Conclusion: Special for our readers : If you wan’t to go a bit brighter, but still stay portable, Aaxa has two specials on right now for our readers if they buy the M1 or M2. The P1 Jr. is already discounted.
Excerpt: I’ve been fascinated by the numerous pico projectors that have been released in the past few years. The idea of being able to connect your phone or media device to something just about the same size and throw the picture, slide or video playing on the former up on a wall by using the latter seemed…...
Pros: Small; light; well made; takes video off you small device and lets you share with others; has the ability to read media right from an SD card and project it on a wall
Cons: Additional cables needed to use with an iPod, Zune or many other popular devices; gives the kind of performance you would expect from something this small and inexpensive.
Pico Projector Review – AAXA P1 Jr. Pico Projector with LED Lightsource
22 October 2010
Conclusion: Not bad, not bad at all. The color is pretty good, as the images from Road Trip demonstrate. The slight distortion (softness almost a light blur) from the light leak keeps this from being a really excellent value, but price considered, the P1 Jr.
Pros: The $119 price, of course, SD card slot, Built in Media player not only works, but has lots of nice options for slideshows and more, 1 watt speaker and a little better sound than average, USB with On-The-Go (OTG) support, Has tripod thread, and comes with mini tripod, which is very handy!, Compos...