Optoma PK301 LED Projector Review
The menu system for the PK301 was pretty straightforward and very graphical based. I would recommend taking a moment to glance over the manual to really get the hang of all the features. Not all the functions are obvious when you first start to dig deeper into different areas of the system.
Unlike most Pico projectors, the Optoma PK301 has a remote. Considering how close to the projector the user has to generally be to produce an effective presentation, it is nice to have a remote, but I do not feel it provides all that much value to the projector.
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