- Product Dimensions: 2 x 11.7 x 6.1 cm ; 145 g
- Shipping Weight: 544 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: PK120
- ASIN: B004Z08SK0
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 5 2011
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #280,642 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Optoma PK120 DLP, 18 Lumen Pico Projector
- Truly Portable - Palm-Sized, Lightweight, And Rechargeable
- Uses Dlp Pico Imaging Technology And Also Boasts That The Led Light Source Lasts Over 20,000 Hours While Producing Excellent Color
- Movie, Photo And Ms Office File Direct Playback
- On-Board Memory And Microsd Card Slot Allows For Memory Expansion Up To 32 Gb
- Vga Cable Adapter Standard - Connect To Pcs And Laptops To Display Content
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Whoever said "you can't take it with you" has never experienced the PK120 Pico Projector. Store your business files on the 2GB on-board memory for professional presentations anywhere. Share your favorite memories and multimedia content with friends and family quickly and easily with up to 70-inch images. Do it all from one small powerful device.
From the Manufacturer
Share Life with Pico
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Whoever said "you can't take it with you" has never experienced the PK120 Pico projector. This palm-sized Pico projector brings all the portability and brightness of Optoma's Pico technology and combines it with features designed to deliver flexibility and usability to users. Store your business files on the 2GB on-board memory for professional presentations anywhere. Share your favorite memories and multimedia content with friends and family quickly and easily with up to 70-inch images. Do it all from one small powerful device.
Pint-Sized and Powerful
With the look and feel of a full-sized projector in a miniature package, the Optoma PK120 Pico projector unlocks content from a variety of sources, wherever you find yourself. A built-in media and Microsoft Office document viewer allows for PC-free playback of videos, presentations, documents and images.
The projector, which slips comfortably into a pocket, produces images of up to 70 inches for sharing in small groups gathered in a normally lit room. The PK120 delivers crisp and saturated images and can be used with just about any video source, including portable media players, smart phones, laptops and more. This projector provides quality images that will please anyone who requires mobile display or wants to share media while on the move.
Key Features and Benefits
Flexibility and Projection Quality in a Compact Package
Designed by the leader in LED-based Pico projection, the PK120 delivers vivid LED performance. LED brightness cannot be easily compared to lamp-based brightness. LED brightness lets users create larger images in rooms with more light while still allowing for easy viewing. With a wider color gamut than standard lamp projectors, the PK120 delivers more vivid colors.
Delivering native nHD resolution (640x360), this projector creates crisp, clear widescreen images of up to 70 inches on most surfaces. This DLP Pico projector allows users to share detailed presentations (with 2000:1 contrast ratio) without being hooked up to a computer.
The projector comes with 2GB on-board memory, while microSD support allows users to expand storage capacity to 32 GB with a microSD card (sold seperately).
Weighing in at less than five ounces and measuring a pocket-sized 4.6"W x 2.4"H x 0.8"D, the PK120 supports a number of video signals, including NTSC, PAL and SDTV (480i). Two 0.5-Watt speakers provide audio output.
Leading the DLP Market in the Americas
Optoma Technology is the leading manufacturer of Texas Instrument's DLP® projectors in North and South America. TI's DLP features multi-color processing to produce accurate and vibrant colors on the screen.
Optoma's product line offers products designed to meet the needs of any kind of user, from mobile professionals, gamers and home theater enthusiasts including those with large-venue applications. Designed and built to deliver reliability, usability and image quality, Optoma projectors help users get the most out of their digital content, encourage collaboration and communicate clearly and effectively. Optoma projectors are designed to provide the features that you need today and a path to grow into other capabilities as you need them.
Green by Design
As part of the Optoma ProJect Green™ program, Optoma's Pico projectors, which incorporate LED technology, have been designed and manufactured for eco-friendliness. These projectors:
DLP® Technology by Texas Instruments
Native nHD (640 x 360)
Brightness (Bright Mode)
18 LED Lumens Bright Mode
WXGA (1280 x 768) through VGA Adapter
2000:1 (Full On/Full Off)
Estimated life of over 20,000 hours
10" to 134"
Image Size (Diagonal)
5" to 70" (16:9 Native)
Battery Life (STD/Bright)
90+ Minutes / 50+ Minutes
Two 0.5-Watt Speakers
WXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, VESA, PC and Macintosh Compatible
Video Input Compatibility
NTSC, PAL, SDTV (480i)
Universal 24-Pin to VGA, 2.5mm AV Input Jack (Composite Video and Stereo
4.6" x 2.4" x 0.8" (117mm x 60mm x 21mm)
5 oz. with Battery (142g)
4W max (Bright Mode with Multimedia Function)
One-Year Limited Parts and Labor, 90-Day Battery
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What's in the Box?
This package includes the Optoma PK120 projector, universal- to-VGA cable, composite A/V cable (RCA to Mini-Jack), rechargeable Li-ion battery, AC power adapter, USB cable (Type A to Micro USB), bag and interchangeable cosmetic red and silver bezels.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
The disappointment for me is the proprietary input connector, which I could live with if optima actually produced input adapters for micro HDMI or MHL. If I could use my android phone/tablet as the source, then i'd have a literally pocket sized home theatre. As is, with only analog VGA/RCA inputs, my only portable source for media is my laptop, which I don't like travel with much these days, thanks to tablets. The miscro SD card source wouldn't read most of the formats I threw at it.
My mistake for not considering the impact of the limited inputs, but it would have made an okay device into an awesome one.