Xiaomi Laser Projector 1S Launched At 5,699 yuan ($851)

Xiaomi Laser Projector 1S

Xiaomi is a master in terms of making laser projectors. A few years ago, when Xiaomi released its first product, it made a furor. The reason was that Xiaomi’s laser projector was priced 3-4x lower than the Japanese rivals that were dominating the market. Now, there are tons of Xiaomi projectors released not only under its own brand but also under its satellite brands. As for today, we are going to talk about a new product, namely the Xiaomi Laser Projector 1S. The pre-sale has already begun at a price of 5,699 yuan ($851). The projector will start shipping on July 11.

The Xiaomi Laser Projector 1S adopts cinema-level ALPD laser display technology. Thanks to the advantages of a laser light source, the brightness of the projector is as high as 2400 ANSI lumens. It has a hardware-level SGS low blue light certification.

As for other specs, the standard resolution of Xiaomi Laser Projector 1S is 1920*1080 pixels. It also supports 60-150-inch screen projection and MEMC motion compensation.

The Xiaomi Laser Projector 1S is equipped with a quad-core A55 flagship CPU with a maximum frequency of 1.9GHz. Compared with the previous generation Amlogic T972 chip, the performance is improved by 100%.

The projector has a 1080P high-definition resolution, supports 4K decoding and playback, and the game delay can be guaranteed within 40ms.

What we like more is the autocorrection function. Thus, no matter how and where you place it, the projected picture will become square in seconds. Also, the projector supports functions such as intelligent capture of the screen frame, real-time non-perceptual focusing, and automatic screen obstacle avoidance.

There are built-in two 1.75-inch 10W full-frequency high-fidelity speakers. The low frequency is 60Hz. It provides a DSP-independent sound effect. The HiFi5 architecture supports 360° virtual surround sound.

Lastly, there are many ports and interfaces such as 3*HDMI 2.1, 3*USB 2.0, 1*SPDF, 1*LAN, headphones, and other interfaces.


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