The AAXA M6 features a removable battery for even more portability. The projector can last up to 90 minutes on battery power in ECO Mode according to the specs. This is an excellent feature for road warriors and teachers who may not have an outlet available where the projector must be placed.
The built in battery makes this a very serious projector solution for all types of in-the-field uses. And 90 minutes is a healthy amount of battery time for most portable applications. Also useful for home entertainment, the battery allows the M6 to be used outdoors. The only limitation here is that 90-minute life of the battery, so it wouldn’t work for the whole length of a modern film, though you could probably watch the entirety of older, feature length cartoon movies, as well as a couple of TV shows.
Gamers! With the built in battery, you should also be able to have a decently long gaming session with one or of your favorite video games, before needing to plug the projector back in. The battery was not at full charge when I set out to test it (not a big surprise - I'm notorious for forgetting to charge my own devices, like my Kindle). On that note, it takes about two hours or so for the battery to recharge. Not too shabby. As for battery life - it exceeded the 90-minute claim by a minute and a half. Oh
As for battery life - it exceeded the 90-minute claim by a minute and a half. Oh - the projector only operates in ECO Mode when running on battery. That's not really surprising, as it needs all the energy saving it can get. It lowers the brightness, of course, but that is to be expected of ECO. The claim is 500 lumens - in my testing, that was bright enough to handle some ambient light leaking from the windows. It would be satisfactory for non-serious viewing.