I recently had the opportunity to play with Mitsubishi's tiny PK20 DLP video projector. The first thing you notice about it is that it is beyond tiny. Not much bigger than a stack of CDs (the projector is 4.8" wide x 3.8" deep x 1.9" high), the PK20 boasts an extremely long lamp life, considering that the LED lamp can last up to thousands of times longer than a conventional projector lamp. Like many "normal sized" projectors, the PK20 offers VGA, S-video, and composite video (RCA jack) in. ...

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