optoma’s product line offers products designed to meet the needs of any kind of user, from mobile professionals, gamers and home theaters to much large theater installations. Designed and built to deliver reliability, usability and image quality, Optoma projectors help users get the most out of their digital content, encourage collaboration and communicate clearly and effectively. Optoma projectors are designed to provide the features that you need today and a path to grow into other capabilities as you need them.
Green by Design
As an Optoma ProJect Greenô projector, the Neo-i has been designed and manufactured for eco-friendliness, to:
As an Optoma ProJect Green™ projector, PT100 has been designed and manufactured for eco-friendliness, to:
• Employ long-life materials and components.
• Use components that are lead-free on all printed circuit boards.
• Use no polystyrene foam in the packing materials
• Comply with RoHS standards to phase out the use of hazardous materials.
Native WVGA (854 x 480)
Brightness (Bright Mode)
50 ANSI Lumens
800:1 (Full On/Full Off)
LED (RGB); Estimated Life of Over 20,000 Hours
24” to 144“
Image Size (Diagonal)
10” to 100“
One 1.5 Watt Speaker
XGA, SVGA, VGA, PC and Macintosh Compatible
Video Input Compatibility
VGA, Composite Video, Audio (L/R RCA), DC Input Jack
1.7 lb (770 g)
7.76” x 3.15“ x 7.84” (197mm x 80mm 199mm)
DC 12V 2.0A
24 Watts (Bright Mode)
90 Days Limited Parts and Labor
What's in the Box
This package includes the Optoma PT100 projector, power supply and Composite RCA cable.
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50 ANSI Lumens
2500 ANSI Lumens
|2300 ANSI Lumens|
Up to 100” and 800:1 contrast ratio
Up to 300” and 3000:1 contrast ratio
|Up to 300” and 2500:1 contrast ratio|
Native WVGA (854 x 480)
|SVGA (800 x 600)||Native WXGA (1280 x 800)|
7.76” x 3.15” x 7.84” and 1.7 lbs.
|12.76” x 3.82” x 9.21” and 6.5 lbs.||12.76” x 3.82” x 9.21” and 6.5 lbs.|
Inputs and output
VGA, Composite Video, Audio
VGA-In, S-Video, Composite
|HDMI, VGA-In, S-Video, Composite Video, Stereo RCA Audio-In, Stereo Audio-Out and RS-232|
One 1.5 Watt Speaker
|Two 5-Watt Speakers||Two 5-Watt Speakers|
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AC Power Adapter
Ezpro 600/610/615h/680/702/ 705/710/718 Vga 6ft Cable
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Top Customer Reviews
I admit my main draw to this projector was the price - which was less than a mere bulb for your average projector - and the fact that THIS bulb would never need to be replaced, as it was powered by LEDs. I dove headlong into purchasing the projector knowing full well LEDs couldn't replace the luminescence of a metal-halide bulb, but the lure of never having to shell out $300 every year or two couldn't be denied, and I was willing to take a chance on the 50(!!) lumen output.
Now here, we get to one of the main points I uncovered from doing projector research: ALWAYS be extremely wary of no-name projectors. You probably already knew that, but pay particular attention to the "brightness" department. Many list their brightness as 400lm, or sometimes even 1000+ lumens, or worse yet, not at all. This isn't very scientific, to be sure, but if in doubt, try and see if you can find a Youtube video or the like demonstrating the projector. After seeing various nameless LED Chinese projectors on Youtube and comparing them to legit 1000 lumen projectors, it seems pretty obvious their brightness stats are a little inflated (not to mention, if the typical Samsung or LG LED projector projects at 200lm... you gotta wonder). I say this because I noticed that with a 50 lumen output, this projector really seems to be a lame duck when considering no-name eBay projectors have an alleged 1200 lumens for the same price.Read more ›
I liked this projector for playing games and watching movies in a very dark room with an image size of about 40 inches. There's a bit of lag on the refresh, but games that don't have a lot of full-screen quick motion should play just fine. This will also do a rear-projection setup too! It has a very low power requirement, about 1.5 watt @ 120VAC (mine worked at 78VAC for hours, no problems!)and it's pretty quiet. Not very good for use as a presentation projector. Better overall, than I though it would be. Could replace a tv that's smaller than 25 inches. It would also be an okay display solution for someone deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan.
Features that I liked:
You can switch between inputs without unplugging anything. There's an option to flip the image horizontally (for rear projection) and vertically (for upside down mounting). It's pretty quiet and only draws ~1.5 watts at 120 volts. Indecently, the power in my building was regularly dropping down to about 78 volts AC for hours at a time and it still worked just fine. The power supply is very small, just a bit bigger than a small Snickers bar. There's an option for wide or standard screen mode.
Features that I felt were useless, or gave false hope:
There's a brightness adjustment that really only changes the color temp. They're not labeled warm, cool and other, but that's what they really are. The manual focus is easy to adjust. I have better than 20/20 vision uncorrected and I found that the upper left corner was never in focus with the rest of the screen, annoying. When using it with my little HP mini 210 the colors were always over saturated, the brightness options didn't help.Read more ›
I highly recommend the PT100 LED projector as an extremely portable supplemental
display for kids and the family.
The PlayTime projector has an extremely straight forward design - a couple video inputs,
front drop down foot for adjusting the projection angle, screw down rear foot for leveling
the image, focus ring and control panel buttons.
The control panel includes seven buttons - power, volume +/-, source, menu, and left/
right arrows for scrolling through the menu. The menu features adjustments for aspect
ratio, brightness, language preference, source selection and image orientation.
This less than 2 pound projector can be connected to a variety of AV sources through the
composite video input, to computers using the VGA input and to audio using RCA jacks.
Included in the carton is the projector, a power cable, RCA cables for L/R audio and
composite video, user guide and a 90 day warranty card.
The projector is bright enough to display an acceptable 30" diagonal image in rooms
with the lights on and a 60" diagonal image with the lights off. When you turn off the
lights the image looks great, not high resolution, but more than acceptable for kid friendly
movies and basic video games. I estimate the projector needs to be about 5 feet from a
wall to display a 30" diagonal wide-screen image and about 10 feet back to project a 60"
diagonal wide screen image.
The projector can run for hours and generates very little heat so you don't have to worry
about burning fingers or melting table tops.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works great still working after 4 years of use honestly the little maching that keeps on a ticking cuz I don't need a tv with this little guy easy to use and fun to play on and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by the wooly bull
I love this thing! Paired it up with a raspberry pi and some pc speakers since the sound is pretty bad on the mono speaker. Makes a great little kodi theatre for the bedroom. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bill Mahoney
I really want this to work but: I bought a refurbished one and it had white pixel issue, then I bought the new one and it will not recognize the inputs. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carmen Arzeno
The room needs to be dark for it to work and to get an 8'x4' screen you need to be 16' away to project that size but for the money well worth itPublished 13 months ago by An Amazon Customer