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HP AX325AA Notebook Portable LED Projector Companion with Expandable Tripod for PC Laptops



HP AX325AA Notebook Portable LED Projector Companion with Expandable Tripod for PC Laptops

  • Brightness 100 lumens; Contrast ratio 800:1; Resolution SVGA (858 x 600); Includes Tri-pod
  • Projection screen size 15-60 in.; Projection distance 8.5 ft. (2.6 m); Display technology 0.45-in. DLP
  • Light source Red/green/blue LED module that offers up to 10,000 hours – up to five years – of usage life;
  • Fixed zoom/manual focus
  • The projector’s AC adapter is the same as an HP notebook adapter,replace it by purchasing a standard HP 65W Smart AC Adapter
  • I/O connectors 30-pin Video Cable In and VGA Out

The HP Notebook Projection Companion AX325AA Designed for use in smaller settings where a handful of people are present, the HP Notebook Projection Companion is ideal for highly mobile users. Compatible with HP Business and Consumer Notebook PCs and other notebooks with a VGA connection, this ultra-portable accessory is powerful and durable enough to serve as your primary projector or as a backup while on the road. DLP technology gives your presentations sharp images, crisp text and vibrant colo

List Price: $ 299.99

Price: $ 204.97

Epson EX5210 Business Projector (XGA Resolution 1024×768) (V11H429120)

  • 2800 Lumens Color Brightness
  • 2800 Lumens White Brightness
  • XGA Resolution (1024 x 768)
  • Easy-slide Horizontal Image Correction
  • USB Plug ‘n Play Instant Setup; HDMI Connectivity

Break Through to The Next Level. The EPSON EX5210 breaks the mold for portable business projectors, delivering spectacular image quality and ease of use. The ultra-bright 2800 lumens of color/white light output, sharp XGA resolution and 3LCD, 3-chip technology transform presentations into brilliant masterpieces with precise detail and true-to-life color. Breakthrough horizontal image correction with easy-slide technology and USB Plug ‘n Play instant connectivity make setup fast and easy, while H

List Price: $ 549.99

Price: $ 499.99

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6 responses to “HP AX325AA Notebook Portable LED Projector Companion with Expandable Tripod for PC Laptops”

  1. Gina says:
    40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for Home or Work! VERY Impressed!, August 3, 2011
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    Gina (Sugarland, Tx.) –

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    I did my homework for months, looking for a projector that I could use for my Power Point presentations at work so I wouldn’t have to keep borrowing from our IT department. I didn’t want to have to spend $$1,000s on one either. Some of the really good ones can be quite costly. At the same time, I didn’t want one that couldn’t provide an adequate, sharp picture. I also wanted it for home use to show movies at home or do movie-maker picture presentations for family gatherings. Not only was this projector priced reasonably (I bought mine refurbished for under $300!) but it is so simple to operate and the picture is just great!!! I set it up on a table 6ft away from the wall and get sharp, clear resolution with a screen size of about 5×3 ft. It is light and compact and I carry it around with ease compared with the cumbersome units I used to have to check out. I only hope that I get lots of use from it before the lamp wears out. Only time will tell. I hear that a lamp is costly to replace and that they only have a certain number of life hours before they burn out. So far, I am VERY happy with my projector. It has exceeded my expectations and I highly recommend it.

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  2. Thomas J. Redd "honda" says:
    20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    To see the big picture…, November 14, 2011
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    Thomas J. Redd “honda” (Salt Lake City, UT USA) –
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    This review is from: HP AX325AA Notebook Portable LED Projector Companion with Expandable Tripod for PC Laptops (Office Product)

    I have used this little projector for more than a year and I love it. It is soooooo portable. I don’t leave home without it. It is bright enough to use in most situations. The picture is extremely clear. It weighs almost nothing, and the fact that it has an LED bulb means that you don’t have to worry about a long cool off period before you move it an pack it away to travel. It doesn’t get too hot. It is small, with big results. I have used it in a large classroom from much more than the 8 foot distance mentioned, and had a large clear picture. it is great for movies or presentations. We take it camping and show movies on the side of the motorhome. Put this product with a mini speaker and a netbook, and you have an entire office in a lunch box sized case. A wonderful product!

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  3. Lindsey Cancino "Island Boy" says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great travelling companion!, November 25, 2011
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    I wanted a compact projector that could be used on roadshow presentations and not require a separate piece of luggage to carry it around so took a chance on this. It is terrific and I could not be more pleased. The one and only drawback is the lumen strength; it does require a fairly darkened room or a smaller screen as the resolution deteriorates the bigger the picture gets but the point of this machine is not to present to 500 people at a convention but a small group on 6′ x 6′ screen and for that, it works perfectly esepcially at less than $500.

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  4. W. Bentrim says:
    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Small Size, Easy Setup, Great Image, October 28, 2011
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    W. Bentrim (Bucks County, PA) –
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    This review is from: Epson EX5210 Business Projector (XGA Resolution 1024×768) (V11H429120) (Office Product)
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    Epson EX5210 MultiMedia Projector

    It is probably overstating that I am in love but this is one sweet projector. I pulled it out of the box, read the quick start guide and in a matter of minutes had my laptop screen up to big screen size! Not only that but within that initial 15 minutes I had YouTube videos running on my wall, in a very well light (sunlight bright) room. Within the first 30 minutes I was running Ice Age and feeling pretty darn chipper about the ease of use of this very portable projector.

    I’m retired so I don’t need this for business. I will use it for presentations now and again but I am more excited about using it as a big screen TV on the occasional shore trip where there are just little tube type TVs. I’m also looking forward to running an outside film fest for the grandkids on the side of the house.

    The sound is adequate on the projector but you probably will want to put something beefier on the source to give you better sound. The on screen menu and source selection was self evident and easy to use. Focus and orientation were also a piece of cake. Is it clear I really liked this little fellow? Admittedly I haven’t played with one lately but his puppy beats the bejabbers out of the ones I have used previously. Clarity is amazing on a flat white wall, I have to assume a screen would be even better.

    It comes with a nice padded case. My only suggestion would be to have another pocket on the case for the cables. It came with VGA and USB, I added to it an SVHS and component, with the power cable you have a bunch of wire, an extra pocket on the case would be handy. If you are actually traveling with this, I’m sure you have a spare pocket on your laptop case for the projector cables.

    To summarize, this was extremely easy to setup and get working in a astoundingly short time. I am really going to enjoy using it.

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  5. Susan "minniesm" says:
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Big Picture, November 12, 2011
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    Susan “minniesm” (Pahrump, NV) –
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    This review is from: Epson EX5210 Business Projector (XGA Resolution 1024×768) (V11H429120) (Office Product)
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    The projector came packaged securely and upon opening the box the projector was in its own case. The case itself has some padding around it and a side pocket for the remote and whatever you would wish to carry. I was very impressed with the projector itself because of the shiny black cover with white embossed letters showing the ports and all the controls. I found a wall that I could use for the projector, set up a little table about 9 feet away and used the quick guide to get started. If you have a computer and/or satellite receiver you’ll recognize all the ports on the back; a very straight forward setup. The first thing I tried was the USB thumb drive filled with pictures of fractals. Because I’m not in business, and I don’t have presentations, I wanted something that would have bright colors, distinct lines and shapes to see how the projector projected them. I am projecting on a light beige and lightly textured wall and not a screen so I was wondering how this would turn out. When I pushed the button on the remote the projector came up with its logo and automatically found the USB thumb drive that I inserted in the back. I had originally copied the folder of fractals to the thumb drive and then I decided to cut and paste all the pictures to the thumb drive not knowing if the the projector would recognize the folder or not. When the picture came on the wall, there was the folder and all the pictures. So I guess you could keep your presentation in a folder and open it, just like it was on the computer. I scrolled through each and every one of the pictures looking for the clarity of the colors, shapes, and the lines and was very impressed especially being on a house wall. They were very distinct and clear. Of course using the telephoto ring and the ring for focusing helps make this all possible. So you can only imagine how this would look on a screen that was specifically built for projectors. The projector gives you options, I’m sure as other ones do, for slideshows and to freeze the picture when necessary. Also you could add audio to your presentation, because there is a speaker in the projector that is loud enough for everyone to hear. There are so many adjustments that are too numerous to mention that I am going to include a link so that you can pick up the user guide in PDF form and learn more about it. […]

    And now the fun begins. Because one of the ports in the back is HDMI, I brought out my netbook with a movie on it to see how it would play and sound. With the projector 9 feet back from the wall you have about a 100 inch desktop. Because I connected the projector using the HDMI port all the sound was only able to come out of the projector speaker. There are no provisions for a home entertainment setup. The movie we watched was “Scared Shrekless”, which is about 19 minutes long. The picture was great, and the sound was loud enough to enjoy the movie. That’s why I said for presentation everyone would hear it clearly.

    I brought out an older desktop that had surround sound capabilities and hooked it up to the VGA port on both the computer and the projector. I thought I would take advantage of it to the best of it’s ability. After hooking everything up, including the surround sound, the next viewing was Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows-part one. Not quite like going to the theater but pretty close. Of course the movie is in widescreen, so measuring diagonally we were watching an 80 inch screen. And of course with the surround sound, we were *there*.

    Now granted, this projector wasn’t made for home theater entertainment, but if you are taking this to the office and then home again the possibilities are endless. So I guess what I’m trying to say is, that if you can watch a movie with such clarity, that a presentation should be fantastic. When this projector is taken out of it’s case it just says class.

    P.S. Concerts are WOW!

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  6. Kat Yares says:
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I Wish I Could Give This 10 Stars, November 5, 2011
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    Kat Yares (Clinton, AR USA) –
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    This review is from: Epson EX5210 Business Projector (XGA Resolution 1024×768) (V11H429120) (Office Product)
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    Awesome!

    That’s the only word that fully describes this projector from Epson. With a small footprint and super easy to set up, this projector will do almost anything you ask of it.

    I first connected this to my laptop using the included USB cord. It immediately became a second monitor displayed on an old projector screen. Ditto for when I used it with the included VGA cord. For presentations, along with the remote, I can see this being used quite often in an office or conference setting.

    But where this projector shines is with the use of an HDMI cable. You want HD video, you’ve got it. So impressed with the output, the better half and I spent three days fabricating a decent screen to show movies on (and yes, this meant major changes to our living room setup). For the last week, we’ve watched both Blu-Ray and regular DVDs on this projector and we’ve yet not turned to each other and said “Awesome!” at least once.

    So whether you need a great portable projector for work (and yes, this does include cables and a tote bag) or you want to permanently set it up at home for the ultimate movie experience, you cannot go wrong with this model.

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