AAXA Technologies P300 Pico Projector with Rechargeable Battery – Native HD resolution with 500 LED Lumens For Business Home Theater Travel and more Product Review
Native 1280×800 HD resolution – with 1080P Max Input, featuring Texas Instruments DLP technology to achieve crisp and clear image. High brightness in its class – 500 lumens optical engine with vibrant color technology. 20, 000 hours Premium LEDs ensure there is no need for lamp replacement Onboard media player – paired with built-in speaker to allow movie and image playback directly from microSD card or USB flash drive. Wide range of inputs – HDMI, Mini VGA, composite a/V Ultra portable size, battery included – at just 5.9″ X 3.9″ X 1.6″ In size and weighs only .97 lbs with a 60 min rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Perfect for business and home use – with up to 120″ Projection (in low light conditions). Includes remote and mini Tripod for easy setup and navigation
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3 thoughts on “AAXA Technologies P300 Pico Projector with Rechargeable Battery – Native HD resolution with 500 LED Lumens For Business Home Theater Travel and more Reviews”
I contacted the manufacturer and they told me that they do not have replacement parts for their products and offered me a discount to buy a new one .The 2nd time we ordered, we got 3 more.I bought it on February 3 and it is April 27 and I find out I cannot return this POS.It wasn’t the brightest in our tents during day time hours while we were just chilling but it was bright enough.For such a small unit, it lights up a 100" Screen Innovations projector screen with enough brightness to be visible without darkening the room.unfortunately, it is out of warranty, and they didn’t even act like they wanted me to send it in for repairs.Blacks are black.I ordered the new one 4 months ago and it just died again.I needed it to be portable, bright enough for classrooms that did not have light control , battery operated and had various input options.It would just shut off right after turning on, and then soon didn’t turn on at all.This is a very sturdy projector and well worth the price it is selling at! The size is perfect for traveling and the lumens that this little guy has is amazing for its size! Best of all it is an LED projector so the life of this projector is LOOOONGGGGGG! Another pro about this projector being an LED is that it starts up in no time .The only drawback is that we need to have different types of cables/adapters to use apple phone/macbook with this projector .The image quality is surprisingly good.I always use it connected to a electrical outlet , not the battery,When i called AAXA Tech support to ask some questions why this was happening i got a Voice mail message to leave my name and number and they would return my call.Good native resolution, unlike other small projectors that claim to support HD, but actually down convert to quarter VGA.it was actually not for me but for my brother in law.Reviews on the AAXA P300 were good, however, it is an absolute epic disappointment.For the price, the manufacturer could put a better focus dial in place.ordered over $100 in accessories and cables to get it to work with my iphoneAfter spending all of teh money on accessories and cables the unit worked great and I was satisfied.The last time I used it was more than 7 months ago.
I had originally purchased a different one that was 100 lumens but was left with disappointment that the projector simply could not beam a bright enough image on the wall in low-light conditions.it is legit like 6 inch by four in thing but easily projects at least a 90 inch screen onto a wall from about 10 feet away.I bought it from different site which costed me little less.The screen is randomly a weird pink color even though we have taken excellent care of this item.I chose this projector due to it’s sized and reasonable price.Need a small projector that is super bright and crisp for office presentations? This one works perfectly for me and my user experience design team.The included stand makes it easy to place on your table or desk much easier than stacking a bunch of books or boxes! I recommend projecting from a laptop via HDMI and using a Bluetooth speaker .– Relatively compact.Will probably have to purchase another with greater light output to replace this one.I wish it came with the cable to hook to an ipad/iphone…I’m still trying to figure out what cord to buy for that.The image adjustment knob is a little cheesy, but not too big of a problem.I saw at least three reviews here that said it was quiet.Pretty good throw even when the room is still lit but best in the darkest environment possible.And this turned out to be crazy good.All aspects of the website description indicate that should be possible.So… after less than 30 hours total use, it’s now useless.I have used it a total of 6 days – about 36 hours total.Only issue is that it isn’t to stable as it is small, you accidentally knock the power cord it pulls the projector.Super clear and bright!Oh and it comes with a lightweight table tripod.But, the color is off, and I went to the menu and tried to adjust it.
After a year of use, the power port began to malfunction.Using the iPad to hdmi and mac thunderbolt to hdmi works well.Don’t buy it if you’re thinking of using is in a small, quiet space.The build quality is good.It has been about five months since I bought it.I have waited several weeks before I published a review to see how the P300 performed.It will work in a lighted room for work and very portable for carrying in laptop bag with pc.This is a fab projector.We have a small group in a relatively small space and this suited our needs perfectly.As others have noted, the focus knob is a little sensitive, and the tripod tends to slide around , but if you need a portable projector, take a look at this.We take this on our holiday trips and once hooked up to the iPod Touch and UE Boom Speaker you have a home theater that anyone will want to have.The included tripod does not work – definitely replace.Generally I assumed that you would have to pay hundreds more for something of really decent quality but this projector proved me wrong. This is probably a nice projector.But I was over-satisfied with the image quality and the capacity of those 300lumens.The battery is somewhat difficult to change though and that is the only drawback.I keep it in a case, so it is in virtually new condition.The battery sucks so I don’t really use it without plugging it in.00 the apple TV box and HDMI cord which I would recommend in addition to this.