|Model number||P300 Neo|
|Part Number||P300 Neo|
|Hardware Interface||Mini-VGA, USB|
|Scanner Resolution||Full HD 1080p|
|Special Features||Pico, Battery, Onboard Media Player, Built-In Speakers|
|Mounting Hardware||Power Adapter, User Manual, Composite AV Cable, Tripod, Remote Control|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Notebook Display Technology||DLP|
|Display Technology||DLP with 30,000 Hours Premium LEDs|
|Image Aspect Ratio||1:1|
|Image Brightness||420 lumen|
|Image Contrast Ratio||1000:1|
|Display resolution||1280 x 720|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion|
|Connector Type||MicroSD, Mini-VGA, HDMI::Composite A/V (3.5mm Jack)::Mini-VGA::Full Sized USB 2.0, USB, AV|
|Mounting type||Ceiling Mount|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Includes AC Adapter||Yes|
|Remote Control Included?||Yes|
|Item model number||P300 Neo|
|Product Dimensions||13.97 x 8.89 x 3.05 cm; 381.02 Grams|
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AAXA P300 Neo LED Video Projector with 2.5 Hour Rechargeable Battery, Onboard Media Player, HDMI/Mini VGA/USB/microSD Inputs, iPhone iPad PS4 Xbox Compatible, 1080p Support
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- NATIVE 720p HD RESOLUTION - Max 1080P input. 420 Lumens and Vibrant Color Technology provides crisp and clear image. 16:9 Aspect ratio
- RECHARGEABLE BATTERY - 2000mah Li-ion battery provides up to 2.5hrs of runtime (In Eco Mode) for Anytime Anywhere Projection. No need for bulb replacements with 30 ,000+ Hour Premium LEDs
- EXTENSIVE INPUT OPTIONS - HDMI, Mini VGA, 3.5mm Aux Out, Composite A/V along with Micro SD and USB readers. ONBOARD MEDIA PLAYER and Built-in Speaker for Direct File Playback
- ULTRA PORTABLE FORM FACTOR - 5.4" x 3.5" x 1.2" in size and weighs only 0.84 lbs. Fits nicely in your laptop bag or briefcase for travel and outdoor camping
- PERFECT FOR BUSINESS AND HOME USE - Presentation, Gaming, Home Theater. Up to 120" screen (in low light conditions). Includes remote for easy navigation
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The P300 Neo maintains the blockbuster brightness of its precursor P300 while reducing size and weight by more than 40%. The P300 Neo is an ultra-compact small projector measuring just 5.4" x 3.4" x 1.18" which is about the size of two smartphones stacked together.
Big Screen Performance, Tiny Projector
- 420 Lumens.
- 720p HD Native Resolution.
- 30,000 Hour LEDs.
Onboard Media Player
A powerful onboard media player plays HD content, high megapixel slideshows, music and text files.
With USB and microSD card inputs, there is no need to connect to a laptop/tablet to give presentations or watch movies.
30,000 Hour LED Light Source
Unlike traditional lamp-based projectors which require frequent bulb changes with expensive bulbs that cost hundreds of dollars, the P300 Neo utilizes an LED light source that lasts 10 times longer.
The LED light source also enables the P300 Neo to achieve full brightness within seconds. Of course, it turns off instantly as well.
2.5 Hour Onboard Battery
The P300 Neo's built-in battery gives you upwards of 2.5 Hours of media playback! Rechargeable and long lasting, the internal lithium ion battery makes the P300 Neo a truly portable device.
This onboard battery is known as a 'premium grade' battery that is designed to retain 85% of it's charge over 1000 charge cycles.
True Native 720p Resolution
Unlike competitors that claim high resolution through digital scaling, the P300 Neo has a native resolution of 1280x720 pixels and is capable of scaling resolutions up to 1080P.
At 720p (1280x720) native resolution, the P300 Neo achieves more than double the pixel resolution of similarly sized 854x480 (WVGA) mini projectors.
Perfect for Business and Leisure
Bring Presentations Anywhere and Everywhere
The AAXA P300 Neo joins the mobile revolution as a complete all-in-one system for the discerning mobile professional that comfortably fits in a purse, briefcase, or laptop bag.
Turn Any Wall to a Big Screen
The AAXA P300 Neo turns any wall to a large screen. With the onboard 2.5 Hour battery, your big screen is not bounded by the location of the power outlets!
Camping or Outdoor Applications
The AAXA P300 Neo is the perfect companion for camping and outdoor events. With its onboard media player, the P300 Neo can project cartoons, movies, and pictures directly from a USB stick or microSD Card to entertain you and your group.
|HD Pico||P2-A||P300 Neo||P6||M5||M6|
|Brightness (Lumens)||50 Lumens||130 Lumens||420 Lumens||600 Lumens||900 Lumens||1200 Lumens|
|Native resolution||720p HD 1280x720||WVGA 850x480||720p HD 1280x720||WXGA HD 1280x800||WXGA HD 1280x800||1080p Full HD 1920x1080|
|Media Player||✓||✔ - Android||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Battery Life||150 Minutes||150 Minutes||150 Minutes||80 Minutes||70 Minutes||60 Minutes|
|Maximum Projection Size||80"||100"||120"||140"||150"||200"|
|Inputs||Mini-HDMI; Composite AV; USB; microSD||Mini-HDMI; Composite AV; USB; microSD||HDMI; Composite AV; Mini-VGA; USB; microSD||HDMI; Composite AV; Mini-VGA; USB; microSD||HDMI; VGA; Composite AV; USB; microSD||HDMI; VGA; Composite AV; USB; microSD|
|Wireless Connectivity||-||WiFi; Bluetooth||-||-||-||-|
|Built-in Speaker/3.5mm Audio Out||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Weight||0.38lbs/6oz||0.55lbs/8.8oz||0.84lbs||1.2 lbs||1.95 lbs||2.5 lbs|
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It is compact, when it works well, it works mostly very well.
The speaker is "nahhh" but you don't expect great speakers in projectors. It does its job well.
It has batteries although they don't last much unless you have the light source in Eco.
It isn't heavy and mostly delivers.
1. At least mine has some issues connecting correcly to the cable box. The image is fine, but sound works sometimes, and some other times it does not. The same HDMI source, when used on my old OPTOMA HD projector or on my LED TV always works fine. So the issue is the projector. I took the time of writing to AAXA before writing this review. We exchanged emails with a nice guy called Michael. Most of the time he tried to explain how everything worked and the problem was just mine. After going back and forth 9 times, I finally gave up. He was very nice to apologize but then again, he said that there must be a compatibility issue between my Cable box and the unit (again, the problem was mine and not the unit's). As I explained to him in my last email before giving up, I get sound, another days I don't...on, off...if it is incompatible, it just does not work since the software cannot "work out issues" (it is not a programmer, it is just a program), so it will not work out what is wrong. If it works sometimes, and sometimes it does not (while everywhere else the connection is always fine), then it is either an issue with the HDMI imput or with the projector's software. That's it. So we agreed to disagree.
2. Other annoying little issues:
a. I put the lamp in BOOST mode, and the projector, on its own, brings back brightness to Standard within 10 minutes. It will just not stay on BOOST (brightest)
b. Focus is very annoying. It is just a short wheel. So if you miss the exact spot, you are off focus. ALSO, if you have it working with the tripod it comes with and listening loudly with the onboard speaker, it will shake enough to move it and to get it off focus. I have to get up every 20 minutes to refocus.
c. This is common of all these small projectors, the interface works but it is awful, and the remote is just garbage.
OVERALL: It is still a nice little projector and it delivers a lot for your buck. It is just full of little nagging issues which very much detract from what could be an enjoyable experience. Their service department is responsive but I wish it tried to solve issues instead of, very politely, trying to convince the user that there is nothing wrong with the unit...
Just because it works, and it is bright (although very often only when it feels like it) and has sound (again, mostly when it feels like it)... 3 Stars.
Reviewed in the United States on 20 September 2018
The colors had to be tained down to about half of the default which makes the picture a little pail
nut more reasonable because the default is too "punchy" alot of saturation , which makes the reds really pink and glowing...
it sounds like an old laptop on high performance mode. you definetly hear the fan, but with the movie in the background you forget.
if you want the projector to attach subtitles to the movie it doesn't work. subtitles in english are unreadable, and other language such as hebrew doesn't work.
I think the price is good but you have to know the downsides.
size , contrast, brightnes, good white color. sharp if you nail the focus ring by the milimeter. no lag. nice tripod. price. remembers last settings.
good standart light even with battery but for 30 minutes- eco mode is longer. (buying an extrenal battery for outdoor use as it draws only 25W)
color too harsh. red is pink. no subtitle support (very important for traveling if you are not english native - now i have to buy a player..),
a lot of light is spread around the picture (like a 20% frame of dim light). no keystone on the device bottons (have to keep the remote with you).
handle gently with focus ring to nail exact focus.
loses focus after few minutes. needs to be refocused after about 5 minutes. and than stays in focus
1. It's not super bright. If you use this in a dark room with all lights turned off, then it is super bright. But if you try to use this in a room with windows during daytime, then it's not that easy to see.
2. The battery is almost a joke. It says 2.5 hours in Eco mode in the description here. On the AAXA website, it just says 60+ minute operation. We were able to get exactly 60 minutes on Standard mode: we were watching a movie, and the projector shut off at the 59 minute mark, but we probably spent 1 minute setting up in the beginning.
3. Connecting was surprisingly easy. Bought a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI cable (like AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable - 6 Feet ) and connected the MacBook Air to this projector. Then selected Digital Input on the projector, and Voila! There was a beautiful image.