Trust Me, I Have A Projector In My Pocket !

I’m not kidding. You can have a projector in your pocket, if you are a proud owner of Optoma’s Pico Pocket Projector. You may get confused at first sight of this sleeky design. It gives no clue to figure out that it is indeed a Projector. It is so compact and simple. It fits your pocket comfortably.

Author’s Note :

Don’t expect an image quality that matches top-class projectors, because it was not designed to do so. Overall, this is a cool gadget for everyone.

Things are getting smaller and smaller now-a-days. Let it be Apple’s New iPod Shuffle or Sony’s VAIO Laptop series. Everyone want to see things in a light and compact way. Now it is time for Optoma for making a new entry in Projectors category. Optoma’s Pico pocket projector is one of its kind. I really got confused whether to believe it is a phone or a projector. For me, they both look alike. Ha ha ! Lets discuss about the specifications of Optoma’s Pico pocket projector.

Optoma's Pico Pocket Projector
Optoma's Pico Pocket Projector

Following are some of the mind-blowing specifications and configurations

  • Type : Digital Light Processing (DLP) Projection Technology
  • Resolution : 567i / 480i (can extend upto 60-inches)
  • Connectivity : Composite, Mini USB Port (for charging only)
  • Inbuilt Speakers : 0.5 watt
  • Contrast Ratio : 1000 : 1
  • Battery Life : Two hours of projection on single battery life
  • Lamp Life : 20,000 hours
  • Dimensions : 0.6 x 2 x 4.1 inches
  • Weight : 115 grams
  • Price : Rs. 28,100 + Taxes
  • Warranty : Two Years

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Pradeep Kumar

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9 thoughts on “Trust Me, I Have A Projector In My Pocket !”

  1. wow..very nice projector..

    Whether we can use it for commercial purpose ??
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  2. >Battery Life : Two hours of projection on single battery life
    I think this information only applies it it’s disconnected from USB while projecting, which seems not to make much sense. Thanks.

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