MoGo Pro Portable Projector fits easily into your bag and provides HD display
Access to easy and complete entertainment at all times has now been made possible as Xgimi, a Chinese company, has launched its highly advanced portable, Android TV powered projector. Xgimi is already known for its 2017s inventions of potable projectors like CC Aurora Z4 before MoGo pro, the latest one.
Having the ability of being tucked away easily into a backpack, Mogo Pro is equipped with Harmon Cardon speakers which means, entertainment is not on the list of things to worry about anymore. Xgimi’s Apoll Zhong believes that Mogo Pro has opened a new world of entertainment to people with one sleek and compact device that you can take outdoors with family and friends.
Digital light processing and LED source embedded in the Mogo Pro has enabled it to project full HD, 250 ANSI Lumens bright images at 76 diagonal inches with upto of 1.2:1 aspect ratio from just 2 meters from the source. It is stated that images will be upgraded and have 225 percent improvement over the preexisting 720p projectors which could also support 4k display input. Xgimi has not left any stone unturned with its Mogo Pro. From streaming movies or shows online to playing games, Mogo Pro has been ingrained with full capability to provide entertainment according to user’s mood. It can stream content directly from computer and phones with any OS.
Furthermore the Mogo Pro even has a google assistant to support voice control. This 146 x 105.5 x 94.5 mm (5.7 x 4.1 x 3.7 in), 0.9 kg (1.9 lb) portable entertainment center is controlled by an Amlogic T950X2 processor and Mali G31 graphics, and comes with a built in 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of solid state storage. Bluetooth 5.0 and 802.11n Wi-Fi also feature, while USB 2.0 and HDMI cater for cabled connection. The built-in 10,400 mAh battery should be good for 2.5 hours of video or 5 hours if using the Pro for music playback through a pair of 32 mm, 3W speaker units that provide a surround sound experience.
One feature that Mogo Pro lacks is a touch screen but it is tolerable as it carries a low price tag and with a promise of providing entertainment at 1080p. Shipping of Mogo Pro is to start In October this year, according to Xgimi.
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