PRLog - Feb. 8, 2013 - TUSTIN, Calif. -- Tustin, CA February 6, 2013
AAXA MHL Cable for Samsung S3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2
AAXA Technologies, the leading manufacturer of pico projectors, is pleased to announce the release of our Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 cables. The new Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2 adapter connects directly into the Samsung 11 pin micro USB input allowing these devices to seamlessly connect to AAXA’s M2, P3, P4X, P300 and LED Showtime series pico and micro projectors
Perfect Compatibility with Samsung S3 / Note 2 and AAXA Picos
The AAXA MHL Cable for Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note 2 provides high resolution video output in order to deliver a crisp, vibrant image from your phone to your AAXA pico projectors. Using this cable, AAXA pico projectors can now project a variety of HD content directly from your phone. This cable allows for a fully immersive presentation, movie or gaming experience in an ultra-portable form factor.
The AAXA MHL cable measures 6.5' in length and connects to the full sized HDMI ports found on the M2, P3, P300 and Showtime, as well as the mini-HDMI port found on the P4X. The 11-pin MHL port of Samsung phones allows full mirroring capabilities to the projector, meaning anything you see on your phone, will be duplicated onto the projection, All your favorite Android applications including games, document readers and video streaming services can be enjoyed on a much larger scale of up to 160”.
About AAXA Technologies
AAXA Technologies Inc was founded in 2008 as a manufacturer of a new class of projector known as "micro" projectors and "pico" projectors. Our core technology is based on small LCoS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) and DLP (Digital Light Processing) imagers mated to LED (light emitting diode) and Laser light-sources. This technology makes possible the manufacturing of micro projectors and pico sized projectors. In 2010 AAXA launched the world’s first laser pico projector and today remains a leader in mini-projector technology. AAXA manufacturers the majority of its products in China, with core technological development occurring both in the Silicon Valley, California and China