Summary: I bought the Optima PK301 as I travel a lot and give classroom presentations, thinking that I would not have to lug around my full size projector. Although Th Optoma is nice to carry, using it in the classroom presents some challenges.
Summary: I found this projector to be easy to use, lightweight and portable. It replaces the large projector's I have had to carry around and provides clear images on a big screen. Works very well in small to medium sized rooms.
Summary: I bought this product about 12 months. it is a good portable product. small and very good for 2 to 5 people small presentation meeting. the downside is the focus is manual adjustable and sometime is hard. my battery died after 90 days and it costs $34 to replaced it on amazon.com;
Summary: I purchased this almost two years ago for occasional media sharing at work and for watching movies with friends. It's an impressive little projector, very bright in low light. At 50 lumens I have no complaints; it looks pretty good and in complete darkness it's amazing.
Summary: Well, I was looking for something affordable, easy to carry, with some quality for small group presentations, such as meetings and classes. It fits my needs. I use with my Ipad 2 and my Laptop. PowerPoint slides look OK and music videos that I projected with it seemed Ok as well.
Summary: The tiny size of this projector is great for my needs, and the type of picture it projects is satisfactory. However, it is absolute frustration trying to figure out how to use it. The Getting started instructions are sparse and give erroneous instructions about where to find the registration number...
Summary: I have had this now for about two weeks. I bought it to use when I teach lessons away from my school where there is no TV available. I teach English and I wanted to be able to use video podcasts for kids to help make the lessons more fun and interesting.
Summary: I use this projector for video and image files. In my opinion, it is best suited for impromptu displays for groups of 5 people or less. I always load all my materials on a 16GB class 6 Micro SD card which I leave plugged into the projector.
Summary: I've been using the PK301 in my bedroom for about a month now. Overall I'm happy with it but I do sometimes wonder if I'd have been better off just getting a "regular" projector for a tiny bit more and using that instead.