The AAXA P1 projector can double as a mobile Power-PointT projector. Since the AAXA P1 projector is battery powered and has an onboard video decoder, there are two easy methods to use the AAXA P1 projector as a mobile Power Point projector. The easiest method is to save your presentation as .BMP by simply dropping down and saving the presentation as Bit-Map slides. After loading the BMP files onto the P1 projector, simply scroll through the pictures in order to view your power point slides. (Keep in mind that any animation will be lost when converting to the BMP picture format.) Another method is to use third party-software to convert your powerpoint presentation into AVI or WMV format. Because the AAXA P1 projector accepts AVI and WMV files you can display your converted power point presentation and retain any animation you may have. With both of these methods you can quickly convert your AAXA P1 projector into a mobile Power Point projector and display a 50"+ power point presentation without having to deal with the hassle of a laptop, cables, or even a power source!
Do keep in mind that the AAXA P1 projector's internal battery pack is limited to 60 minutes of operation, that a 12 lumen mobile projector is best used only in dimly lit areas, and that Power Point T is a trademark of Microsoft corporation.
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