PICTURE HEAVY! sorry,but pictures are worth a thousand words
This time I bought a projector for myself instead of borrowing it. Previously I did a review here on the AAXA M2 micro projector(which I borrowed).
I got the P4 Pico projector which is smaller than micro projector.
It supposedly has 75 minutes of battery life so it does not need to be plugged into the wall 100% of the time like the M2 micro projector was.
Overall the product is very solid. It comes with a soft matte black case which resembles the bat mobile. From what I remember about the M2, this P4 projector seems to have better color quality, but it is not as bright as the M2. The P4 has 80 lumens while the M2 has 110 so if you needed a little more brightness and didn’t mind being plugged in I would go with the M2.
I personally wanted to option of having battery power and wanted to get a new product as fast as possible.
The P4 pico projector has quite a few inputs including: VGA, A/V, 1 full usb, 1 micro usb, 1 micro sd slot, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
I wish the P4 had Hdmi like the M2 did but I guess it doesn’t really matter since I don’t run anything at 1080p anyway. I just have tons of hdmi cords laying around everywhere so would be convenient to have some use for them.
Pictures of the unit+ accessories
Pictures of P4 pico projector on top of iPad 2
The unit is pretty small. The ipad actually make it look even smaller.
Images in action! streaming from Hulu App on iPad 2.
The iPad 2 mirrors so I can have anything show up. Hulu does have a video out capability so this function would work on any earlier iPhone or iPad.
Color quality is great even on shows like SNL. These images are roughly 50-60" depending on how far i moved it back.
You can get this projector at www.aaxatech.com