The MoGo Pro is a small projector that proves size means nothing
A portable projector featuring Android TV.
When you think of projectors, your mind probably wanders to those old-school, giant versions of the projector. You know, the ones that sometimes make loud noises and get really hot when used for a while. For some of us, the contact with these devices stopped in school, but for others, it still remains – and, for those, the pain brought by these devices is still very real.
Luckily, technology has been evolving a lot in recent years, and this evolution also reached the projector industry. Nowadays, there are some smaller alternatives that, despite their size, are incredibly powerful and capable. This is the case with the MoGo Pro, a small projector with 4K capabilities and extraordinary sound.
Designed by XGIMI and with portability in mind, this projector packs 100+ inches of display potential and streams at 1080P FHD (4K). This is possible thanks to a TV-grade chipset, which makes this projector a very powerful one.
And if the imaging capabilities are impressive, the sound does not lag far behind
Packing Harman/Kardon premium speakers, these speakers are capable of delivering 360-degree sound. This sound system is professionally toned, to make sure the best possible sound is delivered on each and every device.
The MoGo Pro features the Android TV platform, providing access to more than 4,000 apps, including games, movies and more. With Google Assistant support also built-in, the projector can easily be controlled by voice commands.
Apoll Zhong, founder and chairman of XGIMI, describes his thoughts on the device:
The MoGo Pro is our latest projector that we are really excited to share with you all. Powered by Android TV , the MoGo Pro opens up a whole world of entertainment in a sleek and compact size which is small enough to fit in your bag and take outdoors with friends and family or use as your everyday projector in the home.
The battery in this projector is able to last for 2.5 hours for video playback, enough for most films, and 5 hours for music playback, making it good for most occasions.
The MoGo Pro is being funded through an Indiegogo campaign, where smaller early-bird prices are still available, so be sure to have a look at it if the projector is interesting to you.
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