|Brand Name||AAXA Technologies|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.85 x 1.73 x 1.06 inches|
|Item model number||KP-750-01|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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AAXA P7 Mini Projector with Battery, Native 1080P Resolution, 30,000 Hours LED Portable Projector, BT 4.0, Onboard Media Player, for Business and Home Theater
|Price:||$379.99 & FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns|
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|Hardware Interface||MicroSD, HDMI, USB 2.0|
|Display Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Item Weight||1.4 Pounds|
|Image Contrast Ratio||2000:1|
About this item
- Native 1080p Full HD Resolution – P7 projector features a latest generation 1080p (1920x1080) High Definition DLP optical engine mated to high MTF lens for best clarity.
- Super compact and mini form factor – Measures just 4.7" x 4.4" x 2.7" and 1.48 lbs - the P7 projector fits nicely in your laptop bag or briefcase for business travel and outdoor camping.
- Rechargeable Battery Included - 38W Lithium Ion Battery is included for Amazon customers and provides up to 90 Minutes of runtime. No need for bulb replacements with 30,000+ Hour Luminus LEDs.
- All-in-One portable projector - featuring an Onboard Media Player with USB and TF ports, Smartphone Mirroring, BT 4.0 Wireless output, and onboard speaker. Other inputs include HDMI, mini-VGA, and Composite AV
- Perfect for Business or Home Use - Presentation, Gaming, Home Theater. Up to 120" screen (in low light conditions). Includes remote for easy navigation.
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The AAXA P7 Mini HD Projector is a next-generation solid-state mini projector that delivers true native 1080P (1920x1080) performance and operates on both battery and DC power. The AAXA P7 Mini HD Projector incorporates a compact 4th generation Texas Instruments DLP imager featuring a native resolution of 1920 x 1080P or “Full HD”. Mated to premium Luminus 30,000 hour LEDs, the P7 produces a bright 600 Lumens and is capable of delivering a 120” projected image anytime, anywhere.
Native 1920x1080 pixel Resolution
Native 1920x1080 pixel resolution on the AAXA P7 Pico Projector is made possible through Texas Instruments amazing DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology -- the same technology found in movie theaters.
Multiple Input Options
Connect to a myriad of devices through its multiple input options including HDMI (compatible), VGA, and Composite AV
Bright and Vivid Projection
600 LED Lumens means a brilliant and vivid picture up to 120" in dark areas
30,000 Hours LED Lightsource
Immersive sound with an onboard 2 Watt Premium Speaker
Optional 38W Li-ion Battery - INCLUDED!
The P7 can operate for 90 minutes and deliver 450 LED Lumens in battery mode.
|Brightness||130 LED Lumens||420 LED Lumens||600 LED Lumens||600 LED Lumens||900 LED Lumens||1200 LED Lumens|
|Native Resolution||WVGA (854x480)||720p (1280x720)||WXGA (1280x800)||1080p Full HD (1920x1080)||WXGA (1280x800)||1080p Full HD (1920x1080)|
|Inputs||Mini-HDMI; Composite AV; USB; microSD||HDMI; Composite AV; Mini-VGA; USB; microSD||HDMI; Composite AV; Mini-VGA; USB; microSD||HDMI; Composite AV; Mini-VGA; USB; microSD||HDMI; VGA; Composite AV; USB; microSD||HDMI; VGA; Composite AV; USB; microSD|
|Battery Runtime||Up to 150 Minutes||Up to 150 Minutes||Up to 80 Minutes||Up to 90 Minutes||Up to 70 Minutes||Up to 90 Minutes|
|Projection Size||8-100 inches||10-120 inches||10-140 inches||16-120 inches||10-150 inches||12-200 inches|
|Onboard Media Player||Android OS w/ Streaming Apps||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|LED Life||20,000 Hours||30,000 Hours||30,000 Hours||30,000 Hours||30,000 Hours||30,000 Hours|
|Size and Weight||2.8" x 2.8" x 2.3" / 8.8 oz||5.5" x 3.5" x 1.2" / 0.84 lbs||5" x 4.8" x 1.7" / 1.2 lbs||4.7" x 4.4" x 2.7" / 1.4 lbs||6" x 6" x 1.8" / 1.95 lbs||7" x 7" x 2.1" / 2.5 lbs|
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1) very bright for its size. I can use it in daylight with the blinds about 50% open at the full 120 inches. I can safely get 65 inches in full daylight with lights on with washout on the dark spots, but that is because there can’t be dark spots on a whole wall in a lot room.
2) the image is surprisingly clear. I’ve had a dozen of these little projectors many were 720 or 800p and we’re decent, this bad boy throws a clear crisp image on nearly any surface.
3) it’s tiny, this is both a pro and con. The pro is you can keep it anywhere
4) price is great for a 1080p 450 lumen projector. It’s 600 on wall power, the 450 is more than adequate for indoor use.
1) fan is wildly loud all the time. When in bright mode it’s unbearable.
2) speaker or driver for sound is complete garbage. The reason I’m sending mine back is for this reason alone. Sure I can use an extra external speaker but that defeats the purpose.
3) size, it’s too small for many places to be stable. Where something with a wider footprint would help it be stable. As well they had to cram all the ports together, so if you use a fire stick, chromecast, and the such in the hdmi they block the USB port needed for power. I used a 90 degree hdmi adapter to make room
4) it does not charge while on. This is to help with heat mitigation but man it’s a huge flaw. So if you drain it, plug it in and continue watching for say an hour, as soon as you unplug it it’s dead.
Long and the short I use mine daily for my daughter so the sound and lack of charging while on doomed it from day 1.
If this wasn’t a daily used item but say for presentation or weekends it’s perfect
Picture is very sharp and clear
Sound is adequate. Loud enough for gaming and quiet rooms for movies.
Got the screen up to 100 inches on the battery and the 400 lumens really are cutting it. I have a 2000 lumen Epson and it compared very well.
The hdmi has no noticeable input latency. This was the issue with other projectors. No gaming possible. But the little guy gave me no issues. I was able to compete online in smash brothers and win without issue.
The built in media player plays every media file I tried. No issues there.
I paired with a fire stick and had a smart projector in no time. The onboard usb will power a fire stick.
The battery was great. Watched incredibles 2 and some of Infinity war and played smash for 25 minutes. Lasted longer than the estimated 1.5 hours. Can’t recommend enough.
Keystone works well. Easy to square up wherever I placed it.
Sound could be beefier
Picture has a purple/red hue that I can’t correct. I will dive into color setting more and update but so far it’s just what you see in the picture. It’s passable. The incredibles was on my kitchen wall at sunset about 50 inches. Looked fine. Smash brothers was over 100 inches on a screen in a black room. Really awesome but the corners in the right were a bit blurry. Probably also keystone issue.
Last problem. The focus wheel, it’s not automatic and that’s ok. But the wheel clicks in different positions and I couldn’t find the sweet spot very easily.
You won’t regret this one. My new favorite.
I’ve had other aaxa’s. A riff 6 cube. A nebula Mars. Beats all of them.
I owned a 720p InFocus ScreenPlay 5000 projector that retailed for more than $1,500 in 2005. AAXA's P7 projector may not handle color quite as well as that old projector (I'd need more time to play with settings to know for sure), but I wouldn't expect it to for the size and price.
If you're looking for a projector for weekly movie nights and/or use outside for gatherings or business presentations, this projector might be just the ticket for you! If you're looking for a top-tier-performing projector for half a grand, your expectations are sky high to the point of being unrealistic.
I believe this projector's going to sell well once word gets out about its strong performance at such an affordable price. I'm psyched I got it! Enjoy! :)
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feels very cheap, and can not recommend
I have had a Philips projector for the past 6 year a mini pro Pico 3614 and it has been good very small native 480 but that was ok for what I wanted it for but then it died on me and I wanted to replace it with something brighter.
after days of research I can across a great u-tube channel reviewing this projector an other peco projectors and had a look.
The main thing at caught my eye was the crisp image and brightness compared to other projector of this size but I did not have an android operating system I a really liked the idea of android to stream Netflix amazon prime e.c.t.
then I stumbled on the idea of a amazon fire stick with a projector a cool idea and did sum more research, well long story short I worked out I just wanted a good brightness and good native 1080 projector everything else did not matter as that could all be done thought the fire stick, Bluetooth to my sound bar no worries thought the fire stick all the streaming content I wish fire stick 1080 and 4k fire stick watch film form a usb flash drive fire stick, so I thought I would take the plunge and try it.
well I am not disappointed this thing rocks plugged in the new 4k firestick and turn the projector on and yep works a treat Bluetooth my sound bar yep and then started watch a episode of blue plantet, but then realised it was day time and the lights were on the sun streaming in thought the window see pic 3 but the picture was very clear and a bit washed out but compered with my old pilihips I could on use at night or really dark room this thing was amazing as the evening can in and it got darker the image just kept getting better till pic 1 the detail and quailts of clear to see WOW just WOW love this thing. also found out if I buy the rave ac power bank 20100mak with 3 oin convertor on the top I can run the projector for another 3 h plus so out door movie night here we come
over all I am very pleased with the products its a bit plasticie on the finish but the inner good are top notch if you want a small bright projector to watch home films look no further this thing is amazing with a fire stick that is.
the fan is a bit nose but noting crazy
basic operating system but not why I bough this
the ports could be spaced better at he back (but nit picking now)
It's annoying to have all the cables. Surely, there are other companies out there that do the same product that has adopted to the new digital world.
i returned this only because i was looking for a smart projector like anker nebula series, and for some reason i just assumed this one was also smart, but i was wrong, no wifi or bluetooth capabilities at all, have to connect to a casting device by cable, or insert usb sticks with video files or something.