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AAXA L1

AAXA L1
alaAverage 3.5

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 70/100. The average review date is Aug 23, 2010. We have compared these reviews to 63285 reviews from other Projectors. Last update: Apr 23, 2014.

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AAXA L1 Laser Pico Projector

 

The LCOS chip gives the L1 a native SVGA (800 by 600) resolution. The laser light source makes it focus free, a feature it shares with the ShowWX. The collimated nature of laser light means you can point the projector at any surface at any...

Automatically in focus at any distance from screen. Shows images from computers, video sources, and USB memory keys

Has problem synching at some resolutions with some computers. Some may find laser speckle effect distracting

The AAXA L1 Laser Pico Projector offers yet another variation on pico projector technology, combining red, green, and blue lasers with an LCOS chip.

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AAXA L1

 

Below you will find some highlights, then I will list out the specifications and follow that up with some special features. The rest of the sections will dive into more performance and specifics

Incredibly small size and weight. Weighs just?170 grams ; Reads many different types of files without the use of a laptop ; Has a USB port to read files from ; No need to focus the projector. Just position and start presenting ; Has a fairly long...

Not very bright at 20 lumens. Measured lumens on a 30? x 23? image was 11 lumens ; Menu system was not very straightforward and required the manual ; Laser light technology had a speckled appearance and was distracting after a few minutes ; Limited...

Dark environments with no ambient light for best viewing

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AAXA L1 Review

 

An SVGA Pico Projector that uses a laser light source so it never needs to be focused.