In the AAXA P300 review, I’d like to look at the universal top-quality projector and discuss its pros and cons. It features DLP technology and puts out 300 ANSI lumens of brightness in the 720p HD resolution which fulfills all possible needs of an average user.
What I liked about the AAXA P300 specs is that it offers a wide range of inputs, including HDMI, USB, and others. Also, the LED lamp in it will serve you for about 15000 hours. The remote with all necessary controls are included in the set.
AAXA P300 Pros and Cons
- Nice boxing, with a VGA connector, AC adapter, a sturdy tripod and small remote
- All kinds of inputs, including 3.5 mm jack for the headphones or speakers
- Full HDMI connectivity provided
- The lens has a DLP chipset for a high-quality picture even in the broad light
- The brightest battery-powered Pico projector on the market
- It can run 75 minutes off the battery
- The LED lamp lasts for 15000 hours
- Simple setup and actuation
- The bulb went out after some time
- The remote is too twitchy
- The brightness decreases significantly when running on the batteries
- A rainbow effect is distinguishably noticeable
- A construction feels cheap with weak flimsy case