AAXA P7 Pico Projector Review

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Today I am reviewing the AAXA P7 Pico Projector. This is the newest in AAXA lineup and features a 1080P native resolution
today I will be reviewing axes p7 Piko projector this is the latest in their lineup and features a 1920 by 1080p resolution Texas Instruments fourth generation DLP technology a 30,000 hour LED lamp life and a powerful 38 watt hour battery it retails for a price of $399 u.s. before I begin this video I have to say that I purchased this by myself so this is not a paid promotion let's unbox so in the box we have the included remote the two part power adapter a micro VGA to VGA adapter a 3.5 millimeter to compass it the tripod and of course the projector itself the included battery is already placed in the projector upon receiving it now AXA claims that the battery is removable and replaceable but on my unit it seems to be sticky taped into the actual unit for connectivity AXA did not hesitate to give us all that we need on the far left side we have our micro VGA to VGA a trans flash micro SD card slot and the DC input on the back of the unit we have an LED battery indicator an IR receiver for your remote a USB end for your flash or hard drives and a full size HDMI port as well as the 2 watt speaker on the back side we have a three-and-a-half millimeter headphone jack out for speakers or headphones the power switch the composite AV out for the included cable as well as a focus wheel the focus wheel does have a lot of firmness and grip to it which I like it makes the product feel premium the buttons at the top are used for power input switching and navigation they have a clicky feel to them but they do not feel cheap on the bottom we have the battery port cover now as I stated earlier the battery seems to be stuck in there and I didn't try to take it out here I'm using the p7 with the included tripod now this may be useful on a flat surface like a desk but I still invested into a more professional tripod the p7 is quite heavy for the size so you may want to invest in one yourself the p7 does have a conventional box shape so it's easy to fit in tight spaces for those areas that you can't fit a tripod you shouldn't have any problems stacking a couple boxes and putting it on top like other LED Piko projectors on the market the AXA p7 has a quick boot up time this is because the bulbs don't have to heat up like your standard size projectors the speaker on the p7 is extremely loud here is a clip of some audio taken behind it at about 90% volume as a test we placed the projector in a sunlit room and projected against a wall we recorded this on battery power which is set to about 400 lumens it is still a great viewing experience although some of the colors looked washed out the on screen menu is a tad bit antiquated but it gets the job done first up we have brightness standard 400 lumen and bright 600 lumen next we have audio where we can change settings like treble and bass this is nice for when you're listening to a movie that has lots of bass and you can turn it down next is options we can change the on-screen display language or restore to factory defaults after that we have picture where we can change the brightness the tone the contrast and the color options axe' does also include some presets in there to change to your taste here we can choose our color temperature and we have four options cold medium warm where user customizable next we can change the aspect ratio we have 4 by 3 16 by 9 16 by 10 to zoom features and automatic we also have the option to change the orientation just in case our projector is upside down lastly we have the built-in media player where you can play video music or photos from your transflash microSD card or your USB or hard drive another useful feature is keystoning access p7 projector allows you to Keystone vertically up to 40 points this is great for when you're not projecting straight ahead and have to project at an angle one small caveat to this projector is that it doesn't offer horizontal keystoning it only offers it on the vertical axis you overall I give the AXA p7 an 87 out of a hundred it's a great Piko projector for all of your needs thanks for watching

AAXA P7 Pico Projector Review

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