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AAXA P2 Pico Projector reviewed 800x600 33 lumens

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Published on Oct 8, 2009

We reviewed the AAXA P2 pico projector. It's a 33 lumen 800x600 battery powered projector that is great for presentations, movie watching, gaming etc. Very nice to have a portable projector with remote control, etc. Sorry about the video camera, the focus is slightly off, I'll take some pictures of the images and post it up later
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Comments • 19

fun_sorta_but_not_really
Nice projectuuuuuhhhh
magicalhats
thanks for the review. btw, is it also usb powered? and can it be powered up without that external battery you added?
clouddome
It is not noisy at all!! Cant hear anything. Love the P2.
d0nj03
If the people at Fenix can squeeze 125 lumens (without dangerous overheating) out of such a small flashlight as the PD30, the "pico" projector manufacturers should be able to wise up and do the same with only a small sacrifice in size. (Less than what AAXA added to the P1 when they made the P2 - they practically doubled the thickness and made the thing impossible to put in a pocket.)
Life Of A
Lol damn uhh I wonder uhh how many uhh times uhh you said uhh uhhh. Nice projectuhh
ntune990
can i use this while its charging? as a full time projector?
likes2fly
got the videos to work but the sound is not in sync. tried several formats. also my iphone plug does not want to stay in ,just a fraction of a inch of movement and it stops playing. anyone get the volume loud enough to use?
likes2fly
my iphone works fine with ti but my videos will not play when i try to play them from the memory. i've tried converting them but no luck on them playing
batmancrammarc
thanks for posting this.
Matthew O'Brien
Good review. One thing though; please cut down on the "Uh and Um! 
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

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