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GREAT I MEAN REALLY GREAT,
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This is a wonderful projector but understand what it is for and you should be very happy. Here is what you should not expect from this projector or any small projector. A super clear and bright picture in a room with a lot of light. That will not happen with one of these projectors. With that said what you can expect is a really surprisingly bright clear projection in a dim or dark room. I did a lot of research on these projectors and this was not my first choice. I bought the Microvision SHOWWX+ HDMI Laser Pico Projector (AA0123600-020) as it just seemed like it would be the best choice, it was laser it auto focused. In reality, this was a cool projector but the projected image looked so phony and you could see little sparkles of red blue and green constantly on the image. The image was razor sharp but the sparkles were bad and the image looked like it was a laser image made with red blue and green lasers. This projector also had to be used in extremely dark rooms to see the projection or it was really washed out. I was really disappointed with this projectors image quality. however, it was so compact and it did an okay job so I kept it. Unfortunately this projector got stolen the first week I had it. So I had to get another one.
No way was I going to get the Micro-vision again. So I started looking around again. This time I know that 20 lumens the micro vision had was not enough. I also wanted HDMI. So I decided on the AAXA projector. What a good choice it turned out to be. It was about tripple the size of the Microvision but still small about the size of two decks of cards. The bigger size was not a problem due to the image quality. It was so much better than the Microvision I could not belive my eyes. It had better controls, brighter more connections and all the cable came with it. One feature you cannot do without is a tripod mount on a projector this size. The cables are heavier than the projector and it will move all over the place without a tripod to stabilize it. The Microvision did not have a tripod and that was a terrible oversight on the manufacturers part.
I hook this up to watch movies off my ipod to play games with my ipad. It hooks up to my video camera, my digital camera and even my playstation. Anything that has a video out will work with this projector. It is also over $100 cheaper than the Microvision. You will not be disappointed.
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Initial post: Dec 10, 2012 7:47:20 PM PST
Alexander J. Broskey says:
So this will work with my Mackbook 2006?
Posted on Feb 3, 2013 2:23:22 AM PST
Wael El-ahmady says:
Thank you for r your review. I would just like to note that according to the link you linked:
Microvision SHOWWX+ HDMI Laser Pico Projector (AA0123600-020)
The P3 is barely larger than the Microvision (not triple the size as you said), and the Microvision also supports HDMI. Just letting you know.
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 27, 2014 1:57:32 PM PST
AAXA Technologies says:
Our projectors are compatible with Apple products as long as you have the correct A/V adapter that can be purchased through Apple. If you have any questions on this you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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