AAXA P300 Pico/Micro LED Projector-Expert Review

AAXA P300 Pico/Micro LED Projector-Expert Review Do you want to privy your hands on the world’s brightest battery-powered HD pocket projector? In this AAXA P300 Pico/Micro LED Projector Review, I will introduce you to the amazing P300 Pico Projector. The AAXA P300 has an in-built lithium ion battery which alleviates the need to lug around a power plug.

AAXA P300 Pico-Features:

The new P300 comes with a revolutionary band new compact optical engine capable of giving out 400 lumens on Direct Current power at a High Definition resolution of 1280*800.

Vibrant Color LEDs: Its vibrant color LEDs deliver a dazzling color quality with an operating life of over 15,000 hours.

Lithium Ion Battery: This portable projector features an in-built lithium ion battery which has the ability to power the projector for more than sixty minutes. It can also power from an AC adapter which is also included.

HDMI Port: It allows you to view full High Definition 1080p video on your HDTV, micro-USB, VGA and AV inputs.

 

Pros:

-Portable: The small size of the P300 allows you to do your presentations from anywhere without the need of carrying a laptop, a notebook or brochures.

-Enough Ports: Despite its small size, the P300 comes with many ports that make connectivity to other devices a breeze.

Large Image: The P300 has the ability to generate a viewable image of up to 120 inches in diagonal size under low light conditions.

-Bright Images: Its vibrant color LEDs delivers dazzling and attractive images.
-Highly Compatible : The on-board media player is compatible with MP3, MP4,JPG,AVI, WMA, OGG, WMV,WAV, BMP, SMV, TXT and GIF file formats. Furthermore, it allows you to easily share videos, movies and photos with friends and family.

-Durable: The LEDs last up to 15,000 hours. This is five times longer than the traditional lamp projector.

-Expandable Memory: The P300 has expandable memory via SD/USB.
-Several Menu Languages: Its menu languages include German, English, Chinese, German and Spanish.

Cons:

-Short Battery Life: The battery runs for only sixty minutes. This is relatively short especially in longer presentations.

Overall Impression:

5stars-300x53Size and Design: Weighing only 1.3 pounds and measuring 5.9 inches long, 1.6 inches tall and 3.9 inches wide, the P300 is a true portable “pocket projector.” It has a clean, simple design with a glossy black plastic top. Its silver control buttons are arranged in a circular pattern in the middle alongside semicircular blue lights. On the front, two LED lights (one green and one red) allow you to know if the battery is charged. Its small size does not allow room for compromise on the number of ports. The left side has a composite AV jack, a power plug, HDMI port and micro-SD card reader. The right side has a focusing dial for the lens while back has a VGA port, headphone jack and a USB port.

4starsPerformance: The P300 is compact/energy efficient and consumes only 25 watts when plugged in. It has a rated brightness of 400 lumens when powered by the A/C adapter and 200 lumens when powered by the lithium ion battery. In addition, it is environmentally-friendly because the LED is 100% mercury free. It has a powerful ARM processor for videos and images. It has the ability to support MP3, MP4, JPG, AVI and text files among many other formats. When buying from amazon, the P300 comes with an adjustable tripod, 3.5 millimeter headphone jack and two on-board one watt speakers.

Final Verdict:

In comparison to other portable projectors for instance the AAXA P4-X and the Viewsonic W200, the P300 offers a nice mix of power and portability at a pocket-friendly price. With an in-built lithium ion battery, the AAXA P300 Pico/Micro LED Projector allows you to present away from a power outlet even without a laptop or a notebook. It is a true palm-top projector and one of the best in this price range.

AAXA Technologies P300 Pico Projector

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