Optoma Pico Pocket Projector

Dare I ask if this thing will be able to turn any wall into an arcade? How compatible is this with video games?

how much are new bulbs

I thought it said “Pocket Protector” :shrug:

Even the product website here doesn’t list this model’s resolution.

http://www.optomausa.com/Product_detail.asp?product_id=399&itemno=EPPK101

apple review http://store.apple.com/us/product/TV748ZM/A

Composite only. No VGA, and once again, no resolution posted.

Not to mention:

“Note: This configuration does not connect to notebook computers, PCs, PDAs, cell phones or other devices unless the device has composite output. Please make sure to consult your device’s owner’s manual.”

So why would I buy this?

Review.

AND…resolution is listed as 640x480.

Here is the resolution according to this site - http://www.projectorcentral.com/Optoma_Pico_PK-101_DLP_Projector_Review.htm

The Optoma Pico PK-101 DLP Projector (MSRP $399.99) has a native 640 x 480
Optoma Pico PK-101 DLP Projector Accessories
resolution (VGA) and uses an LED light source with an estimated life of 20,000 hours. A fully charged battery should give you about 70 minutes of usage in high-brightness mode.

If it’s composite only, we can pretty much assume the resolution is 480i.

But your VHS tapes will never look any better!

Bulbs are NOT replaceable so dependent on how long someone had it prior to refurbishment it may have much less than 20000 hours

I use it with my Wii, and it works great. The picture isn’t quite perfect; it gets pixelated over long distances, and the room needs to be pretty dark. But I personally love it…

To see it in action, go here:

Light source life: Approx. 20,000 hours

via apple.com and the description of it in the store

Let’s go to Amazon

froogle

yes thats new NOT refurbished

I noticed that too. I guess it is really bad.

Is this compatible with the iPhone 4?

According to PCmag review
[link]http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2335583,00.asp[/link]
its 480x320