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JMGO N1 Projector Review

Posted on August 14, 2023 by Philip Boyle
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The JMGO N1 is the newest edition to the growing line of JMGO gimbal-like projectors.

The JMGO N1 is one of two new Full HD additions to the company N1 projector lineup, offering 800 CVIA lumens, a triple laser light source, and JMGO gimbal-like design. The N1 is available from Amazon or purchased directly from JMGO for an MSRP of $999.

JMGO is a projector manufacturer fast becoming known for building high-quality, feature-rich video projectors that give consumers compelling alternatives to the products provided by today's mainstream manufacturers. I was very impressed with the video quality of the JMGO N1 Ultra so I'm very intrigued to see how this projector performs compared to its bigger 4K brother. If you are interested in reading my full review of the JMGO N1 Ultra, click on the model number link. Let's get into the details of the new JMGO N1 to find out if this projector is worth your purchase consideration.


To start with, let me give you a little insight into JMGO, but if you want more information, Philip Jones, our technical editor, just published an exclusive Projector Reviews video interview with Will Wong from JMGO. They discussed the development of the JMGO N1 series along with the notable technologies and features found on these projectors. It's a great interview, and you should check it out.

JMGO is not new to the projection category; the company has been designing and manufacturing projectors since 2011. JMGO (pronounced Jim Go) has brought a range of projectors to market for the past eleven years. Still, it's in recent years, with the introduction of its two ultra-short-throw laser projectors, that JMGO has been getting a lot of positive recognition in markets worldwide, including the US. In addition to this JMGO N1, I have reviewed the JMGO 01 PRO and the JMGO U2. You can read those full reviews by clicking on the model number links.

The N1 is a Digital Light Processing (DLP) projector using a 0.33-inch DMD (Digital Micromirror Device)  that can display a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution. The N1 also fully supports 3D for both movies and gaming as long as the user has a compatible pair of 3D glasses which JMGO sells as an option.

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JMGO N1 Specs
Price$999 MSRP
TechnologyLaser DLP
Displayed Resolution1920 x 1080
Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)800 CVIA Lumens
Light Source RGB Laser
Contrast1600:1 Dynamic
Zoom Lens RatioFixed
Sound 2 x 5watts
Dimensions7.36” x 6.50” x 7.52” (W x D x H)
Weight4.41 lbs


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JMGO has designed the first laser using a nine chip design.

The like all the JMGO N1 Series projectors the N1 is equipped with the latest laser technology: the NUMB12T, a discrete RGB triple laser light source developed in collaboration with Nichia. This cutting-edge laser boasts an industry-leading 9-chip design, making it the first to successfully integrate multiple RGB laser light sources. Compared to other lasers with 14 or 28 chips, the NUMB12T offers higher optical efficiency and a 40% smaller package size while dissipating heat at a 30% lower cost.

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The JMGO MALC laser system is smaller and more efficient than typical tri-laser light sources 

The N1 also features the JMGO-developed Microstructure Adaptive Laser Control (MALC) and Triple-Color Laser Optics, which combine to provide a premium audio-visual experience. The MALC optics use modularized laser stacking technology for enhanced optical efficiency, a smaller size, and improved heat dissipation performance.

Additionally, the N1 features a quad-layered diffuser for improved brightness uniformity and a dynamic light speckle reducer (LSR) that reduces specular artifacts caused by the lasers by an impressive 96%. 

The brightness and contrast of the N1 projector are truly impressive. JMGO rates it at 800 CVIA lumens. What are CVIA lumens? CVIA Lumens is a brightness standard set by the China Video Industry Association. I'll go into this a little bit more in the BRIGHTNESS PERFORMANCE section of this review. We at Projector Reviews only rate the brightness of a projector using the ANSI lumens standard. Regardless of the resulting number out-of-the-box, the projector looks bright enough to get the job done.

The estimated light source life is up to 30,000 hours, and the native contrast ratio of the N1 is listed as being 1,600:1.

The N1 is fully compatible with HDR content, offering HDR10 and HLG compatibility. I appreciate that JMGO has an HDR on/off control in the menu, making it easy to disable HDR if needed.

The colors this projector is capable of displaying are impressive. JMGO claims that the N1 can show 110% of the BT.2020 color gamut and offers a 10-bit depth.

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Like the other two projectors in the series, the JMGO N1 is a smart projector powered by a fully integrated Android TV 11 operating system. Anyone who has read my reviews knows I think an integrated OS experience is critical for all smart projectors and a better user experience than hybrid menu systems. There is currently no better interface experience for projectors than Android TV with the Google Play app store.

There are other non-hybrid projection operating systems but not ones open to other manufacturers, so Android TV is the best game in town for most of the industry. Along with Android comes key Google features such as Google Assistant and Google Chromecast. Also, access to most Android TV applications on the Google Play store is included, and more importantly, the best guarantee of compatibility, safety, and security of any Android application market.

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The N1 projector has 3D TOF Sensors, CMOS Hi-res Cameras, and intelligent adjustment features such as Auto Screen Fitting, Smart Object Avoidance, and Smart Eye Protection. However, turn off the Auto Screen Fitting and Smart Object Avoidance and manually align the projector to the screen using the built-in gimbal and tilt functions, which are useful and easy to use. Once the projector is set up to your liking, you can save the settings in the N1's preset memory for future use.

The sound system on the JMGO N1 projector is impressive. Dynaudio, a Danish loudspeaker manufacturer, co-created it and boasts two 5W speakers and 45Hz bass. While it's not a sub-woofer, it outperforms many ultra-short-throw projector sound systems. The sound system is certified by Dolby and DTS, ensuring you'll enjoy high-quality audio.

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All JMGO N1 series projectors offer the same smart features and have the same form factor.  While the laser light source found in the N1 offers all the benefits found in its bigger brothers, it utilizes fewer MALC light modules resulting in a lower-rated brightness. The N1 uses one MALC module, the N1 Pro has two modules, and the N1 Ultra utilizes three.  Besides the reduced size and HDMI connections of the N1, the number of MALC light modules (brightness) and resolution are the biggest differences between the three N1 series projectors.

JMGO N1 Series Model Comparison
ModelN1 UltraN1 ProN1 
Price$2299 MSRP$1499 MSRP$999 MSRP 
Resolution4KFull HDFull HD 
Light SourceTriple (RGB) LaserTriple (RGB) LaserTriple (RGB) Laser 
Brightness2200 CVIA lumens1500 CVIA lumens800 CVIA lumens 
MALC Devices321 
Native Contrast1600:11600:11600:1 
Throw Ratio1.2:11.2:11.2:1 
Device0.47" DMD0.47" DMD0.33" DMD 



  • $999 is JMGO's MSRP
  • Single Chip 0.33" DLP Texas Instruments DMD
  • Triple laser (RGB) light source developed with Nichia
  • JMGO's proprietary MALC triple-color laser optics
  • Dynamic Light Speckle Reducer Technology (LSR)
  • Four-layer highly precise lens diffusion
  • Laser light source life up to 30,000 hours
  • Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) displayed resolution
  • 800 CVIA lumens of manufacturer-rated brightness
  • 1,600:1 Native contrast ratio
  • Auto object detection
  • HDR10 and HLG signal support
  • Auto Screen Detection
  • Auto Keystone Correction
  • Autofocus
  • Premium sound by JMGO and DynAudio
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Wi-Fi 6 wireless connectivity
  • 2X HDMI 2.1 with one eARC
  • Android TV 11 OS
  • Google Assistant
  • Chromecast built-in
  • 3D compatible
  • Dimensions (WxDxH) 7.36” x 6.50” x 7.52” (187 mm x 165 mm x 191 mm)
  • Weight 4.41 lbs



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Like all the N1 models, the JMGO N1 is a beautifully designed compact home theater projector. This model is roughly 40 percent smaller than the N1 Pro and N1 Ultra. JMGO has maximized its design efforts to pack valuable home theater-sized functionality and performance into a compact chassis.

The JMGO N1 projector features a standout design. It features a single-axis gimbal-like pivoting mechanism that allows for vertical adjustment of 135 degrees, making it easy to place the projector without worrying about stability. The projector also has intelligent geometric correction tools that ensure the image remains square and focused even if it is bumped out of position. These tools can be set up to run automatically each time the projector is turned on, eliminating the need to move the device. With these features, users can even point the projector to project a movie on the ceiling.

Will Wong - JMGO - Projector Reviews 2023 Spring Projection Summit:

"We think a gimbal-like design will better serve this purpose so you can actually… freely rotate the projector to wherever and whatever angle you want and then project on whatever surface you want, and I think that way, people are actually more free to use it (the projector) the way they want."

Like the N1 Ultra, there is just a single button for power on/off on the upper side of the projector's stand but no control panel for menus or volume on the projector. The good news is that JMGO offers a free control app for both iOS and Android just in case you misplace your projector remote.

All the connections for the JMGO N1 projector are located at the back. The speakers are located on each side, and the cooling system is also at the back of the device, with warm air vented to prevent overheating. The DC power brick gets plugged into the rear of the stand.

The front of the projector has the lens and sensors, which include 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) Sensors and CMOS Hi-res Cameras. These sensors and cameras use intelligent recognition algorithms developed by JMGO to adapt to the surrounding environment easily. These features include:

• Adaptive Brightness: Adjust brightness according to ambient light.
• Auto Screen Fitting: Automatically adapt to the screen precisely.
• Smart Object Avoidance: Move the screen away from light switches and other obstacles on the wall.

The JMGO N1 weighs 4.41 lbs. (2.2 Kg) and measures 7.36" x 6.50" x 7.52".


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The N1 projector is ideal for a portable home entertainment or game room projector with a single HDMI port for connecting various gaming consoles, streaming sticks, and a dedicated sound system. JMGO's choice to offer such a minimal number of inputs is unfortunate. There are just not enough of them.

The single HDMI port is rated 2.1, offering Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) capability. There is a USB 2.0 Type-A port that should be USB 3.0, in my opinion.

JMGO upgraded the Wi-Fi connectivity to Wi-Fi 6 for improved speed and reliability. The N1 also features Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity or the ability to use the projector as an external speaker.


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JMGO N1 Screen Size Chart 16:9
30 - inches2.62 ft (0.8 m)
50 - inches4.36 ft (1.33 m)
80 - inches6.89 ft (2.1 m)
100 - inches8.69 ft (2.65 m)
120 - inches10.50 ft (3.20 m)
150 - inches13.12 ft (4.0 m)


The JMGO N1 projector has impressive focus uniformity, maintaining a clear image even on the outer edges of a 120-inch screen. With a throw ratio of 1.2:1, it has a digital zoom lens and a powered lens focus, allowing for manual or automatic adjustments.

The company's in-house designed and developed MALC Triple Color Laser Optics can project a startlingly bright Full HD image, and the Quad Layered Diffuser System and Dynamic Light Speckle Reducer Technology work together to ensure even brightness throughout your videos.

The N1 also includes auto keystone correction software for versatile placement options.

The focus uniformity of the N1 is excellent, maintaining a crisp image on my 120-inch screen, only softening at the outer edges.


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The JMGO N1 remote is gray plastic and feels good in my hand. Like most Android TV remotes, this one features the most common buttons for everyday operations, including power on/off on the top left and a Google Assistant voice control on the right. The Google Assistant button is used for voice control of the projector and compatible 3rd party Internet of Things (IoT) devices via the Android TV and Google Assistant.

Below is the D-Pad-like 4-direction controller with a select button in the middle for navigation—buttons for back, menu, home, and volume.

Unfortunately, the remote does not have a backlight.


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The JMGO N1 projector features an Android TV 11 operating system, making the menus very user-friendly and easy to navigate. If you've ever used an Android phone or tablet, you will find the interface very familiar. The home page is customizable, so you can easily access the most popular apps, settings, and other entertainment services you use.

Within the JMGO N1 app menu, you can select a specific input, network settings, streaming apps, and the built-in media player or browse the Google Play Store to find new apps to enjoy.

The Settings Shortcut is the button that looks like a gear, which takes you directly to the basic settings menu.

I connected a 4K Apple TV with an HDMI cable. Using the HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) functionality, the N1 can control almost all current and past HDMI-enabled sources such as DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K UHD Blu-ray players. This functionality should also allow the projector remote to control a range of HDMI-enabled smart media devices.

In addition to the Android TV content and control menus, the N1 offers a range of automatic configuration tools and manual controls for keystone and focus.



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JMGO has equipped the N1 with six preset picture modes: GLARING, VIVID, STANDARD, GAME, OFFICE, and USER. Right out of the box, the projector is set to the STANDARD mode, which results in pleasantly oversaturated colors typically found on most DLP laser projectors.

Another thing I quickly noticed was the complete lack of laser speckle in the projected images. JMGO has figured out the formula for getting rid of this annoying artifact usually found on almost all RGB laser-powered projectors.

The N1 impressed me with its great video quality. While all of the projector's preset picture modes look decent, I think the STANDARD mode offers the best overall color reproduction.


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The JMGO N1 has a manufacturer's rated brightness of 800 CVIA lumens. Wait, hold on one minute. What the heck is a CVIA lumen? CVIA stands for Color Volume Image Area, which considers a color and brightness combination when calculating a lumens rating, providing buyers with a more in-depth examination of the projector's performance. While ANSI lumens are a calculation of overall brightness, CVIA lumens incorporate a projector's color precision into the formulation.

So which measurement should you take into consideration? The answer is, "It depends." I think it is critical to consider where and how your projector will be used. In a more traditional business, education, and home theater use, I recommend looking at a projector's ANSI lumens rating to help you make a purchase decision. These traditional environments focusing on brightness will ensure you have the best chance of your projector looking its best.

Theoretically, CVIA lumens rating will help customers make a purchase decision, or that's how I understand it. Also, this is a gross oversimplification in an attempt to provide a concise explanation.

Sadly adding a CVIA lumens standard into the mix only increases an already growing number of competing brightness standards that industry experts and users must consider when making a purchase decision. However, ANSI lumens is still the global de facto standard for measuring projector brightness. In addition to ANSI, users are quoted Standard, LED, and CVIA lumens. To say it's confusing is an understatement.

For this and other reasons, we at Projector Reviews will calculate a projector's brightness rating using the ANSI lumens standard and nothing else.

To get my measurements for ANSI lumen calculation, I set the projector to STANDARD mode, the brightest picture mode, and then took three to four readings about 15-20% from the center of the screen.

The N1 measured 716 ANSI lumens.

I measured each projector's preset picture mode's brightness in both HDR and SDR. The results are in the chart below.

JMGO N1 Picture Modes

Picture ModeBrightness Measured (ANSI Lumens)  


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The N1 produces some of the best out-of-the-box black levels for a portable projector in its class that I have seen this year. The N1 is better than most other projectors in its class and price point. I'm not saying you will get OLED black levels, but I think the blacks this projector displays on the screen are impressive.

There are noticeable details in both shadow and bright highlights in HDR and SDR content, even in a space with ambient light. This projector does not crush blacks.


When displaying HDR content, the JMGO N1 can display a brighter image with more saturated colors than most projectors in it price range. JMGO claims their in-house designed MALC triple-color RGB laser system can display 119% of the BT.2020 color gamut, so the N1 can easily reproduce the DCI-P3 color space commonly used in HDR content.

The projector MALC triple-color laser system is designed to display a wider color gamut reproduction and keep a decent brightness level without sacrificing black-level detail. While the projector does not include dynamic tone mapping, but like the JMGO N1 Ultra did a great job delivering overall brightness while still displaying a good amount of highlight detail. 


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The N1 has a preset game mode, and when combined with the projector's HDMI 2.1 inputs, it provides an optimized gameplay experience. JMGO says the N1's latency of 15ms at 1080p 60 Hz is the projector's maximum refresh rate.

From my experience of console gaming with this projector, it worked great with no appreciable input lag, even when playing first-person shooter games where input lag can be the difference between your character staying alive in a firefight or getting fragged.


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JMGO has included built-in cameras and sensors in the N1 to provide users with smart hardware features such as Auto-Focus, Smart-Framing, and Obstacle Avoidance. Normally I'm very wary about this type of technology that, on paper, sounds cool but rarely lives up to the hype, but I've found that this is not the case with the JMGO N1.

The projector's Auto-Focus capability is excellent, providing top-notch focus even when projecting at odd angles or uneven surfaces. JMGO provides a manual focusing adjustment via the projector's on-screen menu and remote control.

The built-in Auto Screen-Fit and Obstacle Avoidance exceeded my expectations and were markedly superior to many competitive projectors, where these features just don't work as well. The N1 quickly responds to bumps to the projector or objects in the environment getting in the way of the displayed image. The N1 does a better job than any other brand I have seen with these types of features. The JMGO N1 just worked when I needed it to work, making it much easier to maintain a watchable and geometrically correct image.

Remember, using these digital adjustments can make your setup process much easier, but this easy setup can cost you overall picture quality. Do your best to manually square the projector before you do give up some picture quality by using some of these digital adjustments.


The N1 features four audio preset modes: STANDARD, MUSIC, MOVIE, and SPORTS.

The sound quality of this projector is very good. Even though this projector is roughly 30% smaller than the other two projectors in the N1 line, the sound from the projector is impressive. The N1 is not as loud or deep as its larger counterpart, the N1 Ultra. It still rocks. The N1 delivers a powerful and immersive audio experience surpassing many of its portable competitors I've reviewed and sounds better than most home entertainment projectors except for Laser TV projectors.


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The JMGO N1 is the little brother to the JMGO N1 Ultra I recently reviewed. Except for resolution, size, and a few small features, these projectors are clearly cut from the same cloth. Before I get into the performance summary, the gimbal-like design of the N1 series is game-changing in that it allows these projectors to project geometrically square images from almost any angle. The N1 does not come with the horizontal rotating gear on the bottom like the bigger projectors in this line-up, but it's small and light enough that I don't see this as a negative. Also, JMGO has added a tripod mount to the bottom of the projector gimbal plate.

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I was initially concerned about this projector's lack of 4k resolution, but the picture was excellent once I got it set up and running. It's easily one of the best Full HD projector images I've seen this year. Its image does not look as good as the N1 Ultra's 4K image, especially when I look at these units side by side. However, the Full HD image on the N1 appears crisp and detailed. For a projector used on the go or in the bedroom, this amazing addition from JMGO gets the job done whether watching movies, tv shows, or playing games.

The N1 uses a 0.33-inch DLP imager smaller than the 0.47-inch sensor in the N1 Ultra, directly impacting this projector's black-level performance. Compared to the N1 Ultra, blacks are not as deep. That being said, this projector holds its own against competitive portable models and outperforms many home entertainment projectors I've reviewed in its price range.

The color that the JMGO MALC laser light engine produces is phenomenal! As a DLP projector, the N1 can provide brilliantly saturated images, if that's what you like, or incredibly balanced color performance that results in content that appears to pop off the screen.

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The JMGO MALC triple laser engine provides an out-of-the-box color reproduction and calibration flexibility that today's video enthusiasts require from a projector. The N1 projector can display 107 billion colors at a 10-bit depth and reproduce 110% of the BT.2020 color space. Put all the numbers aside, and you have a projector capable of displaying stunning imagery. JMGO's ingenious ability to stack the MALC module for an increase in brightness is the key difference between all three projectors in the line. The N1 uses one MALC module, the N1 Pro uses two modules, and the N1 Ultra uses three modules.

In addition to JMGO's new MALC laser engine, they have submitted a patent for the projector LSR technology that smooths out specular artifacts, creating what JMGO describes as a natural and comfortable viewing experience. I agree. The N1's focus and brightness uniformity are excellent.

The N1 measured 739 ANSI lumens in my testing. Like the larger 4K JMGO N1 Ultra, the smaller and less bright N1 defies the numbers and looks bright. This projector displayed a highly visible image even when doing lights-on viewing, which is fantastic. The projector displayed both SDR and HDR content beautifully.

When set to a brightness level of 10, the N1 offers up to 30,000 hours of maintenance-free operation. This projector will likely run long after you are ready to buy a newer model.

The N1 uses the latest Android TV 11 operating system with smart features. The menus are easy to navigate. The projector is loaded with popular streaming apps like YouTube. Netflix is not supported. But this is easily solved by adding one of many affordable smart media sticks or boxes.

You can use the remote for voice control with its built-in microphone to control basic projector features. The remote also controls various compatible smart devices via Google Assistant. The N1 supports Chromecast functionality as well.

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The JMGO N1 delivered excellent picture quality and sound from a portable package

Regarding the essential elements of a projector, the picture and sound, JMGO has created a projector that is a worthy addition to their ever-growing N1 projector lineup. The N1 provides enough brightness to get the job done with fantastic color and black levels and shadow detail that is more than competitive with other projectors in its class. And the N1 is one of the best-looking and sounding projectors I've reviewed in its price point.

The N1 projector is ideal for various entertainment uses, from watching movies in the living room or bedroom to taking the family out to the backyard for an outdoor movie night.

The projector has a single high-speed, low-lag HDMI 2.1 port, a USB 2.0 connection, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. I would prefer that JMGO had added an additional HDMI connection like the other two projectors in the N1 line up.

JMGO has included a Wi-Fi 6 network connection and the latest Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity.

The N1s projector's sound quality is another standout feature. JMGO has continued collaborating with Dynaudio producing their best-sounding audio system so far. JMGO says the N1 can produce 45 Hz low-frequency sound. Since we don't do sound measurements here at Projector Reviews, this projector's soundstage provides a very enjoyable listening experience and improves the overall entertainment experience.



  • JMGO/Nichia exclusive 9-chip laser
  • MALC (Microstructure Adaptive Laser Control) Triple Color Laser Optics
  • 30,000 Hours of laser light source life
  • Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution
  • 0.33" DLP chip delivers a sharp picture and good contrast
  • HDMI 2.1 supports ALLM and eARC
  • HDR10 and HLG Support
  • 1,600:1 Native contrast with excellent black level and shadow detail
  • Android TV 11 fully integrated OS
  • 15 ms at 1,080p 60 Hz low latency gaming
  • Smart Features: Auto Screen Fitting, Smart Object Avoidance, Smart Eye Protection
  • Google Assistant inside
  • Supports Google Chromecast
  • Excellent JMGO/Dynaudio Sound System
  • Premium Design pivoting design


  • Netflix not supported
  • The Remote is not backlit
  • No on-device control panel
  • 60 Hz is the maximum refresh rate


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Full Specifications JMGO N1
Price$999 MSRP
Imager TypeDLP
Displayed Resolution 1920 X 1080 pixels
Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)800 CVIA lumens
Light Source TypeRGB LASER
Light Source Life30,000 hours (ECO)
Contrast Ratio1600:1 (Native)
Len Throw Ratio1.2:1
Zoom RatioFixed
Lens ShiftNo
Interchangeable LensNo
Ultra-Short ThrowNo
Native Aspect Ratio16:9
Blu-Ray 3DYes
SpeakersDual 5W
Noise Level (-dB)26 dB
Low Lag GamingYes (15 ms)
Smart FunctionalityYes (Android TV 11)
Pivot127 degree vertical
Special FeaturesGimbal Design, MALC Laser Optics, HDR10
NetworkingWiFi 6
Dimensions (HxWxD)(WxDxH) 7.36” x 6.50” x 7.52”
Weight4.41 lbs
WarrantyOne (1) Year

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