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AAXA P2 Jr Pico Projector 55 Lumens LED 90 Minute Li-Ion Battery Onboard MP4 Player and HDMI input

Price: £139.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • 55 Lumen DLP Optical Engine with 15000 Hour LEDs
  • mini-HDMI, VGA, AV, USB, Micro SD Card Inputs
  • Powerful ARM processor for Video and Picture Playback (Onboard)
  • 90 Minute Internal Lithium Ion Battery

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Very nice but no audio out kills it - but you can fix it 1 Jun 2013
By F. L. Junior - Published on Amazon.com
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Its a very nice gadget
Much faster than aaxa P1jr, runs 16 gb sd cards (P1 did only 8gb SDs) and 55 lumens is very good for a almost dark room, something like you really let your living room when watching TV
On battery it runs 35 lumens
On power (55 lumens) side by side in a dark room with a powerfull LG PA70G 700 lumens led projector (biggest led projector yet), you wont feel much difference (but dont get room lights on or the difference will appear very hard...)
The problem is the lack of audio out
Thats because the best thing in this gadget is its portability, by far
So if you want it portable, you wont be hooking it to your phone with a lot of wires
But its speaker sound is very low, so you certainly will not hear absolutely anything in a restaurant, for example (yes, its main use is to entertain your childs while in a restaurant, because in your house you will use a bigger projector, of course)
So if aaxa would spend 50 cents more and install a audio out connector, for a portable powered speaker or a headphone, this would be a perfect gadget
But the way it is, its like a soundless movie projector in reality, nice if you like movies from Buster Keaton or Oliver Hardy, that dont need to be heard ...
In my case, I will open it and install a conector myself, but i know how to do this, and did it in my P1 jr (P1 specs says it have one 3.5mm audio out, but its not true at all)
Hope this intervention do not overheat something and burn it, but is the only way to make it usable
Pitty, because its a very nice machine

Added later:
I finaly opened it and installed one audio out connector
Its not much difficult to do
If you want, there is barely space to install one stereo P2 connector inside it, so nobody will realize it have been altered
In few words, I did cut one of the speaker wires ond ironed the conector between the cutted wires, so the out speaker or headphone will be in series, not in paralel, which assures you the projector wont burn, becaus you are really lowering the power out
(you can even use P2 extra pins to short circuit connector when you unhook speaker out, so internal speaker will stay working when the connector is unhhoked - I did this way on mine)
When done, audio is very very loud then in a headphone, very nice ( of course, you can lower audio level in projector's controls)
Even with some audio out portable speaker the audio out is very good and loud if you need
Last, watching its inside you can realize it is very well made, and uses 2 very compact and powerfull 2 amps lithium batteries
Somebody on AAXA put lot of effort in it
And best of all, it have HD resolution, and one HDMI in connector, micro size (seems a larger one but its not - but you can buy a adapter cable for U$2 anywhere)
Did buy 2 more of those projectors this week and will tweak them also
Very nice
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Portable yet powerful Pico Projector! 8 Oct 2013
By HappyGuy - Published on Amazon.com
AAXA KP-100-02 P2 Jr Pico Projector with 2 Hour Battery Life, Pocket Size, 20,000 Hour LED Life, Mini-HDMI, Mini-VGA, Media Player , DLP Projector

One of the best pico projectors I've bought so far.

One of the most portable pico projectors. Fits right in your pocket.
55 Lumens - High for such a small device.
Compatible with numerous devices - from phones to sd cards.

Speakers need improvement but is offset by functionality and features.

I've already ordered a few to give away to family for the Christmas holidays. I think they will definitely love this little gadget. Used it for business presentation, but mostly casual use. I always bring it with me. It's nice to have a device that everyone can enjoy.

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Hey guys,
I just wanted to quickly showcase this little awesome tech device that I ordered online a few days ago and just received yesterday.
It's called the P2 jr. pico projector, and it's part of a line of pico projector devices otherwise known as handheld projector or micro projector. I bought this new for $199 at AAXAtech.com. And it's pretty small, as you can see, it fits in the palm of my hands.
Reason for buying this is for portable amusement and presentations. And yes I'll use this mainly for connecting my phone - which has many videos, images, and games - and share that content with my buddies/family. Because this device can mirror whatever is on your phones screen.
And it did say this thing is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, S3 (which is my phone), S4 and etc. Basically a lot devices. You can also connect your laptop, usb or micro sd card into these slots here, and yes even your gaming devices (Wii, PS3, and etc,) so this thing is a pretty much a versatile device.
Let me go ahead quickly show you guys a demonstration of what this little guy can do.
It's really intuitive. All I did was connect an HDMI MHL Cable - which I ordered as an extra accessory during the order process - with my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone.
And you can start using it.

So When you turn on the P2 jr, you'll be presented with 6 options in the home screen, and depending on what you have plugged in you'll only need to choose one of the options.
And As I place my hand into the projected image, you can get a visualization of the size. The projection image can range from 7 to 80 inches.
As previously mentioned guys, the projector mirrors exactly what is on your phone screen.
You can pretty much play anything you want to present to your audience.
So like videos,
And I'll tell you guys, I'm pretty amazed by the quality of the image it's projecting for such a small device.
So I would definitely recommend this P2 pico projector to those that want to share and present files on the big screen, but compacted into a portable device.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Lack of Keystone correction is a killer 15 July 2013
By Christina Gressianu - Published on Amazon.com
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This little guy is great - good picture, good color, etc. But, there's no keystone correction... meaning that if the projector isn't perfectly parallel to the floor and the wall, the picture is distorted. So you can't set it on a table and angle it up... the picture has to be level with the table. Doesn't work for me. Too bad.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A solid device for fun and work 9 Mar 2014
By Arman Barsamian - Published on Amazon.com
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It's a beautiful and compact projector. I use it mainly for outdoor movie nights with the neighbors. We get outside, grill, play cards, catch up, and then watch a movie. The only thing that would make it better would be a longer battery life. But, with a handy extension cord that becomes trivial when on the patio. It also has a good business case for travelers. I have used it on the road to offer good presentations to students and potential clients.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
No tripod mount 25 Jun 2013
By L. Schrader - Published on Amazon.com
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There is no mention that this projector is missing a tripod mount, so it's difficult to aim, especially since it has no keystone correction. Also the composite input uses a special cable that is hard to connect and falls out easy. Brightness is decent, but the lack of mounting for me looses a lot of stars. My Aiptek V10 projector though not as bright, at least has a way to mount it, and uses a simple AV jack for quick firm connection.

The focus wheel is also hard to dial in just right, and the resolution is low. 35 lumens is what it runs on battery, and it is somewhat brighter at the 55 lumens when plugged in. I would not plan to show text on it, again as the resolution is low. In a dark club, it would be barely useable, but it does hide well in your hand, and for limited use it might work.

It is also somewhat fragile, but it is very small, and comes with all the accessories, including a VGA cable and a remote. The menu interface is basic, but useable. I would only recommend it if you needed the smallest projector
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