Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector Review: 2400 ANSI + 150 inch Screen + Xiaoai AI

Posted in Dec 12, 2019 in Reviews, no comment

With the increasingly rich public entertainment, intelligent devices with large screen sizes have gradually become the mainstream, and laser projection TV has attracted a lot of attention. With the advent of a double 12 deal, Xiaomi’s laser TV has produced a new product: Mijia laser projector. This laser projector has 2400 ANSI lumen brightness, supports far-field voice, and can project up to 150in. And only cost 5999RMB.

Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector

Features
Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector featured with 2400 ANSI lumen brightness, can view clearly during the day time, do not need to turn off the light or close curtains when watch projection. In addition, the light source life is more than 25000 hours, according to the daily use of 4 hours, can be used for about 17 years.

The Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector has a projection ratio of 1.2:1, can project up to 150in (projection distance 3.9m), supports four-way trapezoid correction, and can also see a shocking screen in a small room. This projector using ALPD 3.0 display technology, the proportion of red light can be up to more than 16%, and the color of the characters is more natural and vivid.

What’s more, the Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector has built-in Xiao Ai and supports far-field voice technology. The Mijia laser projector uses a microphone array composed of four highly sensitive sensors, together with anti-strong noise recognition technology and wake-up technology, to accurately identify and locate the sound source, and specially customize the special voice for the projection scene. allows you to control without a remote control.

In terms of performance, Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector uses a new high-performance chip Amlogic T972 with a maximum frequency of 1.9GHz, which improves the performance of the previous generation chip by 63% while reducing power consumption by 55%. It also supports 8K video decoding.

The right side of the Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector lens is equipped with an anti-direct vision sensor, which can reduce the projection brightness to the minimum instantly when it detects an occlusion in front of the lens, avoiding the laser light source directly into the eyes. Diffuse blue light is less, effectively reducing radiation to the human eye and visual fatigue.

Last but not least, the Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector equipped with dual 10W, 1.75in full-frequency high-fidelity loudspeakers, low frequency can dive to 60Hz, surging powerful. When the projector is turned off, it is a high-quality smart speaker.

Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector uses the same MIUI TV system as Xiaomi TV, including Mi Video’s massive film and television resources. Intelligent Patchwall system can recommend customized content according to your viewing habits.

Outlook Design
In terms of design, the Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector continues the classic minimalist design style of Xiaomi Mijia, the shell is made of bright PC material, plain and elegant porcelain white fillet fuselage, with dark gray fabric panels, easily integrated into all kinds of home environment.

On interface, in addition to equipped with 2 HDMI interfaces, dry mega network port, but also have 2.4G/5G dual-band Wi-Fi mode, high-definition video does not stutter. Without the need for third-party screen software, one-click connection to mobile phones, tablets and laptops, it is easy to play mobile games, look at photos and display office documents on a large screen.

Availability
the Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector carries a price tag of CNY 5999 and is now up for pre-order in China. Its first sale will kick off on December 12. There is no word on the availability of this Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector in other markets at present, including India.

Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector

 

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