Aaxa introduces 'world's first' XGA micro projector
AAXA Technologies has announced a new LED micro projector, the M2, which weighs a pound and offers XGA resolution and 110-lumen image for $369.
Mainly because of mediocre image quality, the Pico projector market just hasn't taken off as some thought it might. But we're seeing a new trend in mini projectors: go a little bigger and offer improved performance.
That's the idea anyway behind the Aaxa M2, which the company is calling the "world's first" XGA micro projector. It weighs in at a pound, produces a "vivid" 110-lumen image, and has some built-in memory and a media player (you can play files right off the projector). Here are the specs that Aaxa is highlighting (the adjectives aren't ours, so take them with a grain of salt):
- Native XVGA (1,024x768) resolution
- Ultrabright 110-lumen LED light engine
- Vibrant color technology with RGB LEDs
- 1GB built-in memory plus SD-HC and USB readers
- HDMI, VGA, and Composite AV inputs
- Excellent text clarity and contrast
- Media player (MP4, MP3, AVI, JPG, etc.)
- Optional iPod, PSP, smartphone input cables
- Price: $369