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Optoma launches updated PK-102 pico projector

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Fri September 11, 2009

Updated PK-102 projector gets music playback

Optoma has began shipping its PK-102 pico projector, its successor to the existing PK-101. Like the PK-101, the PK-102 uses DLP technology and has the same 480x320 resolution and ability to project images up to 60 inches in size. Unlike the PK-101, however, it now has 4GB of built-in storage space and the capability to play back MP3 files from its built-in speaker. At the same time, the PK-102 doubles the contrast ratios of the PK-101 to 2,000:1.

Either Optoma pico projector can connect to iPod and iPhones through the included iPod adapter, and there is a standard RCA to minijack cable to connect to other sources. The lithium ion battery is said to offer up to 1.5 hours of battery life.

The PK-102 is now available at Amazon, priced at just short of $260. The PK-101 is also still offered, priced at about $221. [via PicoProjector-Info]







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  1. MicroProjector5

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Second generation already

    Its mad how there is already second generation pico projectors out - before we know it this technology is going to be 3rd/4th generation and totally kick a**!

    Mick
    Micro Projector 5

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