Pico Projectors: The Group Test
Pico Projectors: The Group TestT3
Pico technology has continued to shrink projectors, with low-energy LED lamps and tiny DLP or LCOS chipsets making it possible to get an 80-inch image from a device that fits in your pocket. As a result, you can make that killer presentation any time, any place, anywhere. Just add a visual source and screen…
Best: Small budgets
Love: Lightweight design. Affordable price
Hate: Poor brightness, colour and resolution, with pixellated images. Poor file support via SD
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Nikon Coolpix S1100PJ
Love: Easy to shoot and instantly show content. Decent compact camera
Hate: Low brightness and resolution doesn't do your photos many favours
Nikon Coolpix S1100PJ review I Link: Nikon
Best: Compactness with quality
Love: Strong image quality in low-light. Wide file support thanks to plenty of connectivity options
Hate: Only 28MB onboard storage. No HDMI to mini HDMI adaptor included
Optoma PK201 review I Link: Optoma
Love: Sizeable images that are detailed enough even in daylight. 1GB storage. Good battery
Hate: Not the most portable device on test
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Nikon Coolpix S1100pj
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