Optoma PK320 Pico Projector

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Ultra-portable battery-powered projector.

optoma-pk320Pros
Very Small
Can be battery-powered when needed
Ultra-portable

Cons
Short battery life (90 minutes)
Fairly low brightness
Doesn’t work effectively for screens larger than 6 feet

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Product Description

The Optoma PK320 Pico projector combines image quality and brightness demanded by presenters and movie-lovers with a palm-sized profile that lets you take it along wherever you may need it. Whether you want to deliver widescreen presentations, share graphics or watch a movie, Optoma’s PK320 Pico pocket projector provides projection power anywhere.

With a brightness of 100 Lumens and projecting images of up to 150 inches, the PK320 extends the functionality and usability of Optoma’s Pico projector line. This travel projector, which incorporates a cool metallic look, provides easy and flexible connectivity to a broad range of sources, including tablets, iPhones, DVD players, laptop computers, set top boxes and more.

Featuring Native widescreen WVGA resolution, the PK320 DLP travel projector lets you enjoy unlimited content playback at your fingertips with the on-board office viewer, microSD card slot, and HDMI and VGA connectivity. The PK320, which comes complete with a remote control, projects natively at 854×480 resolution and weighs in at half a pound.

This projector is very small and is definitely built for portability. The biggest advantage of this projector is the lithium ion battery that allows it to function without external power. The PK320 is great for people who travel a lot and need to give presentations, or for scenarios where there may be no power for short periods of time.

This is not the brightest projector, nor does it have the longest range. Its best application would be in a smaller and darker room. It is also worth noting that the projector is brighter when connected to a power source and goes into a dimmer power-saving mode when running from battery. The battery is meant to power the projector for at most 90 minutes.

Our recommendation is especially based on the following criteria:

Value Performance
The PK320 is a capable projector for a very specific scenario. The unit is very small and battery powered, which makes it great for single-use presentations or in environments with intermittent power situations.
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  1. Posted by Aaron Mason on July 22, 2013 in the categories: User Peripherals
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