Summary: Having never owned a pico projector before, I was intrigued by the idea of them. My old projector has a blown bulb, and instead of spending another $300 for a new bulb I decided I would give this a whirl.
Summary: Definitely works as advertised - I use it at night at our house to watch movies and it is great - tried using it for a class I teach during the day but not bright enough for students to see any detail
Summary: I've been using the PK301 for a year now, and recently have gotten a chance to use the PK320. Both have similar image qualities (same resolution, WVGA), but the PK320 is brighter, allowing you to make a bigger screen at a given light level.
Summary: Works exactly as advertised. Battery life makes it practical to take anywhere. Picture is clear and sharp out to six feet. For impromptu presentations it works exactly as the manufacturer advertised. Worth the money.
Summary: It works very well. I use it in my classrooms or where necessary with a tablet. Don't forget to buy a mini-hdmi to hdmi cable to use it. So easy tu use and to configurate. It's not a big deal at 400$ but the quality/price ratio is acceptable.
Summary: Great piece of kit - purchased on the fact that it could run on batteries for a decent period of time. It is an amazingly small peice of kit, but there are a couple of points which let it down - it requires a large bag to carry all the paraphaneilia e.g power cable, adaptor, USB cables etc so it's...