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Small Projector Has Big Memory

Optoma® Technology, Inc. has introduced the  PK102, the world's smallest battery powered DLP® projector, weighing just 4.4 ounces.  With 4GB of internal memory, enough to hold 6,000 pictures or eight hours of video, the new Pico PK102 allows  content sharing 
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Optoma® Technology, Inc. has introduced the PK102, the world's smallest battery-powered DLP® projector, weighing just 4.4 ounces. With 4GB of internal memory, enough to hold 6,000 pictures or eight hours of video, the new Pico PK102 allows content-sharing directly from the internal memory or from USB memory keys and other external memory card readers. It can also connect to an iPod, smartphone, digital camera, or other device with video output and show videos, photos or presentations playing on these devices. The Pico's dimensions are 4" long x 2" wide x 0.6" thick.


For more information, visit www.optomausa.com.

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