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AAXA P300 Portable Projector, 1280x800 WXGA HD Resolution, 400 Lumens, Onboard Battery, 15,000 Hour LED, Media Player, DLP

  • 1280x800 (WXGA) HD Native Resolution
  • 400 Lumen Brightness
  • 60+ Minute Li-Ion Battery Life
  • Onboard Media Player
  • 15,000 Hour LED Light Source

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AAXA Technologies is excited to introduce the P300 Pico Projector – the brightest HD pocket projector in class.The new P300 features a revolutionary new compact optical engine capable of delivering 400 peak lumens at a high-definition (HD) resolution of 1280x800.

Powered by Texas Instruments’ DLP Technology the AAXA P300 employs Vibrant Color LED technology that delivers dazzling color quality with an operating life of more than 15,000 hours and is capable of generating a viewing experience of up to 120” in a light-controlled environment.

HD p300 pico projector power

The small size of the P300 allows you to carry your presentations with you anywhere you need it. Instead of trying to host a meeting with alaptop or brochures, you can stretch your content to an incredible 120 inches.

With the latest LED Technology, bulb changes are a thing of the past. LED’s last up to 15,000 hours, 5 times longer than a traditional lamp projector. With the onboard battery, you can truly go mobile with no additional messy cables.


The P300 is a true “pocket projector” at less than 5.9” long, 3.9” wide, and 1.6” tall, it is both compact andenergyefficient- consuming less than 25W when plugged in.

The LED's give you 15,000 hours with no worrying of buying replacements or having bulbs burn out, a good substitute for your portable projector at less than 2 lbs. The ultimate solution for portable presentations in a compact design.


Using the P300’s powerful keystone correction, projecting at an vertical angle is a problem of the past. Misshaped images, graphics and charts can now be turned into a perfect squares.


The AAXA P300 Pico Projector gives teachers the power to provide an interactive learning experience. Students will be excited to learn as they view the bright, colorful image that brings their favorite subjects to life.

The P300 provides instructors with an endless amount of teaching curriculum and allows students to seamlessly share notes and study in a group. With multiple inputs, teachers can provide content with their favorite media devices including, iPads, iPhones, and more.

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Through the Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCoS) imager the P300 delivers highest-in-class resolution of 1280x800 (HD) which is 30% more pixels than most other pico projectors.

The P300's bright and powerful engine allows you to project in controlled-lighting environments up to 120'' and comfortably at 40'' in a well-lit room.


With inputs for digital and traditional devices you can directly connect and mirror your tablets, smartphones, consoles, or Blu-ray player. The P300 also has expandable memory via USB/SD, with the embedded MP4 player with support for dozens of popular media files you can plug in your USB/SD card for true portability and mobility.

Additional features include adjustable tripod, 1280x800 VGA input support, 1280x800 HDMI support, Micro SD Card slot, USB port, composite video input, and 3.5mm headphone jack plus 2 onboard 1-watt speakers.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Sam B.
  • 10/15/2015 5:29:21 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsMini Projector, Big Value

Pros: Pretty dope little projector; works great with the HDMI Stick PC I ordered. Says it'll only load jump drives on the USB slot but can also provide enough juice to run external hard drives. Great value for the price.

Cons: The little tripod isn't the greatest; not a huge deal though.

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  • Thomas O.
  • 2/11/2015 2:28:26 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAAXA P300 Pico/Micro Projector with LED, WXGA 1280x800 Resolution, 300 Lumens, Pocket Size, Media Player and HDMI, DLP Projector

Pros: Portability, size, comes with a tripod and remote, throws a pretty decent screen.

Cons: Requires ideal lighting due to the lower lumens.

Other Thoughts: I pack this and my laptop with me to work. It works pretty well for what I use it for.

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5 out of 5 eggsVery slick and super easy to use

Pros: Light weight
Unplug and Play - readily plays video and loops video
Fast charging
Credit card size remote control works just fine
Works in a lit room
Impresses the hell out of people
Has a cool stand that does not have a cheap plastic screw - I don't know what that other reviewer was referring to.

I read the other reviews and I have to really wonder if the negative reviewers have any concept as to how amazing it is to have a battery operated, media reading (no external video source needed), 300 lumens DLP projector that fits in a jacket pocket - at any price - let alone for under 4 bills (I bought a refurb.). I frequently have to present my work to clients and to have the ability to just whip this tool out and instantly project my project deliverables on a blank wall without leaving behind any intellectual property is just amazing.

Cons: No carrying case (includes a small polybag but a micro fiber carrying bag would be awesome).
Black top shows finger prints like crazy
No fishing pole included

Other Thoughts: Dude, I love the look on people's faces when presenting AV - this technology is finally is as cool looking and self contained as it always should have been. I wish it came with a cool little carrying micro fiber bag that protected it.

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  • Kevin E.
  • 12/21/2014 2:27:36 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs8 month review

Pros: *Deceivingly brighter
*Insanely lightweight and managable
*Works great to display images for artistic structuring

Cons: *Remote keypad is annoyingly difficult to use--I believe your aim has to be as accurate as playing a game of Laser Tag
*Image displayed is "off" or not correct, as I will describe in Other Thoughts
*Power Adapter gets very hot after a short period--as little as 15 minutes
*Manual is lacking information, and the online PDF may have a few pages more but is still not complete

Other Thoughts: My primary use for this purchase is for casting still images at a short distance to construct complex artwork and to replace my old-school 'jector. This is the only COST EFFECTIVE product that I have investigated that doesn't require a great throw distance for displaying a screen size for something as small as an 11x14 or 16x20 piece.

I am capable of using the P300 in a lit room without losing clarity.

Neither manual (on-hand nor online) mention how to access the fabled Zoom feature (I say "fabled" because online reviews state there is none and only manual focus). You can find "extra" controls not listed in the manuals by moving your selection further in either direction for both Video Controls and Photo Controls (I haven't tried Music yet). The zoom is done in large increments, but is suitable for how I need it.

Again, the manual lacks info on what formats the projector can handle. You will find this info only under Specifications on the AAXA P300 webpage.

What I have noticed within Images is that the full image is not dispayed. After playing with settings and such, I was still missing nearly a half inch on the right edge and a quarter from the bottom. I can only ASSUME it also shifts video images in a similar matter.

The only two main issues I have are:
--The power adapter. It gets phenomenally hot. I honestly fear it burning-out or worse.
--Remote. If it had a neck, I'd choke it. I prefer using the controls on the 'jector, but I risk moving it out of position. I don't have the patience to aim the remote like a gun nor want to grit my teeth knowing my selection either went too far/hadn't moved/delayed and a wrong selection is made.

Despite the negatives, the P300 is still a great investment for everything I need it for. And for any artist wanting to save 300 dollars, give this a gander before buying a competitors. If you need the grids with the 'jector, I can understand choosing the competitor. But is a grid worth that much more?

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  • Kyle L.
  • 1/2/2014 5:33:14 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: works flawlessly with chromecast
nice picture and color
cool temperature

Cons: fan- can be loud even with decreasing the brightness, however, the device is kept cool.

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  • David O.
  • 11/14/2013 10:38:04 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDim and blurry

Pros: It's small, light, and relatively affordable

Cons: Perhaps this is true of all pico class projectors, I lack the knowledge to say. But I find this to be almost unusable. The display is dim, blurry (poor resolution), and poor color. For example, to project this on a screen from perhaps 7-8 feet away, you have to close all of the curtains, turn off the lights, and sit closer to the projector to have a chance of reading larger text on a web page. Far better to just get a 27" LCD monitor and put it 7-8 feet away, everybody would see it much more clearly. That or perhaps my unit is simply defective in some non-obvious way. It seems to work fine, it's just that it does it so poorly that it's not really usable in any way I can discern.

Other Thoughts: The stand that comes with it is pretty cheaply constructed with what appears to be plastic threads that don't quite mesh well. I don't expect it to last very long.

Also note, the battery option is for you to purchase a separate rechargable battery pack. You can't just put in AA's for example.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat Projector

Pros: This projector is very bright, and is usable even in lit rooms. In a dark room, you can put a 100in + image on the wall easily. It has more inputs than you need, including USB (with the ability to play movies directly off the stick), HDMI, VGA, composite, and transflash/microsd (which I haven't used). It has a build in speaker that isn't very loud, but includes a standard headphone sized audio output that can be used with an external set of speakers (I use an iHome). If you buy the optional rechargable battery, the projector will run for about 90 minutes at half brightness, which is good to get you by in a pinch, but ideally you will want this thing plugged in for full brightness. It also comes with a small bendable tripod stand to allow you to adjust the angle it sits at. It does have digital keystone correction as well, but that's something you generally don't want to use. It also comes with a cheap, but usable, remote.

Cons: I have very few problems with this projector. Everything works as advertised. I initially had problems with the VGA input, but on last test it was working flawlessly (up to at least 1080p), so i'm writing that off as a problem with my PC drivers, which I have since updated. I believe mine has a slight shift in focus across the image left to right, but its barely noticable. It doesn't have a lenscap, but I compensate by leaving it in a case when not in use. I have no major issues.

Other Thoughts: The projector itself is light, and fairly small, but don't fool yourselves. This is a microprojector, not a picoprojector. I can firmly grip it in one hand, but not wrap my fingers all the way around. I am overally very happy that I bought this projector, and I would recommend it for anyone looking for a projector in this price range, size, and brightness.

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  • daniel u.
  • 1/7/2013 1:56:35 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggslike it

Pros: fast and ez usb harddrives work and usb thumb drivers works to clear and very nice to watch,

watch my moves on the ceiling love it , don' have to turn my head just look up,

Cons: not all video type work , what is best is mp4. the leg stand only lasted a week or two cheep plastic screw broke off it ok , keep a eye out for that remote it kind of turn invisible to dam small my fault.

sound is week on the unit so us the pc or hook up good audio to the unit . but it depends on the video file type and how it was record or made

Other Thoughts: working on getting a screen. have to have it barge to Alaska any screen over 110 inch cant airfreight, slow boat two weeks

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