60 inches in your pocket for a big screen experience on the move
Optoma Corporation (November 10, 2008)–Optoma has unveiled the ultimate in pico projectors, which is the world’s smallest and lightest projector of its type, and the first to use DLP technology to guarantee remarkable image quality. Home Cinema sized viewing from personal media players, mobile phones, PDAs, cameras and gaming devices finally becomes a reality. Optoma will officially launch possibly the first and probably the smallest palm-sized, self-contained, battery-operated, Pico projector.
Small and light at just 80g (without battery), yet also strong and durable, the battery-operated Optoma Pico Pocket Projector enables users to share images and videos from their media devices at up to a maximum of 60''–incredible from a device small and light enough to be comfortably carried in a pocket or handbag. With a highly competitive battery life of two hours, this gives plenty of time to view an entire movie on one charge or get through an extended meeting.
Based around the latest LED illumination advances and DLP® imaging technology, Optoma have used their considerable expertise to produce the Optoma Pico Pocket Projector to combine clear, vivid, high contrast images with a 20,000 hour lamp life, long battery life and simple operation.
The Optoma Pico Projector will be available worldwide in early Nov., 2008.
Weight 80g (without battery)
Dimensions W50mm (2”) D103mm (3”) H15mm (1/2”)
Projection distance Min 0.25 - Max 2.6m
Image size 0.15 – 1.5m (6 – 60”)
Imaging technology DLP®
Lamp technology LED
Lamp life 20,000 Hours
Contrast ratio 1000:1
Battery life up to 2 hours
Speaker 0.5w x1