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Optoma bring PK201 Pico Pocket Projector. Palm-Sized Versatile Performer – Optoma’s PK201 Pico pocket projector takes on-the-go projection to the next level. Ideal for mobile business presentations or sharing entertainment with friends, the palm-sized PK201 performs powerfully with 20 ANSI lumens and 16:9 WVGA widescreen resolution. The mini HDMI port provides carefree connectivity to your favorite device.This is an Amazon’s product review. Checkout more detail bellow.

Product Features:

  • MicroSD card slot allows for memory expansion up to 16 GB
  • Project large widescreen images of up to 66 inches diagonal
  • LED light source lasts over 20,000 hours while producing excellent color
  • Full assortment of I/O ports, including USB, VGA, HDMI and video, allow for easy connection to most analog or digital devices
  • Female USB adapter – project images and videos from USB flash drives, Component video for higher quality video and gaming

Technical Details:

  • Brand Name: Optoma
  • Model: PK201
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Width: 6.1 centimeters
  • Depth: 11.2 centimeters
  • Height: 1.7 centimeters
  • Weight: 1.50 pounds


Projector TypeDLP®Computer CompatibilityWXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, VESA, PC and Macintosh Compatible
with included VGA adapter
ResolutionNative WVGA (854 x 480)Video Input CompatibilityNTSC, PAL, SDTV (480i), EDTV (480p), HDTV (720p, 1080i)
Maximum ResolutionWXGA (1280 x 800) through VGA adapter; HD (1080i) through HDMIMemory28 MB internal; microSD slot supports up to 16 GB SDHC
Brightness (Typical)20 ANSI lumens Bright modeVideo File CompatibilityAVI, MOV, MP4, 3GP (Common video formats are converted using
Optoma Pico Video Encoder*)
Contrast Ratio2000:1 (Full On/Full Off)Image File CompatibilityJPEG, BMP (PowerPoint files are converted using Optoma
Pico Video Encoder*)
Light SourceLED (RGB); Estimated life of over 20,000 hoursAudio File CompatilbiltyAAC, MP3, PCM, ADPCM, WMA, OGG
Throw Ratio2.2:1 (Distance/Width)I/O Connectors24-pin Universal Port, 2.5mm jack AV Input (Composite Video and
Stereo Audio-In), Micro USB, Mini HDMI, microSD socket, 3.5 mm
Audio-Out jack, DC Input jack
Projection Distance
Image Size (Diagonal)
10″; to 126″;
5″ to 66″; (16:9 native)
Weight5.6 oz (159g) with battery
Aspect Ratio16:9 native; 4:3 compatibleDimensions (W x H x D)2.4″; x 0.7″; x 4.6″; (60.6 x 16.6 x 117.7mm)
BatteryLi-ion Rechargeable (3.7V, 1410mAh)Noise LevelSilent (No fans or moving parts)
Battery LifeUp to 1 hourWarranty1 Year Limited Parts and Labor, 90 Days on Battery
Displayable Colors100% NTSC Color GamutStandard AccessoriesPower Adapter, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, Male USB Cable,
Standard A/V Cable (RCA to Mini-Jack), Universal to VGA Cable, Bag
AudioOne 0.5-Watt Speaker, Headphone-OutOptional AccessoriesiPod Kit with A/V Connector, Universal to Component Cable, Universal
to Female USB Cable, Additional Standard Battery, Mini HDMI to
HDMI Cable

Connects to:
* iPod, iPhone & iTouch with included bundled connection kit.
* Camcorders, DV-Cams and Digital Cameras enabled with standard composite AV Out with included composite cable
* DVD Players and other video players enable with standard composite AV Out with included composite cable.

That’s all about the Optoma PK201. This Pocket Projector is available in You can directly order or Buy form here.

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  1. Jonathan Says:

    I plugged it into my Mac (OS 10.6), and I thought it would automatically work as a separate monitor, but it doesn’t. I’m connecting via the USB connection. Do I need to get a mini-hdmi connector? When I plug it in, the PK201 settings screen on the projector goes blank.

    Thanks for any thoughts.

    Posted on November 11th, 2011 at 12:02 PM

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