AAXA P7 Projector Review

Gone are the days when the projector used to be big and breathtakingly heavy. There still are some standard-sized projectors. However, they are not as heavy and big as the projector back then used to be.

Almost all recently launched projectors are comparatively small and lighter in weight.

The market has several projectors that are small enough to be called “mini projectors”.

Some of these mini projectors are small enough that they can fit in one hand pretty easily. AAXA P7 is one of them. It is the tiniest projector at least I have seen but powerful enough to serve the same as a standard-sized projector.

This Mini projector has gained five stars and hundreds of positive reviews online. This is all not because of the ” small size”, there are some other reasons as well. Want to know what other things make this mini projector worthy?

Features of AAXA P7 Projector Review

If we solely judge the projector by its appearance first, I would say this is the cutest and the smallest projector I have ever seen.

The projector comes in black color and has a smaller lens as compared to the regular projectors.

This mini is small enough to fit in a palm, therefore the projector would be easiest to install, store, use, and transport. Despite the small size, the projector looks more or less the same as regular projectors.

Brightness and contrast ratio

When this projector was introduced to me, I was super curious to know whether it would be able to light up the screen or not. Whether the image quality would be as impressive as the standard-sized projector? I bet you would be curious to know as well.

It’s pretty obvious the projector is small and the lens is also not that big. Therefore the picture quality would not be that impressive.

The projector features 600 LED lumens; it can only serve in a 100% light-controlled room. The contrast ratio of this projector is 2000:1.

The 2000:1 contrast ratio is enough to produce brighter whites and deeper blacks. It gives the projector’s image quality a good boost. However, still, the picture would neither be impressively bright nor vivid as compared to the standard-sized projector.

Supported projection size

What this cute little projector would make you compromise on is the projection size.

The projector is pretty small, it can not light up a big screen. It would hardly serve a satisfactory image on a 120″ screen. However to light up a 120″ screen, the projector has to be installed and used in a 100% light-controlled room.


What you might have not expected from this projector is that it comes with built-in 2 Watt speakers that’s why perfect projector for camping.

The premium 2 Watt speakers produce a satisfactory sound if the projector is placed in a small room or a living room.

Lamp Life

Here I would like to mention that the projector’s lamp can run more or less the same hours as regular projectors. It’s the best projector for business presentations.

As per the manufacturer, the AAXA P7’s lamp life is 30,000 hours. In other words, you can expect it to keep lighting up the screen for years.

Input options

Fortunately, the small size has not affected the number of input options projectors usually serve.

This palm-sized AAXA P7 Projector comes with iple input options; HDMI, VGA, and composite AV.

Controller type

This mini projector is super easy to set up and use. It comes with a remote control that allows you to play with the settings while sitting on the couch.


As you already know the projector does not deliver a “very” impressive image quality, it can not be bought or hired for professional purposes.

It would not be able to produce a good enough image for business presentations. Therefore, you can purchase it for small needs; watch movies, or cartoons, or play games on a slightly bigger screen than the monitor.


Lastly, just like the image quality price of this mini projector disappointed me a little.

It’s a bit pricey even though it does not project an impressive image and supports a large-sized screen. Currently, this mini projector is being sold on the market for $329.99. Do you think that’s a fair price?

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