XGIMI isn’t the only projector to show off at CES 2023 this year. Sure, the company has brought its latest German Design Award-winning MoGo 2 Pro projector, but what’s more impressive than the slim and compact design is the technology behind it. .
MoGo 2 Pro features an upgraded version of XGIMI’s Intelligent Screen Adaptation technology (ISA for short). With ISA 2.0, XGIMI’s MoGo Pro 2 can quickly and accurately auto-focus and auto-keystone within seconds.
Combined with built-in 3D ToF and CMOS sensors, ISA 2.0 can send signals to walls, measure distances and angles, and automatically compensate for variations within seconds. That means your image will always be sharp and straight no matter where you move the MoGo 2 Pro.
For those who have set up several projectors, this is an invaluable feature. Especially when it comes to portable projectors like the MoGo Pro 2. There’s nothing worse than setting up a projector for movie night and wasting time fixing focus and distortion. image.
In addition to quick autofocus and keystone correction, ISA 2.0 can also avoid wall objects such as electrical outlets and photos by automatically resizing the video area. What’s more, it can automatically detect the screen and fit the video to it, and intelligent eye protection dims the light when presence is detected in front of the projector to prevent eye damage.
All of this is pretty impressive for an entry-level projector. Here’s what else we know about the XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro. With ANSI lumens, it can project a 200-inch screen.
We can assume it will also run an Android TV like the previous MoGo Pro, with support for Chromecast, Bluetooth, USB and HDMI connectivity.
Not bad for a 6.54-inch tall, 2.2-pound projector.
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