AAXA launches L1 Laser Pico, M1 Micro projectors

AAXA has unveiled the L1 Laser Pico and M1 Micro projectors, a pair of ultra-portable devices that look small but can project some rather large images.

AAXA has unveiled the L1 Laser Pico and M1 Micro projectors, a pair of ultra-portable devices that look small but can project some rather large images.

Both projectors feature an SVGA 800 x 600 resolution and support at least Composite A/V inputs on all versions. They can also both be powered by an AC adapter, but battery power is an option. The L1 Laser comes with a battery included for a maximum operation time of 90 minutes on a single charge, while the M1 has an optional external battery which can last the same amount of time.

Here's a closer look at the new AAXA projectors:

M1 Micro (pictured above)

  • SVGA 800 x 600 resolution
  • 66 lumens LED light source
  • 1GB internal memory
  • SD card reader
  • RMVB, MP3, AVI, JPG decoder
  • Projects up to a 100-inch image
  • Supports USB video streaming and Composite input
  • VGA support (M1 Plus version only)
  • Optional sources: iPod, PSP, PDA, DVD input cables

Laser L1 Pico (pictured below)

  • SVGA 800 x 600 resolution
  • 20 lumens laser light source
  • USB port (2GB thumb drive included)
  • AVI, WMV, MP3, JPG decoder
  • Can read Word, Excel, Powerpoint and PDF files
  • Projects up to a 50-inch image
  • Supports Composite and VGA inputs

Both projectors are available from AAXA's online store now. The M1 Micro starts at $299 for the standard version and goes up to $349 for the M1 Plus, while the L1 Laser Pico rounds out the set at $599.

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