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Optoma PK301+ WVGA 854x480 DLP VGA HDMI portable Projector (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- A compact design and built-in media player - perfect for travelling and business meetings
- Staggering 120 inch images in bright, detailed WVGA resolution
- Direct connectivity - with HDMI, VGA and Composite interfaces
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|Display Resolution Max||854_x_480||1280_x_800||800_x_600||854_x_480|
|Image Contrast Ratio||3000:1||10000:1||15000:1||1500:1|
|Item Dimensions||7 x 12 x 3 cm||10.6 x 10.5 x 3.9 cm||31.6 x 22.81 x 10.36 cm||6.6 x 6.8 x 2.2 cm|
|Item Weight||235 grams||380 grams||2.1 kg||82 grams|
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Projection has never been such fun and so simple with the PK301+. Capable of up to an impressive 150 inch display and with built in speakers projection from the on-board memory or MicroSD card( MicroSD card not included) is incredibly easy to use. Alternatively you could connect directly to your laptop, netbook, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry Presenter or tablet PC using one of the many built in input connections. At just 235g and much smaller than the average paper back, PK301+ is the perfect mobile projector.
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I found the instructions a bit inadequate and searched elsewhere online for information, but got there in the end. I bought a microSD card to use with it, but so far haven't been able to get this to work. Also haven't yet been able to convert PowerPoint presentations using the included software, so we haven't used it independently of a laptop/iPad, although I will persevere with that.
We also bought a tri-pod and carrying case for it. The projector itself has a bag but it doesn't have space to keep cables etc inside it, so you need something to keep all the bits together.
1 it should have come with the little adjustable stand, not an extra, as Its almost useless without the stand.
2 it has no keystone correction, so you have to line it up as straight as possible.
3 it can play back movies from the SD card, but don't count on it. They either play slightly jittery or not at all. I think photos or presentations are more successful from the card.
4 The fan is relatively noisy, but turns off if you accept half brightness.
in summary, if want to travel to remote parts of Kenya to do presentations about the benefits of birth control - yes, buy one.
If you want a more reliable, robust home cinema projector, then think carefully. Maybe a cheaper 'normal' one that you buy spare bulbs for might be a better option.
On the specs.
A great buy very happy with this.
It works but it as a few issues. Wen you plug it with a vga cable the color comes out kind a green and the battery is completely dead!
I also didn't like that all the cables are very short and , as expected, the sound from the speaker is very weak.
But this projector really can give you a big screen and good screen (using hdmi cable)
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