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AAXA P7 HD Projector Review: A Small Package With A Big Punch!

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The AAXA P7 Mini HD Projector fits snuggly in your had and is one of the smallest 1080p projectors that we have seen. The P7 does a wonderful job at displaying small complex designs and can function as a media player for your videos, photos, and music. It is remarkable how portable this projector is. A downside is that compared to some of AAXA’s other pico projectors, the P7 is not as bright which makes some video quality only okay.

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The AAXA P7’s body is a sleek black and gray, and measures 2.7 x 4.7 x 4.4 inches and weighs an incredible 1.4lbs. Like AAXA’s other projectors the P7 is a DLP projector that uses LEDs as its light source. The LED’s lamp life is rated at 30,0000 hours which is impressive for an LED. The AAXA P7 has a 600-lumen output when it is plugged into its AC adapter and 450 lumens when it is going portable. According to AAXA, the battery should last 90 minutes on a charge.

Unlike others on the market, the AAXA P7 is a true 1080p projector. There are many 1080p projectors on the market but many don’t have a true 1,920 by 1,080 pixel (1080p) resolution. This little projector does and proves it. The biggest and best advantage is really the portability of this projector. The size lets you take it into any meeting, small church, school presentation, or even a movie night without much hassle or setup. It really is plug and play.

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On the front of the P7, the lens is positioned in the upper left-hand corner. On the back of the body, you will find an HDMI port, an Infrared Receiver for the remote, and a USB Type-A port to put your media via flash drive. The projector’s right side comes with the power adapter plug, a VGA adapter port, and a slot for a Micro-SD card. On top is a small panel cluster that acts as a manual control.

When testing the image quality of the P7 mini projector I noticed a slight degrade in image quality with the introducing another light source, in this case, the screen size had to be shrunk to get the image back to normal. I tested both data- and video-image quality over an HDMI connection. Looking at the text quality on score there were no issues with both black and white. The colors themself are rich and realistic looking.

Even though the P7 shined a little less bright than other pico projectors, and there were hiccups in the image quality, this is a great buy for only $399. The portability and its true native resolution make it a true steal. It would be great for the traveling businessman and does a pretty good job of showing movies and playing music.

AAXA releases M1 Ultimate-X LED Projector

AAXA Technologies has released the M1 Ultimate-X led projector. The only difference between the Ultimate and Ultimate-X is that the Ultimate-X features a 2GB SD Card instead of 1GB onboard memory. The reason AAXA has choosen to go this route is to further increase the stability of the onboard operating system.

For those unfamiliar with the M1 Ultimate here are some specs:

* Native SVGA (800×600) resolution
* Ultra-bright 75 lumen LED light source
* SD card reader – 2GB card included
* NEW aluminum case, touchpad, and tripod
* Excellent text clarity and contrast
* Input support: See technical info below
* RMVB, MP3, AVI, JPG decoder
* Projects up to a 100″ image*
*(In low-light conditions)
* Optional iPod, PSP, PDA, DVD input cables

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