Summary: Have an i7 with minimum 1024x768 resolution, a Toshiba laptop. I tried the VGA cable connector, the mini hdmi connector in the package, and a midsize hdmi-hdmi connector that I bought from Amazon alongside, none of the three got the laptop to see the device, nor did anything at all show up on the projector besides the settings screen of the projector itself (its own screen is bright and sharp, wish I could see the laptop). Nice unit, would keep it if I could connect it.
Excerpt: The projection is fine, but the included cables doesn't work, VGA port don't work, (second cable buyed from aaxa, also fail), the supported formats suck! can't even autoproject a pdf or ppt, so it's not independant. It's only advantage is the lumens capability, but I will come back to the SP-H03, less lumens (30), but incredibly versatile, this showed to be more problems than solutions, also, the customer support of aaxa simply sucks!
Excerpt: I used this projector to show movies outside while camping. It worked GREAT. I connected my iPad mini to the the projector via a HDMI to HDMI mini cable. I purchased an HDMI to HDMI mini cable from @. I connected a blue tooth speaker to my iPad mini and everything worked great.The projector was easy to use, and is versatile--it comes with a mini tripod, and several cables (not the mini HDMI to HDMI, which you will have to purchase).
Pros: Attractive Design, Fast Setup, Good Connection Options, Good Remote Control, Good Resolution, Great Picture Quality
Summary: Purchased this projector to do power point presentations. First you have to change the slides to photos which was no big deal. Would not show slides one at time but like a continuous photo slide show. Got 3 different answers from Aaxa's Tech Support on how to fix it. Finally got a "update" installed on it but when you click to go forward a slide it actually goes forward 2 but if you back it up it goes back one.
This is a very easy thing to use just set it down and barelly ...
sassoon madatian, Amazon
13 July 2014
Summary: This is a very easy thing to use just set it down and barelly adjust the lens you will easily have a 100inch screen yo show whatever you like only downfall is the battery life has only about 1 hour and 30 minutes and you cant charge while playing.....so you project something for that time period let it die then recharge for about 4hours......good for quick presentations ....not for long flix or gsming past a couple rounds of Call of duty..
Summary: I travel frequently on business and thought this projector might help with client presentations, sales proposals, etc. A VERY GOOD BUY! It's small, it's bright and it's easy to use. The tripod is a little tricky, but I'm just glad the unit came with one...I'll upgrade it later. If you travel like I do -- and you need to get your message across "visually", this is a great device to have.
Summary: Because of its size, any pico projector is likely to not be powerful enough for large room presentations. I bought this for my wife to do small classroom type presentations, including showing internet training. It is a marvelous personal tool.
Summary: I bought this because I wanted a projector to take on deployment. Pretty freaking sweet. I will say you have to have a relatively dark room to use it because it isn't super bright like a full size projector would be but for what it is it works great. I was able to use my laptop, iphone, ipod, and ipad on it. Of course for the Apple devices you will need the appropriate adapters.