Optoma has unveiled two new pico projectors at the CES 2012 event this month: the PK320 and the ML300.
The PK320 claims to provide a new standard in smaller projectors, clocking in at just eight ounces but still managing to deliver screens of up to 150 inches in widescreen WVGA format with a 100 ANSI lumen light engine.
The gadget is being aimed at business users and others who want the benefit of a small device that is still “packed full of features”.
Meanwhile, the ML300 boasts 300 lumens of light and an LED projection system that is capable of delivering images of up to 160 inches in size.
It is slightly larger, but this means it can fit in more features, including two GB of internal memory, Office Viewer software and a microSD slot that supports up to 32 GB of additional storage. This makes it capable of displaying most Microsoft Office files, as well as past versions of software such as PowerPoint, Adobe PDF and many of the most common video file formats.
Jon Grodem, senior director of product and marketing for Optoma, commented: “Because of its combination of power and size, the ML300 projector could very easily become the standard for on-the-go executives or anyone wanting mobility.”