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1000:1 Contrast Ratio
55 Lumens
$473 Street Price
$249 MSRP

AAXA P2 Jr. Multimedia
Pico Projector

Marc Davidson, June 27, 2013

AAXA tends to build projectors that are a little different from everyone else's, mostly in a good way. The AAXA P2 Jr. pico projector carries on in that tradition, with a seductively small size and light weight, a surprisingly bright image for the size, a claimed two-hour battery life, and the kind of polished good looks that makes you think consumer electronics instead of techy computer peripheral.

The P2 Jr. has about the same shape as a tin of candy mints, with rounded corners and a mostly white case set off by a shiny black top. It's not much larger than a tin of mints either, which makes it easy to fit in a shirt pocket or keep in your laptop bag as a constant traveling companion.

Like most pico projectors, the P2 Jr. is built around a DLP chip paired with an LED light source, with the LEDs meant to last the life of the unit, and rated at 15,000 hours in this case. The 55-lumen rating isn't particularly high, but it's within the typical range for a small projector, and more than enough to be useful.

Very much on the plus side is the P2 Jr.'s ability to show images from a variety of sources, with support for both the usual connection options, including HDMI, and also for choices that enhance portability, including USB memory keys, SD cards, and smartphones. If you're looking for a pico projector suitable for anything from business presentations to watching a movie, the P2 Jr. is an obvious contender at a more than reasonable $199.99 street.

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Reader Comments(7 comments)

Posted Jul 22, 2015 3:51:57 PM

By Caitlyn

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Does anyone know if you can connect speakers? The volumes a little low with this projector, so I was wondering if there was a way to make it louder then the projector's speaker can go? Thanks!

Posted May 27, 2015 12:26:48 AM

By Raviv

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Which types of smartphones are supported? I have iphone 6 so I need something similar (specs-wise) to this:


Posted Jan 22, 2015 5:25:36 PM

By Mary

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My battery isn't charging. Can anyone help?

Posted Sep 4, 2014 11:23:25 AM

By Anne Farrell

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If you are playing a movie from a thumb drive or SD card, can it be set to an infinite loop?

Posted Jul 23, 2014 4:58:48 AM


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Kindly tell me if if i can use this directly from my lap top to make a presentation without reformatting the document. Can it handle power point presentation? I nee d to make a decision now.


Posted Jun 16, 2014 1:19:58 PM

By Bug

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Hi there - I am wondering if anyone can tell me if I can play a video file directly from a Micro SD card? i.e is there an internal player? I seem to be getting mixed information about this. Thanks for any information!

Posted Sep 8, 2013 6:14:28 AM

By ranjeetk umaer

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nice projecter

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