The ST200 is a 3rd generation 720P LED Pico projector featuring native HD resolution with short-throw optics (0.8:1), a 15,000 hour LED light source, and a high density liquid-crystal on silicon (LCOS) imager.
The AAXA ST200 is a true 720P (1280x700) native resolution pico projector featuring short-throw optics that displays larger images at shorter distances. The ST200 LED Pico Projector incorporates a solid-state light-source with a life-span of 15,000 hours and is a true mobile powerhouse featuring a 60-minute lithium ion battery and an onboard media player capable of producing digital pictures and supporting video playback. An array of inputs complements the media player: HDMI, microSD, USB, AV-RCA, and VGA. The AAXA ST200 LED Pico Projector is a compact and sleek pocket projector measuring only 5.5" x 3.8" x 1.3" and weighing only 0.7lbs. With the LED light-source, the ST200 is energy efficient as well - consuming only 20 watts on DC power. Other input / output options include video input and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
True HD 720P Resolution
The ST200 LED Pico Projector delivers a stunning true HD 1280x720P native resolution through a 3rd generation LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) imager. No resolution gimmicks are employed (up-scaling, pixel turning, optics vibration) - what you see is what you get.
All In One Mobile Media Powerhouse
Directly onboard is a powerful media player that lets users share photos, videos, and other digital media with family and friends anytime, anywhere. The powerful ARM-based processor enables native playback of 720P high resolution videos, movies, and high megapixel pictures. Combined with the built-in 60-minute battery, the ST200 is a true mobile projection solution independent of other data sources or devices.
Mobile Presentation Solution
The ST200 is a mobile projector that fits comfortably in a purse, briefcase, backpack or laptop bag. With its onboard media player, users can simply load a slideshow or video presentation directly into the projector for immediate usage. With its onboard battery and quick start (no warm up) LEDs, business professionals can easily and quickly deliver a group presentation without the need to worry about cables, external devices, or crowding around notebooks or tablets.
Perfect for Gaming
The ST200 is a great gaming accessory featuring a short-throw 150 lumen 720P HD optical engine that is able to deliver a huge 100" image (dark areas only) for a truly immersive gaming experience. With HDMI, RCA, VGA connectivity, the ST200 connects to almost all gaming consoles and devices.
Quick On & Off
Long warm up and cool down times (oftentimes lasting several minutes) are required for projectors using traditional lamps.
The ST200 Short Throw LED Pico Projector's LED light source enables it to achieve full brightness within seconds. It also turns off instantly, as well.
Long Operating Life
Conventional lamp-based projectors require frequent bulb changes with very expensive bulbs that cost hundreds of dollars.
The ST200's LED light source lasts 10 times longer than conventional lamps, so bulb changes are a thing of the past!
Versatile Multimedia Support
Apple & iPhone connection requires Apple Proprietary cables
Android Smartphone connection requires MHL Cable
Onboard Lithium Ion Battery
The ST200 incorporates a premium grade 60-minute lithium ion battery able to withstand multiple charge-cycles with little capacity erosion. The onboard lithium ion battery enables true anytime, anywhere projection.
Short Throw Optics
The ST200 incorporates a short-throw optical system. Short-throw optics have the advantage of delivering a brighter and larger image at a shorter "throw" distance. The calculation of a projector's throw-ratio is (distance / picture width) and the ratio for the ST200 is 0.8. The challenges of short throw optics is image uniformity and optical complexity. Both are challenges that the ST200 has overcome.
Inputs & Connectors
Mini - VGA
The AAXA ST200 Short Throw LED Pico Projector light source consumes less power. The LED is also 100% free of mercury and, as the bulb never needs to be replaced, there are no discarded bulbs.
*100" image possible in low light conditions
Max Input Resolution:
1920 x 1080 (1080P)
1280 x 720 (720P)
10 - 100 inches
Triple RGB LEDs with Vibrant Color Technology
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Here are some tips on how to play supported videos on your AAXA ST200 Pico Projector.
There are many types of codecs for AVI. So even though a file may say it is an AVI extension, it may be using a codec that the projector doesn'trecognize.
Please try the following:
Go to format factory and download the converter application. We have had great success with this free and lightweight conversion program. Use it to convert your video to AVI and that should do the trick. If it does not, it may be because your video is too big and you can try a smaller resolution for your projector. Your USB or SD card must also be under 16GB in size.
The ST200 Pico Projector can be connected to your computer either through the HDMI input or VGA input.
To connect via HDMI or VGA input
Turn on both your computer and your AAXA ST200 Pico Projector.
Plug in the larger end of the HDMI cable or VGA cable into your laptop.
On the ST200. homescreen, choose source and then choose either HDMI or VGA resolution.
On the Laptop display, RIGHT CLICK on the desktop and say Properties.
Click on the SETTINGS tab (far right) If you want your displays Mirrored, (what is on the internal display is on the projector) you should make sure the box next to " Extend my Windows desktop into this monitor" is UNCHECKED. Some older systems have a mirroring box, check that if you see it and want mirroring. If you do not want mirroring, skip the next section and continue with 5a below, then return to #8 of the section immediately below.
NOTE: The following steps apply if you are running your PC in MIRROR mode only. If you do NOT want mirrored displays (internal and external display different things), CHECK the box next to the line that says "Extend my Windows desktop into this monitor." This SHOULD cause the external monitor to display a picture which is an EXTENSION of the current desktop.
Drag the screen slider to 1200x768 (if your laptop will let you.) Typically, the external monitor MAY limit this setting. If your screen display is higher, it might not display on the projector, so you might want to test this before you are ready to speak. Drag the color quality to Highest (32 bit) if available, or Medium (16 bit) if the first is not available.
Now, look at your keyboard. Typically, one of the function buttons will have the words CRT/LCD or perhaps a small picture of a monitor on it. Note this key for future use. On a Dell, it is typically F8. And I have seen it in F5 as well. Your machine's keys will vary, but it should be there. Holding the FUNCTION KEY (FN), Press the proper function button ONCE and wait. After a few seconds, the second display should come on. Be patient, this can take up to 5 seconds. On the projector, it may take up to 10 seconds for the projector to detect your system and switch. Note: a second press of this function will (usually) switch to EXTERNAL monitor only. A third press will go INTERNAL only, and around the circle for each press after that. Also note that some laptops may do this sequence in a different order, so learn your system so you can quickly switch to the mode you want.
Click on the ADVANCED button. If "apply the new display settings without restarting" is not selected, select it. Under Screen Refresh Rate, select 60 Hz. Click APPLY and CONFIRM the choice. Click OK to close the ADVANCED dialog window. Close the Display Properties Dialog. You should now see a mirroring of your monitor on the second monitor
Testing: As a test, disconnect the second monitor, put your laptop to sleep. Wake it up and let it fully come up (log-in if necessary), and then reconnect the external monitor. On some machines, it should quickly display the screen in the last known setting (you may need to wait up to 10 seconds.) If it does not display correctly, press the monitor switching function key ONCE. Again, note that it may take up to 10 seconds to display, so be patient. If only the projector now displays, a few presses of the switching function key should bring it around to both displays again. If you cannot get the projector to display, recheck all your connections and settings stated above.
Note that when using the Projector, after pressing the Function key for the monitor change, it may take up to 10 seconds for the monitor to find and lock on to your machine. Just wait for it. Pressing the FUNCTION key again may simply mess up your settings or switch the projector off.
When you arrive at the front of the room to speak, connect your monitor to the display cable (BRING YOUR ADAPTERS FOR YOUR LAPTOP TO VGA IF NEEDED.) When the monitor switch is switched to display your laptop on the projector, it should detect the display and just show up, but some systems will not automatically switch. Again, if this does not happen, you may need to press your display function key to switch on the external monitor.
few more notes on this: Not all laptops work the same way, and there are some differences in Windows OS releases on the order of the switching functions. You should learn how yours works BEFORE you get to the stage. Also, I noted a difference between computers put to sleep before connected, and systems which have not been put to sleep. If the computer was connected to an external display, disconnected and then reconnected with no sleep in-between, the external monitor should come right on when connected. However, on most of the systems I tested this on, if the laptop went to sleep between connections, it required using the switching function key to get the screens back on UNLESS the display was connected before waking the unit. On two Dells, pressing this key brought back the projector, but not the internal display, requiring two more presses of the key to get both displays on. Chalk it up to different hardware and software releases.
When done, disconnect the external monitor. From the display menu drop down, you can reselect your desired display resolution.