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Optoma's ML750 ultra-portable HD projector offers 700 LED lumens and HDMI and MHL support

Optoma's ML750 ultra-portable HD projector offers 700 LED lumens and HDMI and MHL support

By 22 January 2014

Onptoma has a new ultra-portable projector, the ML750 with 700 LED lumens. Featuring HDMI and MHL support for connection to mobile devices, laptops, PCs, game consoles and Blue-ray players, the ML750 works as a media player, native Office viewer, speaker... >>

Optoma's HD91 projector boasts full HD 3D and LED technology

Optoma's HD91 projector boasts full HD 3D and LED technology

By 9 January 2014

Optoma has a new projector that embraces 1080p LED technology and allows film buffs to experience 3D cinema in their own homes, called the HD91. The HD91 offers consistent brightness and colour performance, as well as a perceived brightness that is twice... >>

Optoma pk120 projector can blow up your iPhone

Optoma pk120 projector can blow up your iPhone

By 8 August 2011

When we say blow up your iPhone, what we actually mean is enlarge its screen by 70 inches and project it onto a wall.  The Optoma pk120 is the latest pocket-sized pico projector to feature iPhone, iPad and iPod touch support. It also comes complete with... >>

Optoma 3D-XL is world's first 3D projector adaptor

Optoma 3D-XL is world's first 3D projector adaptor

By 29 October 2010

Optoma is set to bring affordable 3D to the masses with the world's first 3D projector adaptor. The 3D-XL will be compatible with 14 of Optoma's current models and will also work with all DLP Link compatible projectors such as those from Acer and Benq.... >>

Optoma launches media friendly PK201 pico pocket projector

Optoma launches media friendly PK201 pico pocket projector

By 15 June 2010

Optoma has followed up its popular pico projector pair the PK101 and the PK102 (that's a whole lot of Ps) with the PK201. What happened to PK103-PK200 is anybody's guess. The PK201 weighs in at a mere 160g but is capable of projecting onto a display surface... >>

Optoma Pico PK102 pico projector
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Optoma Pico PK102 pico projector

By 24 May 2010

Even if you have home cinema ambitions and deep pockets, there's no denying that projectors are just too cumbersome for many. Optoma's latest pocket-sized LED projector might promise great things for home entertainment in the long run, but for now this... >>

Optoma launches Pico PK102 projector

Optoma launches Pico PK102 projector

By 13 April 2010

Optoma has launched a follow-up to its rather popular Pico PK101 projector. The tiny device has been upgraded in several ways from its older brother, and as a result now bears a PK102 namebadge. It now contains 4GB of internal memory, and can plug straight... >>

Optoma announces HD20 home projector

Optoma announces HD20 home projector

By 11 August 2009

Optoma has announced a new home cinema projector - the HD20 - which is says is the first native 1080p projector that costs less than £900. It pumps out 1700 lumens, and has a 500:1 ANSI contrast ratio. The company says that should make it bright enough... >>

Optoma shows off 3D projector

Optoma shows off 3D projector

By 25 June 2009

Optoma has been showing off a 3D projector to allcomers at CEDIA in London, and reckons that it'll be able to bring one to market before the end of the year. The model it's being showing off is the HD65, which is 720p. It's available right now in a non-3D... >>

VIDEO: BBC shows off its "Blue Room" full of gadgets

VIDEO: BBC shows off its "Blue Room" full of gadgets

By 12 June 2009

We're feeling jealous. Although the Pocket-lint stronghold is full of gadgets, it's not as packed-to-the-brim with tech toys as the BBC's incredible "Blue Room" facility, which it uses for staff training. The Blue Room exists so that BBC personnel can... >>