Summary: Got hot during use. Sometimes cut off during use. Sometimes malfunctioned image projection during use. Was still good enough to have until it just quit working. Image quality and sharpness were surprisingly good. Shortly before return-period would have expired, it died and I returned it.
Summary: I bought this projector for business purposes after reading stellar reviews. While very portable, the quality is poor, and it is not very level. I would recommend looking elsewhere for a top quality projector, as this one is simply not worth the money.
Summary: Purchased one of these for use when travelling, primarily for sharing powerpoint and screens with small working groups. While the form factor is fantastic for stowing in your carry-on, the presentation capabilities leave a lot to be desired.
Summary: The Optoma PK301 gets VERY hot. I just got it and I'm pretty sure it's gonna fry its insides pretty quick. I've tried to watch a movie through it's micro SD port but it's very choppy. As has been said, the sound is not worth having on. And it's not very bright either.
Summary: I wanted to give this product a good review. I like the convenience and efficiency of a projector in such a small package. However, after only a few months of use, the HDMI mini-port on my projector ceased operating. I was initially impressed by the responsiveness of technical support.
Summary: I ordered this to use as a projector thats easy to transport as I offer training classes/presentations which have me in different hotel conference rooms and other odd locations. The projector is small and compact but it is not nearly as bright as advertised, unless you have the lights off in the...
Summary: I ordered this and promptly returned it after having it for only a couple of days. The light source is not bright enough. The room must be completely dark to be able to see it the projected image. Also, note the native resolution; 854 X 480 while the specs mention a maximum of 1280 X 800.
Summary: I'll start this review with a disclaimer. I'm a geek. This means I did a ton of research on the PK301 Pico Projector from Optoma before purchasing it through Amazon. In theory, it's a cool toy. However, some basic production faults sabotage any realistic use of this projector.
Summary: Bought one of these in Feb 2010 for presentations. Easy to set up and image very good from a MacBook Pro. The tripod is a joke though, you need a proper camera tripod and an extension lead to make any real use of this item.
Summary: Bought this for a colleague in India who was going to buy some local tat for the same price. However, after following the instructions and fully charging the unit before first use, he was very disappointed that the battery only lasted about 15mins.