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Very bright for its size.
Integrated USB port.
Lots of input options.
Ships with a padded pocket pouch.
Can run from a battery.
Accurate focusing ring.
Only weighs half a pound.
Connects to both computers and video devices.
Audio out for headset or speakers.
HDMI to mini HDMI cable costs extra.
Pictures arenít very sharp or colourful.
Runs noisily on full brightness.
Fiddly focus ring
Short battery life.
50 ANSI lumens.
No composite video cable included..
VGA cable may be too short.
By ConsumerSearch on September 01, 2011
The Optoma PK301 carries many of the features of a larger projector in a tiny package, and even its styling resembles that of a much larger machine, several reviewers note. They praise the PK301's crisp, smooth images, multiple inputs, relatively...
By 5FWD on November 08, 2010
One of the better pico projectors around, undoubtedly – but you still have to trade off a lot in performance terms for that pocket-friendly size.Best offers for the Optoma PK301 Pico ProjectoreBay.co.uk £299.00 Pixmania £299.00 Misco...
By Maximum PC on September 15, 2010
The Optoma PK301 projector’s brightness is at least as compelling as the 3M MPro150’s integrated software suite. Road warriors never know what type of environment they’ll be making their pitch in, and the PK301 is much more forgiving...
By Projectors at Projector Reviews on September 02, 2010
The PK301's price point is on the more expensive side with a MSRP $399. Although you can get Pico projectors for a lot less money, you generally don't get as many features, and brightness is usually much less. Not to mention the resolution of...
By ProjectorCentral on August 04, 2010
The Optoma PK-301's combination of aspect ratio and brightness put it in a unique class by itself. With a list price of $399 and very fine video and data images, it is well suited for those who do widescreen presentations, or want to watch movies at...
By Stuff.tv on August 01, 2010
A vast improvement on its predecessor and still charmingly small, but a lack of brightness means it’s still restricted to a life in dark rooms...
By LaptopMag on July 19, 2010
This pico projector is small, sleek, and bright, but a high price and short battery life knock it down a...
By techcrunch.com on July 01, 2010
I’d recommend the PK301, but at $400 it really is quite expensive for what it’s providing — not to mention the fact that I didn’t find it to be much brighter than the PK201. Add to this their short battery life and it seems to me that you’ve got a great...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
This product is compact, lightweight and has a lot of great...
By PC Mag on April 26, 2010
The Optoma PK301 Pico Pocket Projector is the brightest pico projector yet, but it's a study in tradeoffs between brightness and size, weight, and battery life. Buy it...
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