AAXA P400 1080p Short Throw Mini Projector
The AAXA P400 Mini HD Projector is a short-throw mini projector that delivers true native 1080P (1920x1080) performance and operates on both battery and DC power. At its heart the P400 incorporates premium short-throw optics mated to a high performance Liquid-Crystal on Silicon imager (LCOS). This technology is vastly superior to most single-LCD projectors in terms of optics quality, image performance, and picture uniformity. With a premium Luminus 30,000 hour LED light source the P400 produces a bright 400 Lumens at just 30 watts and delivers a 100” image at a distance of just 63” (0.7 throw ratio).
- Native Resolution - The AAXA P400 delivers true native 1920x1080 pixel resolution without upscaling or marketing gimmicks. True 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution is made possible through advances in pico optics and a high density liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) imager. These advances enable the P400's high-definition resolution in a small, portable form-factor.
- A Better Projector - The P400 with its LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) imager and short-throw optics distinguishes itself from other mini projectors in its class. The true native resolution of the P400 is 1920x1080 and is achieved with no upscaling or resolution gimmicks. The P400 produces excellent picture uniformity and eliminates the focus uniformity issues found in many low cost projectors that result in pixels and text smeared in certain areas. LCOS technology is the same technology that has been used in theaters / cinemas for decades – unlike single-LCD projectors that cannot achieve the picture quality for cinema use. Finally the P400 features short-throw optics enabling a much larger screen in limited spaces, something that cannot be achieved due to the physics of most single-LCD projectors.
- Short Throw Optics - The AAXA P400 features a revolutionary short-throw LCOS optical system. Short throw optics produce a large distortion free image even in confined spaces meaning that at just 63” (of distance from the screen) the P400 can produce a vivid 100” image (0.7 throw ratio). Many projectors especially single-panel LCD projectors need more than triple the distance to project a 100” image. Short throw optical systems are complex and expensive and are not achievable in low cost single-LCD type projectors which often feature “long throw” optics (more than 2.0) that make viewing in confined spaces difficult.