Focused Technology now carries the full line of AAXA Pico “pocket” projectors with LED technology. There’s a lot of confusion about micro projectors, so we’ve put together this FAQ to help you figure out if a pocket projector is right for you.
What is a “pico” projector?
Pico projectors, AKA pocket projectors, AKA micro projectors, are simply projectors that are small enough to fit easily in your hand and travel in your pocket. The small size is made possible by LED light processing technology
What is LED? What are the benefits of LED projectors?
LED (Light Emitting Diodes) are a relatively new source of light output in the projection industry. Besides allowing for very small projectors, the solid state design makes them very durable and long lasting. LED light sources in projectors last 10000 hours or more, which is about 5 times longer than a traditional projector lamp. LED projectors also run cool so there is no need for a noisy fan.
What are the downsides to LED projectors? How does it affect the picture quality?
LED projectors will have significantly lower lumen (brightness) output compared to a traditional projector and require smaller images as a result. Each individual projector has its own strengths and weaknesses. AAXA provides a handy chart to determine which model would be best for your needs:
AAXA M1 Micro Projector – World’s Brightest Micro Projector!
AAXA M1 Plus Micro Projector – World’s Brightest Micro Projector!
- Supports VGA & Composite A/V Inputs
- Native SVGA (800×600) resolution
- Ultra-bright 66 Lumen LED light source
- 1GB onboard memory + SD card reader
- Input support: See technical info below
- Supports USB video streaming
- Excellent text clarity and contrast
- RMVB, MP3, AVI, JPG decoder
- Projects up to a 100″ image*
- (In low-light conditions)
- Optional iPod, PSP, PDA, DVD input cables
AAXA P2 Pico Projector – World’s Brightest Pico Projector!
- Sharp SVGA (800×600) resolution
- Bright 33 Lumen LED light source
- 1GB onboard memory + microSD reader
- MP4, MP3, AVI, JPG, WMV decoder
- Projects up to a 80″ image*(In low-light conditions)
- VGA, RGB, iPod, PSP, PDA, DVD input
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