|Throw Distance By Screen Size
|1.06 m / 3.47 ft
|1.33 m / 4.36 ft
|1.60 m / 5.24 ft
|1.86 m / 6.10 ft
|2.13 m / 6.98 ft
|2.39 m / 7.84 ft
|2.65 m / 8.69 ft
|2.92 m / 9.58 ft
|3.18 m / 10.43 ft
The MoGo 2 Pro has Image Zoom. Clicking on the Keystone Correction menu under the Projector Settings tab will bring up Image Zoom. Once you press on Image Zoom, a scale that says Digital Zoom pops up on the screen. From the Digital Zoom scale, the end-user can zoom in or out of the projection image.
The MoGo 2 Pro is the first XGIMI projector to incorporate their exclusive ISA 2.0 technology, which offers uninterrupted automatic keystone correction and autofocus, resulting in an effortless viewing experience for users. With multi-angle automatic keystone correction and focus adjustment, both horizontally and vertically, the projector can adjust its image without the need for user input, ensuring the clearest and most appropriate projected image almost instantly.
Additionally, with intelligent obstacle avoidance, the MoGo 2 Pro can identify and avoid obstacles in the projection area, such as light switches or picture frames. The ISA 2.0 functions in the MoGo 2 Pro are significantly faster and more accurate than XGMI Halo+ and XGIMI Elfin, which run off ISA 1.0 technology.
ISA 2.0 also includes Intelligent Eye Protection, where the light source dims automatically to prevent extremely bright light from entering their eyes when they pass or stop in front of the projector.
The Intelligent Eye Protection feature is so effective that I had to turn it off during ANSI lumens measurements. It kept dimming the image as I continuously walked in front of the projector. It’s a vital upgrade intended for households with children and pets, not for reviewers constantly walking in front of the screen and projector.
Since the MoGo 2 Pro is a smart projector, numerous menu and entertainment options exist. The menu system of the MoGo 2 Pro is neatly arranged and user-friendly. The remote control includes a Home menu button (depicting a silhouette of a home) that takes you directly to the projector's home menu screen. While the images in this section show only a limited number of available sub-menus, there are many more to explore. Here, I have presented some of the more noteworthy sections from the most frequently used sub-menus, such as Brightness Mode, Sound Settings, and the Others menu.
So, I selected two games from the "Best Games To Play On A Projector" series by Projector Reviews, which included Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Hogwarts Legacy. With the Game image mode enabled, the MoGo 2 Pro showcased its second-highest ANSI lumens output, allowing me to fully immerse myself in the gaming experience using nearly the projector's maximum brightness.
Although the MoGo 2 Pro may not secure victory in gaming contests that demand minimal input lag, it is suitable for experiencing large-scale gaming on the go, in your outdoor space, or at evening neighborhood block parties.
|MoGo 2 Pro
|DLP (0.23” DMD)
|1920 x 1080 pixels
|1920 x 1080 pixels
|Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)
|400 ISO lumens (ANSI lumens not provided)
|Light Source Type
|Light Source Life
|Zoom Lens Ratio
|Native Aspect Ratio
|DVI or HDMI
|2 x 8W w/ Passive Bass Diaphragm
|Noise Level (-db)
|Low Lag Gaming
|ISA 2.0 Technology, Intelligent Obstacle Avoidance
|6.33 inches x 4.25 inches x 4.68 inches