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AAXA Technologies P4 Pico Projector Review

March 29, 2012
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Introduction

At first glance, the P4 ($399 MSRP, about $325 on the web) from AAXA looks like a leading pico projector with a grand list of features and some thoughtfully included accessories. Not only do you get a VGA, USB, and AV connections with the included cables, there is a mini-tripod in the box. Also, this projector comes with its own, brand name operating system to run the internal memory: Windows CE. It requires the extra purchase of a specific keyboard to operate, but that’s still pretty cool, right? Well, not so right. We experienced more than our share of difficulties using every one of these features. We also ran the AAXA Technologies P4 through our standard battery of tests and the results didn’t make up for our numerous tribulations.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. Viewing Effects
  7. Calibration
  8. Connectivity & Media
  9. Power, Noise & Heat
  10. Optoma Pico PK320 Comparison
  11. Aiptek PocketCinema V50 Comparison
  12. 3M MP225A Comparison
  13. Conclusion
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