The Chinese projector maker XGIMI introduces the new Android TV projector after the XGIMI Elfin. XGIMI Halo+ is an upgraded version of the currently available Halo projector. The Halo Plus projector has 900 Ansi Lumens brightness, Android TV 10, 802.11ac WiFi and smart image display features.
Availability and price
XGIMI Halo+ portable projector now is available is available on the XGIMI website for $849 / £739
Projector is shipped with Charger, Power plug, User manual, and Bluetooth Voice remote control.
XGIMI Halo+ Android TV Projector Overview Features
As we mentioned, the new Halo Plus projector is a much improved version of the long-available XGMI Halo. Compared to the Halo projector, the new Halo+ is also a 1080p DLP projector with a 0.33” DMD display chip, while offering 900 Ansi Lumens higher brightness. When it comes to design, no major changes.
With Halo+, you can easily set up a 200″ display and enjoy the excitement of your 3D content anywhere, anytime. Additionally, Halo Plus runs on Android TV 10 OS and supports Dual-band 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0/BLE.
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First of all, it is worth mentioning the smart image display features that can also be found in XGIMI Elfin. XGIMI Halo+ also offers Intelligent Obstacle Avoidance (detects objects in the projection area and scales the image to avoid it ), Intelligent Screen Alignment (matches the projected image with your screen automatically), Auto Keystone Correction (+/-45), Auto Focus. Perfectly illustrated functionalities can be found on the XGIMI Halo Plus product page.
Besides Halo+ supports HDR10+, MEMC as well as sharp display via X-VUE 2.0 image engine (significantly boosts the color and clarity for any dynamic content).
XGIMI Halo Plus more details
Besides, the new Android TV portable projector has two 5W Harman/Kardon, Dolby Audio, DTS-HD&DTS Premium Sound. Of course, it has Chromecast built in. Besides comes with 2GB RAM and 16GB eMMC storage. Among I / O ports we find DC, HDMI 2.0, USB 2.0, 3.5mm Headphone jack.
Regarding Netflix, techpowerup reports that: “Halo+ can run Netflix natively. While it is not clear whether Netflix has loosened restrictions or XGIMI tweaked something — there is the occasional warning message — it worked flawlessly during our testing”