XGIMI are synonymous with creating top of the range home projector systems, but the companies latest products take hone cinemas to the next level.
If you love to watch movies, TV shows or even run your gaming system through a home cinema system then you have probably either already invested in a home projector system or have looked into it at some point.
This week XGIMI has launched three new products for customers wanting the best of the best. The new range of projectors starts with the A1, moving on to the A1 Pro and T1 projectors.
These new XGIMI projectors not only get an overhaul in the hardware department but also feature an improved design which boasts high-quality materials including metal and classy black walnut!
If money is no object then the XGIMI T1 is the laser projector that you’ll be looking at. The T1 is a 4K dual-color laster projector boasting a 4000ANSI Lumen bulb for clear viewing in all manor of lighting conditions.
XGIMI uses a true 4K lens offering an effective full-screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 which is good for a 120inch projection curtain. Tech features include motion compensation, HDR video decoding to offer better detail and prevent trail smear and a more fluid effect.
XGIMI has also teamed with audio brand Harman Kardon bring surround sound to the T1 with 6 subwoofers.
Sitting in the midrange is the XGIMI A1 Pro with 1080p laster screen, and 3500ANSI Lumens brightness and is capable of projecting a display of up to 100 inches.
The A1 comes next with a similar 1080p resolution and 100inch capability but a slightly lower 3000ANSI Lumens brightness.
Now for the pricing! XGIMI are marketing these 3 new laser projectors at the very top-end of the market and the pricing reflects this. Pricing starts at 22999 Chinese Yuan which is around $3380 USD for the A1. The A1 Pro sees a higher price of 29999 Yuan or $4400 USD while the top of the line XGIMI T1 weighs in at 79999 Yuan, or a heat attack inducing $11760 USD!
XGIMI has details of the current range of projectors on its website, but currently there are no details of the new devices, however, they have released the following demo videos.