Summary: It's great, so small and easy to use. The only disadvantage is that you need a dark room in order to see what you project properly. The rest, is great. Pity it doesn't support certain types of files, but it's no surprise since it's explicited in the prospect.
Summary: It is hard to believe the results of this little thing. Obviously it does not produce the quality of image of bigger higher priced projectors, but the image it does produce is clear and hard to beat for the price/size of the projector.
Summary: I love the Optoma PK301. It does what I wanted it to. Provides excellent portability for video and powerpoint presentations. Brightness not the greatest, but better than expected. Video conversion is a bit tricky at first. Learning curve with very poor written instruction manual about video conversion and loading. Must buy micro sd card as internal memory not sufficient for much of anything. Would buy again unless technology outraces this units life.
Summary: The projector works beautifully. Other than the instructions being somewhat unclear - in fact pretty bad - it is a great buy. I would like to see a longer cable with the unit but the price makes it worthwhile.
"Best for home videos and perfect for HD movies/videos"
19 February 2012
Pros: All kind of connections you may need. good picture and best of the line with 50 lumens brightness (with main power adaptor)
Cons: unable to get advantage of USB charging while projecting. very light. battery quality/life very low. some people complaining white dots on the display after some times. (i'm using it since August 2011 and no such complain)
Summary: I'm a big gadget guy, and I've been wanting a pico projector for quite some time. I was finally able to justify purchasing one when I got a job as a teacher. It's a relatively small school, and not every class room has a projector, but I often have multimedia I want to show the class. This fits that purpose pretty well. The most obvious advantage is its size.