AAXA Technologies P4-X Android DLP Projector - 480p - EDTV - 16:9 Item # 736603
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The AAXA P4 Pico projector features up to 100 lumens via a high-contrast optical engine powered. Combined with AAXA's Vibrant-Color technology the P4 features long-life LEDs and can deliver a brilliant colorful image.The P4 is both a true pocket projector and a powerful mobile computing platform. The P4 Pico projector features a built-in lithium ion battery capable of powering the projector for long time on a single charge. Additional features include micro SD/TF card slot, USB on-the-go, mini-HDMI, composite video input, VGA input, and a 1 watt onboard speaker.
|brand name||AAXA Technologies|
|manufacturer||AAXA Technologies, Inc|
|maximum diagonal image size||10 ft|
|maximum resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Native Aspect Ratio||16:9|
|native resolution||854 x 480|
|Normal Mode Lamp Life||20000 Hour|
|Number of Lamps||1|
|Operating Power Consumption||14.50 W|
|Output Scan Format||480p|
|ports||1 HDMI; 1 USB|
|Speakers||2 x right / left channel|
|Video Signal Standard||EDTV|
|Weight (Approximate)||6.40 oz|
|What's Included||P4-X Android DLP Projector; Tripod; Composite AV Cable; Wall Charger; Remote Control; VGA adapter Cable; USB Adapter Cable; User Manual|
|white brightness (white light output)||175 lm|
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Tthe P4X "Android" model with Video Streaming, Office / PDF Viewer, WiFi chipset, Bluetooth, Smartphone Mirroring, and more
The P4X Android – a pico projector featuring next generation connectivity and mobility enhancements. At the heart of the new P4X Android is a new smart-CPU operating on an Android Lollipop platform that enables WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth radio, and Android App store. Now P4X Android users are free to connect to the internet and access a myriad of applications including video streaming, Office viewer, smartphone mirroring, and much more. Retained on the P4X Android is an award-winning 175 Lumen optical engine with 20,000 hour LEDs capable of producing a 120” image in dark areas and powered by Texas Instruments DLP Technology.