Key Features: Pocket-sized projector; 3D-Ready; WXGA native resolution; 30,000 hour LED life; Up to 300 lumens of brightness

Manufacturer: Vivitek

Quick Glance
Projector Type Single Pico DLP
Contrast Ratio 2500:1
Brightness 300
Native Aspect Ratio 16:10
A/V Ports
HDMI 1 (mini - adaptor provided)
Component 1 (via Universal i/O)
Composite 1 (3.5mm)
Charging/Computer Connection 1
Physical Specifications
Height 31
Width 160
Depth 100
Weight 617
Native Aspect Ratio 16:10
Projector Type Single Pico DLP
Brightness 300
Contrast Ratio 2500:1
Full HD 1080p No
3D Ready Yes
Max Diagonal Image Size 90
Min Projection Distance 3.28
Max Projection Distance 9.84
Lamp Type LED
Lamp power -


August 5, 2011, 4:36 pm

Looks very interesting.

Any views on whether this will have a better picture quality than an Optoma HD70?

Also, over at AVS, some users are complaining about overall focus difficulties and focus drift over the first 20 mins use. Have you seen any of this on your sample?



August 5, 2011, 7:08 pm

I'm certainly prepared to pay more for a pico that has usable brightness, however, the noise would be a big sticking point. Exactly how noisy are we talking?

Gerry McDonnell

August 6, 2011, 2:42 am

Buy direct through and it will cost less than £400, that included postage and tax. Or if you know someone going over to the States, do what I did, get them to pick up one for $499 which is about £305, half the price they are asking in the UK


October 14, 2011, 1:31 am

This is certainly the smallest, lightest & brightest personal projector I've ever seen. Compact enough to travel abroad with me and powerful enough to use for presentations, watching films & playing on the Xbox. Mine even came with a 3 year warranty. I just want a foldaway screen for mine as I can't find a big enough blank wall space to use it fully :)

Wild Flower

December 26, 2012, 12:33 pm

From where to buy this Vivitek LED Projector in Karachi, Pakistan.



February 14, 2013, 9:33 pm

you will find it on amazon most likely


February 14, 2013, 9:38 pm

it all seem to depend on what brightness you will be using. the higher brightness = the more noise. BUT if you manage to cover up your windows ect so it becomes really dark where you will be using it. you don't need to have max brightness. also normally a person is NOT sitting next to a projector when playing games/watching movies, simplh place the projector behind you this way you might not notice the sounds it makes.

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