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AAXA M2 Pico/Micro Projector with LED, XGA 1024x768 Resolution, 110 Lumens, Media Player and HDMI

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  • Ultra-bright 110 lumen LED light engine
  • Sleek and Ultra-portable
  • Onboard Keypad
  • Built-in media player plays movies, photos, and music
  • HDMI, Composite A/V and VGA inputs
  • 1GB onboard memory and SD Card expansion slot
  • Built-in speaker and headphone mini jack
  • Infrared remote control

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Technical Details

  • Screen Size compatibility: 10 - 100
  • Integrated Card Reader

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 4.9 x 1.9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004BM2OS4
  • Item model number: M2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 10, 2010

Product Description

Product Description

The AAXA M2 Micro Projector is the world's first XGA micro projector. Weighing just 1 pound yet producing a vivid 110 lumen image with Vibrant Color technology, the AAXA M2 Micro Projector is the next generation ultra-portable multimedia projector. With power to produce 100 images, a versatile media player, built-in storage, and an array of input options, the M2 redefines what is capable in mobile projection technology. The AAXA M2 micro projector is the most powerful and fully-featured projector in its class. The M2 employs a next generation optical engine with Vibrant Color technology that produces high brightness and deep colors for a rich viewing experience. A high speed LCOS micro display panel and powerful Luminous PT-39 PhlatLight LED package are combined for the first time in the M2 to create a powerful yet efficient projection system. The M2 mini projector feature a new high-speed video and image processor that supports up to 1280x720 resolution resolution video at 30 frames per second and a wide array of image and music formats. Content can be accessed through 1GB of onboard memory, an SD card slot accepting up to 16GB SD-HC cards, and the USB Host (On-the-Go) function for reading USB storage devices. The M2's connectivity is unmatched with HDMI, VGA, and composite A/V inputs. Coupled with built-in 1 watt stereo speakers, the M2 projector makes for a powerful yet portable device that serves double duty as a standalone multimedia system and as an accessory display for notebooks and other multimedia devices.

From the Manufacturer

AAXA Technologies M2 Micro Projector
The M2 redefines what is capable in mobile projection technology. View larger

AAXA Technologies M2 Micro Projector

AAXA Technologies M2 Micro Projector
Included accessories help you to get the most out of your presentations

Presenting the AAXA M2 Micro Projector, the world's first XGA micro projector. Weighing just 1 pound, yet producing a vivid 110-lumen image with Vibrant Color technology, the AAXA M2 Micro Projector is the next generation ultra-portable multimedia projector. With power to produce 100" images, a versatile media player, built-in storage, and an array of input options, the M2 redefines what is capable in mobile projection technology.

Super Color and Image Quality

The AAXA M2 micro projector is the most powerful and fully-featured projector in its class. The M2 employs a next generation optical engine with Vibrant Color technology that produces high brightness and deep colors for a rich viewing experience. A high speed LCOS microdisplay panel and powerful Luminus PT-39 PhlatLight LED package are combined for the first time in the M2 to create a powerful yet efficient projection system. The Vibrant Color Technology and triple LED light source in the M2 produces a vivid display with amazing color saturation.

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The Vibrant Color Technology and triple LED light source in the M2 produces a vivid display with amazing color saturation. View larger

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The M2 mini projector feature a new high-speed video and image processor that supports up to 1280x720 resolution resolution video at 30 frames per second and a wide array of image and music formats. Content can be accessed through 1GB of onboard memory, an SD card slot accepting up to 16GB SD-HC cards, and the USB Host (On-the-Go) function for reading USB storage devices.

The M2's connectivity is unmatched with HDMI, VGA, and composite A/V inputs. Coupled with built-in 1 watt stereo speakers, the M2 projector makes for a powerful yet portable device that serves double duty as a standalone multimedia system and as an accessory display for notebooks and other multimedia devices.

Additional features include an infrared remote control, adjustable tripod, and a 3.5mm audio output for headphones or external speakers. Optional accessories include iPhone, PSP, Zune, Nokia, Samsung, iTouch, and AV-out cables for mobile device connectivity (sold separately).

Long LED Life

Conventional lamp-based projectors require frequent bulb changes with very expensive bulbs that cost hundred of dollars. The M2's LED light source lasts 10 times longer than conventional lamps so bulb changes are a thing of the past.

Real Quick ON and OFF

Long warm-up and cool down times, sometimes for several minutes, are required for projectors using traditional lamps. The LED light source enables the M2 to achieve full brightness within seconds. Of course, it turns off instantly as well.

Versatile Multimedia Support

The onboard media player supports popular file formats, allowing you to share movies, videos, and photos with friends and family. Bring presentations anywhere and everywhere, or enjoy gaming and entertainment without the need for a large TV.

Environmentally Friendly

The M2's LED light source consumes less power. The LED is also 100% free of mercury and, as the bulb never needs to be replaced, there are no discarded bulbs.

What's in the Box?

AAXA M2 Projector, infrared remote control, tripod, composite A/V cable, VGA video cable, USB data cable.

Which AAXA Projector is Right for You?

AAXA P1 Jr AAXA P3 AAXA P4 AAXA P4-X AAXA M2
AAXA P1 Jr AAXA P3 AAXA P4 AAXA P4-X AAXA M2
Brightness 10 ANSI Lumens 50 ANSI Lumens with AC power
35 ANSI Lumens with standard battery
80 ANSI Lumens with AC power
55 ANSI Lumens with standard battery
80 ANSI Lumens with AC power
55 ANSI Lumens with standard battery
110 ANSI Lumens
Application Personal media sharing Business presentations and
personal media sharing
Business presentations and
personal media sharing
Business presentations and
personal media sharing
Business presentations and
personal media sharing
Light Source and Lamp Hours Rating Single Chip White LED
Life 15,000+ hrs
Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology
Life 15,000+ hrs
Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology
Life 15,000+ hrs
Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology
Life 15,000+ hrs
Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology
Life 15,000 hrs
Image Size / Quality 10-to-50 inches
500:1 contrast ratio
Up to 80 inches
1000:1 contrast ratio
Up to 80 inches
2000:1 contrast ratio
Up to 80 inches
2000:1 contrast ratio
Up to 100 inches
2000:1 contrast ratio
Native Resolution VGA 640 x 480 WSVGA 1024 x 600 WVGA 854 x 480 WVGA 854 x 480 XGA 1024 x 768
Dimensions / Weight 0.8" x 2.2" x 4.1"
0.3 lbs
4.6" x 2.6" x 1.4"
0.8 lbs
1.2" x 2.5" x 4.6"
0.7 lbs
1.2" x 2.5" x 4.6"
0.7 lbs
1.9" x 5.4" x 4.9"
1.0 lbs
Audio 0.5-Watt Speaker 1.0-Watt Speaker 1.0-Watt Speaker 1.0-Watt Speaker 1.0-Watt Speaker
I/O Connectors
  • microSD Slot
  • Micro USB
  • 2.5mm AV Input
  • (composite video and stereo audio-in)
  • 3.5mm Audio-Out
  • DC Input
  • HDMI
  • 24-Pin Universal Port/VGA
  • USB
  • 3.5mm AV Input (composite video and stereo audio-in)
  • 3.5mm Audio-Out
  • DC Input
  • 24-Pin Universal Port/VGA
  • USB
  • microSD Slot
  • Micro USB
  • 3.5mm AV Input (composite video and stereo audio-in)
  • 3.5mm Audio-Out
  • DC Input
  • Mini-HDMI
  • 24-Pin Universal Port/VGA
  • microSD Slot
  • Micro USB
  • 3.5mm AV Input (composite video and stereo audio-in)
  • 3.5mm Audio-Out
  • DC Input
  • HDMI
  • 24-Pin Universal Port/VGA
  • SD Slot
  • USB
  • Mini USB
  • 3.5mm AV Input (composite video and stereo audio-in)
  • 3.5mm Audio-Out
  • DC Input

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very well made, looks good, too.
Stephen Baig
Clear picture in a dimly light room and very good picture in a dark room.
Rich
I sent it back to AAXA and they did replace it promptly.
CallMeSal

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Tony_gr8house on June 7, 2011
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I am in MOB station in Ft. Hood Tx. On the way to Iraq. Space is the most valuable commodity we have. After shopping for about 2 weeks I finally decided on this little projector for gaming and movie night on deployment. After opening the box this afternoon at about 1800 with the Tx afternoon sun shining through the windows at us I and about 5 other guys started watching 300 on the barracks wall. It wasn't perfect but we could see pretty good on a well lit room. The projector was about 4 or 5 feet from the wall making a picture about the same diagonal size. It was good enough for a bunch of army aviators to enjoy. As the sun crept down the size of our group grew to about 10 and Happy Gilmore was next. The picture was great. I can think of no downside to this purchase. It's convenient to carry and store, great picture and brighter than I expected. The sound is not what I bought it for, the speakers are weak but what did you expect? It's a lot to offer in a small package. I bought a good set of computer speakers and now have a portable theater. This little thing read the movies off of my 1TB USB hard drive. Divx, mp4, VOB, AVI files all worked fine. The remote worked great from behind the projector but that is where the sensor is. I expect this to be the most used item in our barracks in the sand box and my only concern is it will be worn out before I make it back home. As for the fan sound I didn't even hear it. Even before I plugged in the other speakers. It certainly didn't whine or irritate me in any way. The brick of the power supply did get hot at first but actually cooled off as the hours wore on. I have a HUGE old projector at home that SUX compared to this one. I love this little thing and think you will too. If u are looking for a balance of video quality and expense with a huge infasis on compact, portability, buy this thing. My next planned purchases are the AAXA cables to let me connect to my iPad and PSP.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By pyhavk on January 17, 2011
Having personally tried three micro projectors (the AAXA M1, AAXA M2, and Dell M109S), here is what I think of the M2:

Pros:
Lightweight and pretty bright for a projector of this size
Competitive pricing for its class of projectors
Easy to setup
HDMI input
LED light source, meaning energy savings and less switching bulbs

Cons:
More noisy than other projectors in its class
Wish the resolution could be higher
Menus could be easier to use

Having said the above, and even with the caveats of noisiness, etc., I would still recommend this product. This is because it is brighter than the other projectors I've tried (AAXA M1, and Dell M109S), and brightness is really important for micro projectors.

I would like to say that I've had a very positive experience with AAXA technical support. When I first bought the M2 projector, the projection colour was off, and the AC adapter failed. However, AAXA technical support responded quickly to my email about the malfunction and replaced my projector quickly. Now the system is working fine. The service I received was much better and courteous than others.

So:
(1) There are pros and cons as indicated above and in the other reviews.
(2) My projector was defective at first, but
(3) AAXA technical support was responsive and very nice, gave a free replacement very quickly, and I am satisfied.

I hope these points will help other buyers to come to their own conclusions.
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74 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Nick G on December 10, 2010
Really dissapointed with M2. After reading couple reviews on internet decided to purchase that.

Pros:
- 1024x768 resolution

- HDMI\SD\USB connectors

- Tripod

- Small projector

Cons:
- *Very* noisy, looks like there are 2 small fans rotating at crazy rpm. However, after 30 min testing, cold air was coming out from vents (aaxa should have put adjustable rpm fans there, like cpus have). It is so noisy that I can't watch movies with max volume on notebook.

- Huge power adapter. It is 5amps brick, larger than notebooks have.

- Tiny remote and you have to aim really carefully to make it work.

- Image quality\brightness is so-so, you really need to turn off *all* lights if you want to watch a movie.

- Really counter intuitive menu. For example you can navigate only with left\right buttons even when icons are one above another (up\down does not work). Combined with tiny buttons on remote, and that you have to aim really hard - it becomes frustrating trying to control this thing.

- Small things: like rubber lens cap, short VGA cable, cheap plastic look

Max price I would pay for that now is $200.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Poodwaddle on May 13, 2012
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The AAXA M2 Projector

Box contains:
M2 Micro Projector
100-240V Power supply
Mini USB to USB adapter
Component AV cable (TV)
VGA cable (computer)
A joke remote
A toy tripod
Users manual

The projector works well without too many hiccups. I have mine set 13 feet (4 meters) from the screen and it projects an image of about 95 inches (2.4 meters). Of course the room needs to be dark at this range.

The M2 micro projector has a projection angle of 33.4 which means that the diagonal screen size will equal 60% of the distance. There is no adjustment for this angle. The size of the screen is entirely dependent on placement of the projector. At 5 feet the diagonal size of the screen will equal 3 feet (36"). At 10 feet the screen size will be 6 feet (72"). And at 14 feet the screen size reaches it's maximum recommended size of 100".

The resolution is 1024 x 768 and the aspect ratio is 4:3. For movies, 16:9 would be more ideal. For work presentations and for gaming 4:3 is perhaps better. The image quality is good but I have not yet found a setting I like for realistic flesh tones (though this might be more the fault of my cheap projector screen). For image quality I would give the M2 a grade of B-

The menu system is simple and ease to navigate. Controls on the top of the unit are ok for presentations and tabletop setups. The menu includes a setup section, however this setup does not contain any of the adjustments one would expect. To access the real setup features one must use the remote. In the primary onscreen menu the left and right buttons are used to navigate. However, in the sub-menus navigation is with the up and down buttons. The lack of setup control bumps the menu grade down to a C...
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