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XGIMI has introduced a new 4K ultra short-throw laser projector, the Aura, which was on show at CES last week. The company intends for the new product to “become the new living room centerpiece” and a replacement for conventional TV displays. Capable of producing 4K images at up to 150 inches, the projector can be placed inches away from a screen.

With HDR10 onboard and 2400 ANSI lumens of brightness, the projector should be capable of “…crisper whites, darker and richer blacks and colors that pop.” Aura includes an Android TV 10 user interface running Disney+, Hulu and Amazon Prime for out-of-the-box use. Built-in Chromecast functionality adds content casting and cross-device content syncing. The projector also features three HDMI ports for external devices, such as gaming consoles and Blu-ray players.

Four 15W Harman Kardon speakers are built into the Aura projector comprising two tweeters and two subwoofers, and Dolby Audio support is included for “room-filling audio.”

As well as a fast boot tech with quick setup, and there is eight-point keystone correction for focusing the image. XGIMI’s says its suite of projector intelligence software systems and forward-thinking, consumer-centric user experiences has made the company a “fan favorite and world-leader in portable smart projectors.” For more information on the new Aura and complete line of projectors, check the XGIMI website here.



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Aug 13, 2013
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Their product page consistently refers to "any wall", and never discusses what should be the characteristics of the wall or how various other textures or colors affect the display. That seems a bit suspicious...