AAXA P6X Pico LED DLP Home Cinema Portable Projector – Massive 200″ PS4 / XBOX Gaming


Reviewing the AAXA P6X Pico. A completely portable HD home cinema projector. Featuring 1000 Lumens of brightness, HDMI input so you can hook up your fav game console and enjoy on a screen upto 200″ and offering upto 4 hours of portable projection power.

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Specs:
* LED DLP Projector
* LED Lamp Life: 30,000
* Brightness: 1000 Lumens
* Native 1280 x 800
* Contrast Ratio: 2000:1
* Manual Focus
* ±15° Keystone Correction
* Max Optimal Screen 200”
* HDMI Input for Consoles etc.
* 4W Speaker
* 16” – 160” – Projection Size
* 0.5m – 3.5M- Throw Distance
* 15,000mAh (4 Hours)

Chapters:
00:00 Intro
00:52 Inside the box
01:30 Design & Build
02:40 Specs
03:32 Fan Noise Test
03:52 Setup / Distance
04:03 System Menus / Settings
06:19 Connecting PS4 (HDMI)
06:40 Youtube Movie Trailers
09:15. PS4 Gaming: UFC 4
09:34 PS4 Gaming: Street Fighter IV
10:14 PS4 Gaming: Mirrors Edge
10:42 PS4 Gaming: GTA V
11:05 Final Thoughts



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