Optoma launch the PK301 pico projector in the UK

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PK301 projector.jpgOptoma are launching their brightest pico projector, the PK301, in the UK. First spotted at January’s CES event, the 120 x 70 x 30mm unit can throw out images up to 120 inches in size.

A MicroSD slot allows for up to 32GB of removable storage space with the PK301, whilst connectivity options include mini HDMI, VGA and USB.

Whilst the WVGA (854 x 480) pixel resolution is nothing to write home about, the tiny size and 250g weight make it a perfect portable device for those regularly travelling to make presentations.

“The Optoma Pico PK301 is probably the most impressive Pico projector on the market today,” commented Product Manager, Richard Stamper.  “With impressive resolution and brightness the PK301 is an essential business tool, brilliantly handling and projecting highly professional looking PowerPoint ® slides, photo and video files.  After work, you’ll be watching movies at up to 120 inches using the HDMI input or the built in memory.”

Available from selected UK retailers and online stores from June 2010, you can pick up the PK301 projector for £349. For more info, visit the Optoma website.

Gerald Lynch
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  • I have reviewed this product on my site. Overall it’s a great device, but has few flaws like poor battery life for instance. HDMI input on it kicks ass though… I never have compatibility problems with portable projector anymore.

  • This looks like a great product. There is certainly a mrket for small projectors that provide impressive outputs.
    This product is similar to the Adapt 450 Pro, which has 100 lumens, connectivity to USB, SD card, VGA and AV. Impressively, it is the worlds first mini LED projector to have digital tv on board and packs 2x 2w speakers for great sound.

    This projector can fit into the palm of your hand, and packs 800 x 600 resolution, 4:3 and widescreen aspect ratio and comes with a 1.5 hr external battery.
    It’s available exclusively at Personal Projector.

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