Easy set up.
Small and compact.
Runs of batteries.
Decent video performance.
Amazingly small and pretty with it.
Shows dark scenes well.
Audio built in and not as horrific as expected.
Not a bad price for cutting-edge tech.
Crisp, bright display at distances up to about six feet.
Limited battery life.
No audio out jack.
Needs minor refinements.
Picture is woefully short of brightness, especially at larger image sizes.
Colors bleed occasionally.
Very limited video connectivity.
Needs a very dark room for best results.
By DV on December 09, 2009
email print ShareThis rss By Ned Soltz This one is fun. Connect your mobile device to the Optoma Pico PK101 and show pictures and videos anywhere! I recently needed to display video from my iPhone in a small setting. Simple. I just connected the...80
By CIOL on November 11, 2009
You may have a certain notion about projectors; that they're those clunky boxes used for making presentations in boardrooms. Recently, projectors specifically engineered for home movie use and ultra-portable sizes have been making waves. But...90
By TechTree on November 05, 2009
As far as portable projectors go, we have earlier seen solutions from LG and Acer that were quite impressive. Even though you had to plug it into a wall socket, being able to carry around a 60-inch screen in your pocket is simply brilliant. However, a...70
By BrightHub on September 08, 2009
A brief look at the projector by Optoma, a neat and compact projector which allows you to display photos or videos from any CVBS outputting device. If you’ve ever wanted to show photos or videos to friends or family while on the move, or even have...80
By Stuff.tv on July 18, 2009
It looks the part, but the Pico PK101’s devastating lack of brightness frequently renders it all but unusable...40
By Maximum PC on July 02, 2009
Honey, I shrunk the video projector! Optoma picked an appropriate moniker for its Lilliputian-size video projector. The Pico PK101 isn’t just small, it’s almost inconceivably tiny. It measures just 1.97 inches wide by 4.06 inches long by...70
By Macworld UK on June 22, 2009
Optoma started the pico projector craze last year, scooping everyone else with this model. The PK-101 is an attractive unit with a stylish feel, created by a combination of its tiny size and shiny plastic finish. It’s the smallest and lightest...60
By Good Gear Guide on April 20, 2009
Optoma’s diminutive projector makes a great travelling companion, despite somewhat fuzzy image projection....80
By Computeractive on April 07, 2009
A handy little projector, but quality isn’t good enough for much more than casual...60
By GadgetSpeak on March 20, 2009
This is the smallest projector I have seen; it is smaller than most mobile phones. However from two metres away it can display a bright clear image on any flat wall, in fact I even tried it on a ceiling but that would require you to be lying down on a...64