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PK320...Perfect for Business and Pleasure
  • Native office reader, up to a staggering 150" images
  • Perfect for travelling and business meetings - compact design and built-in media player with microSD card slot (for up to 32GB capacity)
  • Projects for up to 1.5 hours using its internal battery or an amazing 5 hours with the optional extended battery pack
  • Direct connectivity with your device – HDMI, VGA and Composite
Present a winning presentation with the powerful and lightweight PK320. With built-in speakers and up to an impressive 150” display you can now project your presentations without the need of a laptop. Control your presentation using the remote control making the PK320 the ideal travel companion.

Play back Microsoft Office, Adobe PDF files, photos, music and videos directly from the on-board 1GB memory or microSD card – without the need to convert them. Alternatively connect it to your laptop, netbook, Apple device or tablet PC conveniently using Mini HDMI, VGA and AV inputs for ultimate flexibility*.

With a battery life of 1.5 hours or increased to 5 hours with the optional high-capacity battery, the PK320 is the ideal projector for the business user on the move, helping you to give a great impression and winning you business wherever you are. When you’ve finished business for the day it’s great for entertainment too, share your favourite photos and video clips with family and friends. Connect to games consoles so everyone can join in the fun.

*iPod®, iPhone® & iPad® adaptor and microSD card sold separately. Apple adaptor not compatible with new lightning connector.
PK320 - A Great presentation tool for business and pleasure…
For Sales
Sharing Ideas
On the road
After hours
Show winning presentations using your Microsoft® PowerPoint, Word, or Excel office files.
Your friends and family with multimedia entertainment.
PK320 Specification

File Formats

Microsoft PowerPoint (ppt, pptx), Word (doc, docx), Excel (xls, xlsx), Adobe (pdf)
avi, mov, mp4, 3gp, cmb, ts, flv, wmv, asf
Jpeg, bmp
mp3, acc, asf, wma, flac, ra, ogg, wav
File specification, please see user manual, downloadable from the on board PK320 memory.


microSD Card Slot (up to 32GB)
Mini HDMI - HDMI Input
Universal I/O - VGA Input (cable supplied)
AV In - Composite and Audio Input L&R RCA (cable supplied)
Micro USB - file transfer & charging (cable supplied)
Devices require a suitable video output (HDMI/VGA/Composite) for use with the Optoma PK320.


120 x 70 x 30mm (W x D x H)
Up to 1.5 hours* (ECO mode)
150” (381cm)
80” (203cm)
Phone Compatibility
3.5mm Phone Connection Kit – compatible with Nokia and Samsung mobile phones
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
  • Nokia C6-01
  • Nokia C7 Smartphone
  • Nokia E6 Smartphone
  • Nokia E6 Smartphone
  • Nokia N79
  • Nokia N8 Smartphone
  • Nokia N82
  • Nokia N85
  • Nokia N86 8MP
  • Nokia N9
  • Nokia N95
  • Nokia N96
  • Nokia N97
  • Nokia Oro
  • Nokia X6
  • Samsung Galaxy S i9000 [Sprint version does not support TV out]
Content and Optional Accessories


Remote Control
Carry Case
USB Cable
VGA Cable
Power Adapter (EU & UK)
AV Cable

Optional Accessories

Phone Connection:
See website for compatibility
iPad/iPod/iPhone Apple connection kit
Optional high capacity battery (Xpal XP8000) available from online retailers
Up to 5 hours* (ECO mode)
Up to 2.5 hours* (BRIGHT mode)



PC Advisor - “The best choice for business travelers”
“The Optoma PK320 may be small, but this pico projector is no lightweight when it comes to features for both business and leisure. It's the only projector in our latest review group that comes with an analog VGA cable (to support older laptops), a remote control, and a built-in viewer for Microsoft Office documents.”
Projector Central
“the Optoma PK320 is a new 100-lumen pico projector that should interest you. It is small, light, and full-featured”

“For such a small projector, the PK320 does very well in putting up saturated and evenly balanced color”

“With the widest range of inputs among the pico projectors in the 100-lumen category, Optoma's PK320 gives its owner a great deal of versatility at a modest price”


PC Magazine
PC Magazine - Best Projector
Display TechnologyDLP® / LED
Native ResolutionWVGA 854 x 480
Brightness1 (Bright Mode)100 LED Brightness*
Noise Level (Eco mode)25dB
Native Aspect Ratio4:3
Weight (kg)0.25
I/O Connectorsmini HDMI connector, Universal I/O - VGA, AV-Input - Composite and Audio In L&R RCA, Audio Out 3.5mm
Throw Ratio1.8:1
Projection Screen Sizeup to 150"
Supported File Formats
Video:avi, mov, mp4, 3gp, cmb, ts, flv, wmv, asf
Photo:Jpeg, bmp
Projection Distance0.2 – 6.0m
Lamp Life (Eco/Bright Mode)20,000 hours LED Life
Dimensions (W x D x H) (mm)120 x 70 x 30mm
Standard AccessoriesUniversal Cable - VGA Input, AV Cable - Composite & Audio Input, USB Cable
Optional AccessoriesNokia® Connection Kit (N79, N82, N85, N95, N96, C7), Apple®Connection Kit - iPhone®, iPod®, iPad®, Tripod, XP8002 High-Capacity Battery Pack
RechargingPower adaptor or USB (USB power cable suplied)
Speaker (Watts)1 Watt
Battery LifeUp to 1.5 hours* (ECO mode), Optional External Battery, up to 5 hours*
VGA\USB InMicro USB - file transfer & charging (cable supplied)
Memory1GB Internal Memory, microSD Card Slot (up to 32GB)

*The quoted LED brightness rating is based on the perceived equivalent ANSI lumen brightness when compared to a standard lamp projector. The LED brightness rating takes into account the Helmholtz–Kohlrausch (HK) effect on the perceived brightness of colours..


Pico Frequently Asked Questions

How do I save presentation files so I can play them back directly from my PK102, PK201 & PK301 projector.

If you are running PowerPoint, you can save the presentation as a series of jpeg image files contained in a folder. Do this by selecting File?Save as?Save as type: JPEG File Interchange Format. PowerPoint will save your presentation in a folder with the same name as the original file. Move that folder to your Pico’s memory via USB and you will be able to play the individual slides back as a photo slideshow from the “Photo” icon. Do not choose “Presentation”.

If you are running Keynote, you can also save the presentation as a series of jpeg images. Create a folder on your Mac with the title of your presentation. Select File?Export?Images and save all the slides in the JPEG format to the folder that you created. Move that folder to your Pico’s memory via USB and you will be able find the folder and play the individual slides back as a photo slideshow from the “Photo” icon. Do not choose “Presentation”.

How do I save my image files so I can view them from my Pico’s internal memory using MacOS?

All the Picos with on-board memory can play most jpeg and bmp files directly, so typically you can simply move the image file to the Pico’s memory through the USB connection. View it by choosing the “Photo” icon on your Pico and then selecting the file.

Note: Photos of 848x480 best utilise the Pico’s native resolution without scaling and formatting changes. The Pico will support over 12 megapixel files with direct playback of jpeg and bmp.

How do I give PowerPoint presentations from my iPod/iPhone/iPad through my PK101 or other Pico with an Apple connection kit?

You can save the presentation as a series of jpeg image files that correspond to each of your slides. Do this by selecting File?Save as?Save as type: JPEG File Interchange Format. PowerPoint will save your presentation in a folder with the same name as the original file. Make sure that folder is included in the photos that are synced to your Apple device through iTunes. Then give your presentation as a photo slideshow from your Apple device!

How do I connect my Mac to display directly from a PK102, PK201 or PK301?

Most Macs use either a Mini DisplayPort or DVI to send video out to an external display device. All the current Picos,( except PK101) have a VGA input that can be adapted to either of these connections. Confirm which output you have on your Mac and purchase the appropriate VGA adapter from an Apple retailer. (Most newer MacBooks use Mini DisplayPort and most newer desktops have both DVI and DisplayPort.)
You can then connect the adapter to the VGA input cable provided with your Pico.

Note: Set the output resolution of your Mac to no higher than 800x600 for the PK102 and no higher than 1280x800 for PK201 and PK301.

How do I display content from my Apple iPad through my Optoma Pico projector?

The optional Apple connection kit for use with the PK102, PK201 & PK301 will allow you to display certain content from your iPad.

Note: The iPad will display all the photo and video content in your iTunes library and certain apps like YouTube. We will continually update this page with more applications that the iPad can display via the video connection in addition to other methods for displaying content.

How do I get a movie from my iPod to fill the whole projected image area of the Pico?

If you are using the iPod kit set your iPod to “wide” in its video settings. Change the source of the Pico to the “composite video” in so you can see your movie. Bring up the Pico’s setup menu and go down to the image size indicator which is second from the top. Move to the right until your image fills the screen.

Note: Resolutions up to 720x480 in the H.264 format are supported with 720x480 being optimal. Files up to 2GB in size are supported. Please see Q8 if you need assistance in doing this.

How long will the LED light source in my Pico last and can I have it replaced?

The Optoma Pico projectors do not use a typical projector lamp. They use a set of Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) to create the illumination for the projector. The LEDs have a much longer life span than conventional lamps. Pico LEDs are estimated to have a lifespan of 20,000 hours. That’s over 18 years if you use it 3 hours per day. The LED module is not replaceable.

The LED lifespan is dependent upon many factors including brightness mode, usage, environmental conditions and more. LED brightness can decrease over time.

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