Picture was clear
At a retail price of $230, this projector is worthy of consideration if you are not planning on upgrading to the new iPhone in the near future. It offers a clear picture with some added flare and attitude. This consumer has a shiny new gadget riding shotgun to her beloved iPhone 4s.
Easy to use
To some up the PK201 I would have to say that this Pico met most of my expectations and Optoma really has been the clear winner in my opinion based on all the Pico projectors that I have reviewed. They have managed to keep the prices fairly in line with compareable projectors, although their prices are a little higher than most manufacturers. The dimensions of the projector, coupled with its well laid out control panel and menu system, make it a very easy to use projector.
18 ANSI lumens of light output
With 18 ANSI lumens of light output, there is sufficient image brightness for a variety of uses. With major improvements over the prior model, the PK201 is a fully featured projector that you can carry around in a pocket and forget it is there. Portable media is becoming ubiquitous; if you have ever wished you could fit a 14" (or larger) display in your pocket, I would highly recommend the Optoma PK201.
Genuinely fits into your pocket
It's actually the PK201's tiny size that most defines our overall opinion of it as a product. For while Optoma's PK301 and Samsung's H03 perform better and, in the Samsung's case, also represent better value, if you're after a relatively casual projector that genuinely fits into your pocket as easily as an iPhone, it's well worth considering.
Lightweight and compact
The Optoma PK201 is an entry-level pico projector with a resolution of 854 x 480 in 16:9 widescreen format. Announced at CES 2010 in Las Vegas, this projector is designed for users on the go. Users can share videos, photos and graphics in just about any location with this device.
Optoma's Playtime PT100 is an impressive little projector with a rock-bottom price. It is one of the least expensive ways to put a bright, vibrant picture on the wall at a reasonable diagonal size for video games or movies. While it is built for games, it can serve double duty for film and video anywhere you need it. It is certainly not perfect, and it offers almost no picture adjustments. But for less than $200, it is a great little projector.
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