Xiaomi Mijia 120-inch Display Projector Released For 3999 Yuan ($626)


Xiaomi has released quite a number of projectors in recent years and the most successful of them so far is the Xiaomi Mi Laser Projector which sells for almost $2000. Now, it appears that the company has just released a competitor for the Mi Laser Projector. We are talking about the Xiaomi Mijia projector which can shoot 40-120 inches from a 3 meters distance. Not only are the specs of this device promising, it is also cheap as it is selling for 3999 Yuan ($626).

The Xiaomi Mijia projector uses a new light path design to increase projection brightness by 5%. This product also uses an OSRAM’s P1W/A lamp beads to achieve a brightness of 800 ANSI lumens which gives a good viewing experience during the day. It supports HDR10 high dynamic range video decoding and can increase the clarity of bright and dark images. At the same time, the Mijia projector adopts the Texas Instruments TRP square pixel architecture scheme.

The Xiaomi Mijia projector also provides cinematic sound effects. It uses a 2-inch 10W dual-speaker dual-passive audio system, which allows you to immerse yourself in the world with both low-frequency and outstanding dive, whether you are watching a movie or playing a game. Furthermore, it AF in 3 seconds once turned on and it can be connected to third-party products like game consoles.

In terms of content, the Xiaomi Mijia Projector adopts the same MIUI TV system as Xiaomi TV and includes Xiaomi’s massive video resources. Intelligent Patchwall can recommend customized content based on your viewing habits, as well as a new children’s model. It also provides children with rich, and healthy puzzle content. Mijia projector also supports voice control and to crown it all up, this product offers a lifetime up to 10 years.

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