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AAXA HD Pico LED Projector With 150-Minute Rechargeable Battery, 1280 X 720P HD Native Resolution, Portable Mini Cube Design
The HD Pico is the world's tiniest native resolution 720P LED Projector. Measuring just 2.3 x 2.3 x 2.3 and weighing just 6 ounces the heart of this diminutive pico projector is a high-resolution 1280 x 720 pixel Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) driven optical engine that produces an immersi
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AAXA TECHNOLOGIES

AAXA HD Pico LED Projector With 150-Minute Rechargeable Battery, 1280 X 720P HD Native Resolution, Portable Mini Cube Design

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1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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AAXA TECHNOLOGIES
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Portable
Description

The HD Pico is the world's tiniest native resolution 720P LED Projector. Measuring just 2.3 x 2.3 x 2.3 and weighing just 6 ounces the heart of this diminutive pico projector is a high-resolution 1280 x 720 pixel Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) driven optical engine that produces an immersive 80 high-resolution (HD) display in dark areas. The HD Pico is small in size but huge on performance and incorporates a 150 minute lithium ion battery, 20,000 hour LEDs, a powerful 1 watt speaker, and an onboard media player. Connectivity options include Mini-HDMI, AV, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The HD Pico is a true anytime, anywhere projector.

  • The World's Smallest 720p HD (1280 x 720) Native Resolution LED Mini Projector; 1080p Maximum Resolution.
  • Rechargeable 2.5hr Lithium-ion Battery; 20,000 Hr Premium LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology.
  • Onboard Media Player with Built-in Speaker, Mini-HDMI/USB/AV/microSD Inputs, and 3.5mm Aux Out.
  • Tiny 2.3-inch Cube Design; Weighs only 6 ounces - The HD Pico is small in size but huge on performance. Supported Formats: MP3 / WMA / OGG / WAV / AVI WMV / SMV / BMP / JPG / GIF / TXT
  • This projector is designed to be used in dark areas only. Max projection image size: 80. Easily charges via the supplied USB but a special 5V 2.5A power adapter is required for continuous operation
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Shot battery and hot
by Valued Customer on August 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It only last about an hour. You cannot watch a full movie with it. And it gets extremely hot

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Four Stars
by Valued Customer on July 30, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I wish the focus mechanism could make finer adjustments - I'm forever overshooting the sweet spot because it's jerky.

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Ger Smarter
by Valued Customer on July 16, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It's pretty frustrating. It won't detect any USB device or microSD card more than 4 GB in size. I have to carry multiple to have any selection available.

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than stated and the recipient of it was very pleased with the gift
by Valued Customer on May 20, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It arrived a bit earlier than stated and the recipient of it was very pleased with the gift. She will be using it to decorate cookies and cakes. Delicious. Stylish.

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The picture is much better than I was expecting
by Valued Customer on May 13, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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The picture is much better than I was expecting. The sound is a little tinny but I can't complain for the price. It does connect to a Bluetooth speaker and I can plug a Chromecast into it with an adapter. Would purchase again.

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Over all a nice pike projector
by Valued Customer on April 17, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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-there is no way to check what the battery status is, the projector just turns off when battery runs out-the remote control is not very practical in dark-the projector drops brightness with distanc drastically, the best you can get is 2m (diagonal) in com

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Great image quality, but not so good ergonomics which could probably be solved by releasing a good FIRMWARE
by Valued Customer on March 21, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Great product for the image quality and low noise, good form factor, but SOME CONS:- just a physical and not easy physical switch to switch-on the projector,- there is no way to switch-on the Projector through its remote, nor through the HDMI signal- there is no stand-by mode, nor automatic, nor manual just the choice to switch-off the projector- when plugged and charged, there is a blue light which is always-on and can be annoying, and no way to de-activate it, even if switch-off- an update of the FIRMWARE should probably be done in order to solve all those ergonomics problems listed above

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Small but powerfull
by Valued Customer on March 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Even though its small, it really delivers a high quality picture. I use it both for fun and work and provides a great image without taking too much space

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For the price is a really good purchase
by Valued Customer on March 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I have a little more than a month and it still works very well, either battery powered or directly pluged to the wall. I recently bought a Nintendo Switch and it looks great.Pros:-Really compact.-High quality video resolution.-Battery is decent. Some times I forget to plug it before playing my series and the battery lasts for about 2 hours.-Can display to the ceiling or to the floor (with the proper accessories and/or a little of imagination)Cons:-Takes really long to fully charge the battery (all night and a little more).-Sound is low quality.-Cannot power on with the remote, just power off.Issues:-If you play videos above 720p or 1080p (just in youtube at the moment) the projector mixes up the colors like displaying three or two images for each color (RGB).-Sometimes (happened just twice) a really slim blue bar is displayed on the left side of the projected image.Both issues, while extending desktop from my laptop, where solved just turning the projector off and then on again.

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Great little LED projector
by Valued Customer on February 16, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Great LED projector, good picture quality. Tripod a little flimsy and thread has come loose already. Still very happy at the price.

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Very good projector but it does have a few quirks.
by Valued Customer on February 11, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I am very impressed with this projector. Most people leaving bad reviews about the battery or what not don't really seem to understand or did not read what this projector can do. This projector works great for what it is. Now there are a few things about it that did not work well which is why I did not give it 5 stars.It is very nice to have a 1280 x 720 resolution but I don't really see the need to have your source set to 1920 x 1080 unless you are using a computer desktop or something. The image on this projector is much better than my big/cheap 3600 lumens projector that I have so that really surprised me. I do wish it was brighter but unless you want to spend $400+ for a projector of the same size, you wont get that. Even with it only being 50 lumens, it works really well in a dark room. Even with a few lights on its not too bad. I found you can project the image pretty large but of course the larger it is, the darker your room needs to be.I then tested the battery in several ways. At first I found it only ran for about 47 minutes which I thought was a little odd, especially with the description and their website saying 150 minutes. I realized that it had to be under certain circumstances. Sure enough I found in the fine print where it said that the150 minutes is only under ECO mode. I decided to test this to confirm and sure enough it ran for about 2 hours and 10 minutes which is pretty close. The 20 minute discrepancy is most likely due to when I first turned it on it was set to BRIGHT even though I had set it to ECO before I unplugged it.This brings me to one of the reasons for the reduced star. For some reason the brightness setting keeps changing on its own. I will set it to ECO and it seems to change back to BRIGHT randomly. After some testing, I found that while it is plugged in, it can only run in Standard and ECO mode. When its on battery, it can go Bright, Standard, and ECO. It seems that when it changes between external power and battery, it automatically sets to the highest one available. It really should stay on the setting you set it too unless the mode you changed too cant support it of course.For the USB/SD support, I tested several different types of drives that I had to see what would work and my conclusion was that it does not seem to have a size limit but it does seem very finicky on the drive itself. While some of my external drives or USB flash drives would work, others would not. I did find that FAT32 and NTFS is supported but not exFAT. I have made a spreadsheet of the different drives I tried and attached it as a image to this review if you want more info.Another reason for the reduced star is the power on/off feature is a little wonky. You can use the remote to turn it off, but the remote does not work to turn it on. My guess is when it is powered off, the IR receiver is also powered off which really should not be the case. Also the built in speaker is pretty much as expected. It really is useless so I suggest you use some kind of external speaker that can run on battery or USB power.For anyone interested, I purchased�Camera Monopod Removable Aluminum 70"" Camera Tripod with Pan-Head�for a tripod and it works great for this projector as it can provide tabletop support or a height of around 6 feet. I also purchased�Upgraded Pyle 40"" Portable Projector Screen�for a decent sized screen that is also very portable. Its not huge but enough for viewing which is what I wanted because I don't want to carry around a 20lb screen. I do wish there was a stand for it to increase the height but it is still a great screen so far.As for the power adapter, the ones that is sold for this projector is just too expensive. After some research, I first tried�USB Type C Charger, Quick Charge 3.0 Rapid Fast Wall Charger�for 12.99 which should have worked but it did not seem to be able to output enough power to allow the projector to run continuously. I then tried�[UL LISTED] Pwr+ 24W Quick Charge 3.0 USB Charger�fro $9.99 which I already had for something else and it worked perfectly. I did find that the projector will not charge while it is in use or at least it should not. Per the company it does not charge while you use it to protect the battery. That makes no sense to me but not much I can do about it.All in all I am very happy with this projector and would recommend it to anyone. If it were not for the few things I mentioned here, it would be 5 stars.

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A Good Buy, but not for picky users
by Valued Customer on January 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It's portable, doesn't make too much noise, and gives out a good picture at a price under $200. However, the 50 lumens spec is not a joke. Any viewing in any kind of lighting will leave the viewer unsatisfied. The picture completely disappeared when I turned on a lamp (which was about 5 feet from where the projector displayed its image) in my bedroom. Overall, I was very pleased. However, I decided to return the item because of a few things. First, there is a ""deadspot"" on the focus ring. Whenever I change the rotation direction on the focus ring, I always had to rotate it for a few seconds before I saw a change in the clarity of the picture. Second, the focus was off. Whenever I got the center of the image to focus, the corners would become blurry (and vice versa). Third, the focus ring is not very smooth. My fingertips became a little sore whenever I tried to focus the projector. For less than $200, it seems unreasonable to ask a lot from a projector. However, the ease of focusing is an important part of a pico projector, especially since they are made to be moved from one place to another without much effort.Pros:- cheap price point- mostly silent fan- portable- 720p native resolutionCons:- focus ring is hard to use- the corner of an image was not focused while the center of the image was focused

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