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    CES 2023: XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro portable projector

    CES 2023: XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro portable projector

    A brand-new transportable projector from XGIMI was introduced at CES 2023: XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro portable projector in Las Vegas. The 1080p projector, known as the MoGo 2 Pro, features the most recent version of XGIMI’s Smart Display Adaptation system, which helps to change the projection in accordance with the positioning of the projection panel.

    The MoGo 2 Pro, according to XGIMI, offers cinematic quality with sharp visuals that jump off the display. With compatibility with HDR 10, it can project 200-inch images with a luminance of over 350 ISO lumens and up to 1080p quality.

    Features of XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro portable projector

    The MoGo 2 Pro is a small device that can satisfy any edge at 6.54 inches tall. The projector’s low weight of 2.2 pounds (0.99kg) also contributes to its portability. According to the firm, great care has been made to the aesthetic, which features a “high-quality sandstone-textured Mocha Gold-tone” frame that retains elegance while still fitting in with the environment.

    Battery Specifications of XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro portable projector

    The projector’s battery parameters haven’t been made public by the manufacturer, although the MoGo Pro, a predecessor model, is said to have a viewing time of between two and four hours. On a fully charged battery, its upgrade should perform for the exact amount of time, if not longer. The earlier version has Dolby Audio compatibility and Harmon Kardon speakers as well.

    Objectives of XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro portable projector

    According to XGIMI, their objective is to make smart projectors simple to operate while minimizing the possible time needed for projector adjustment. The typical projector requires quite a bit of technical expertise to set up on a new site, but the MoGo 2 Pro’s ISA 2.0 technology enables anyone to instantly enjoy a theatrical experience in a wide range of settings. As simple as “point and play,” is. When a laser wave strikes a projection surface, ISA 2.0 measures how long it takes to bounce and simultaneously creates a precise map of the area where it is situated. The projection is adjusted to the surface using the collected data. Thanks to an improved 3D ToF depth perception component, the quantity of collected detail has significantly risen in the second iteration.

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