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AAXA P3 Pico Pocket Projector, 50 Lumens LED, HDMI, 1024x600 WSVGA Rechargeable Battery
  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: This projector is so awesome. My only requirements for buying a new projector was that is had to be small and have an HDMI input. That seems pretty straight forward, but it narrowed my choices down to less than 5 projectors on the market.

Not only does this have a full size HDMI connection, but it also connect to VGA and composite.

The most fun feature, that I didn't even expect, was the built in media player. Most devices I've owned with "media player" functions had to have a particular (limited) filetype to play at all. This plays almost all of the file types that my Western Digital Media Player can do. It is a little slow on starting larger video files, but works fine once it gets going.

Cons: It would be nice if it played full 1080p, but the 720p resolution is good enough for most uses.

I would like it to be a little brighter, the room needs to be pretty dark for you to get a really good picture, but it's still usable.

Battery life is only 40 minutes, and it seems to discharge the battery within a week if it is not used. Not sure what that is all about. Not sure I would ever have to do a presentation without being plugged into power, but it's still a nice backup.

Media Player is a little slower to start with larger video files.

Other Thoughts: Great addition to my travel presentation kit. An Asus Tablet, this projector and an HDMI cable and I'm ready to make money.

JATON Video-PX628-DT GeForce 8400 GS 512MB 64-bit DDR2 PCI Express 2.0 x16
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs Worked like a charm. 05/21/2012

This review is from: JATON Video-PX628-DT GeForce 8400 GS 512MB 64-bit DDR2 PCI Express 2.0 x16

Pros: This was a purchase for a client trying to connect to monitors to their receptionists computer. They already had two (2) older model HP LCD monitors so there was no need to upgrade them, and they didn't want to spend a ton of money.

This adapter installed very easy, was immediately recognized and worked with no headache.

Cons: none

ASUS Transformer Pad 10.1
  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: That thing has a ton of power. It does everything I want it to and more. Video streams great from both the internet and my media server, digital comics look amazing and it wireless adapter grabs signals that my laptop doesn't even pick up. Business wise, it has helped take more of my business mobile. The email app for android is way more robust on a tablet than a phone, there are plenty of services that can take credit card payment on the go, and note-taker apps have saved me more than once.

Now I was an EARLY adopter of android tablets, I bought a cheap chinese knockoff as soon as one was available, and I should have waited, cause this thing is a thousand time faster and more responsive.

The look on peoples' faces when you go into a presentation with this tablet, an HDMI cable and a pico projector is priceless. No more lugging around super heavy equipment to meetings and presentations. All my stuff fits in one's nice to be able to open the door for myself.

Cons: The battery life is good, but not as great as I would have hoped. I can read a book for about 7 hours, comics for about 4 1/2, surfing the web for about 4, video or drawing apps will kill the battery in about 2 1/2 hours. So I would like it to last more than 10 on the high side, but what can you do.

The screen is bright and vibrant, but useless in bright sunlight. I would have liked an anti-glare coating, cause you get a lot of reflections in the shiny screen.

My last complaint is a lack of USB connection on the unit, you have to buy the keyboard add-on to get any USB connections, which is depressing, but not a huge deal.

Other Thoughts: With all the CONS, the PROS still outweigh the bad. This is a great purchase and I'm glad to have made it. I've even made some iPad users jealous with this machine. It's a great buy and I would recommend it to anyone.

Plus, it's fun being a kid from the 80's cause I feel like Penny from Inspector Gadget, with my computer in a book (with the case on, obviously).

Buy a set of cheap styluses, you will thank me.


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Display Name: John L.

Date Joined: 11/16/10

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