Besides now being able to hold pictures and video, the Pico PK102 also now has a new universal port capable of receiving VGA and component video. This should make connecting it to a laptop easier and the component port will let you hook it up to your iPod or portable gaming device with the bundled cords. Other than that there aren't any substantial updates—it still got the same 480 x 320 native resolution and a DLP engine as the PK101.
The Pico PK102 is now available for $US250 (which is significantly less than the $US450 that the PK101 hit the market at and its 3M MPro120 competitor). The now slightly chunkier PK101 has been lowered to $US230. [Optoma PR via Engadget]