AAXA P7 Mini Projector with Battery Native 1080P Full HD Resolution 30000 Hours LED Portable Projector Onboard Media Player for Business and Home Theater Reviews
Native 1080p Full HD Resolution – P7 projector features a latest generation 1080p (1920×1080) High Definition DLP optical engine mated to high MTF lens for best clarity. Super compact and mini form factor – Measures just 4.7″ x 4.4″ x 2.7″ and 1.48 lbs – the P7 projector fits nicely in your laptop bag or briefcase for business travel and outdoor camping. Rechargeable Battery Included – 38W Lithium Ion Battery is included for Amazon customers and provides up to 90 Minutes of runtime. No need for bulb replacements with 30,000+ Hour Luminus LEDs. All-in-One portable projector – featuring an Onboard Media Player with USB and TF card ports and a 2W speaker for direct media playback. Other inputs include HDMI, mini-VGA, and Composite AV. Perfect for Business or Home Use – Presentation, Gaming, Home Theater. Up to 120″ screen (in low light conditions). Includes remote for easy navigation.
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3 thoughts on “AAXA P7 Mini Projector with Battery Native 1080P Full HD Resolution 30000 Hours LED Portable Projector Onboard Media Player for Business and Home Theater Review”
I can use it in daylight with the blinds about 50% open at the full 120 inches.And returning it was a pain in the ass as I didn’t order through Amazon.I was expecting it to be much smaller and lighter.However, as this is a new product, seems like Aaxa hasn’t worked out the production issues as I’ve gotten and returned two units due to different issues.This one is by far my favorite.I’m able to use it to fill a 135 inch screen at night.I am very impressed with the picture and think you’d be hard-pressed to find a better portable 1080p projector than AAXA’s P7 model.If you use it at short range, it’s entirely too sensitive and has a bunch of slop.Here’s what I found:Brightness: It is very bright, bright enough to see the picture in a direct lighted room.Only minor drawback is the inability to load briefings (i.This is first time I purchased a projector.Primarily I’ve been using the full sized HDMI port to connect to my devices ranging from PS4 Pro to Amazon Fire Stick.I noticed AAXA’s line-up of projectors and gave them a call so they could assist me in choosing a projector that would work best for me and they recommended the P7 for me, as it was just within my budget.But 1080p native HD is a world of difference, especially when you want to project a larger screen.It has the resolution and brightness, as well as just enough contrast, to work fairly well in a planetarium context, and the minimum diagonal it can project opens the door for several spherical mirror options.The tripod that comes with it is a waste of plastic just throw it away.We use it exclusively on battery power, which works great.– The color is a bit odd.It is a bit bigger than the photos make out, but it is still a very small projector compared to other projectors I own.However, I would like a truer color representation.
Battery life didn’t hold up, so I couldn’t really use it for more than 30 minutes unless it was plugged in.My hypothesis that this one was the best was indeed right.When it is plugged in, in a darkened room the resolution is satisfactory to serve as a home theatre.post-content –> <use xlink:href="http://2azap.So if you don’t need to play 50p or 60p this is the right DLP.It has a cheap Chinese feel to it and old school connectivity options and user interface.And there is no packaging material between outer box and product for shipment. Charged it for many hours it didn’t work.TOP! Update Feb 18, AXAA has contact me with an RMA number and said they are working for a patch to the color issue.