Recently, a Xiaomi-related company dubbed XGIMI released a new product, namely “XGIMI Magic Lamp.” It droved a lot of attention. However, apart from this, the company also launched a new projector known as the XGIMI H5. Now, this amazing projector is available for booking.
This projector comes in a new color variant. But this is the change that can be seen with a naked eye. There are more important improvements inside. For instance, the projector comes with a new heat dissipation system, visual perception system, ambient light adaptation, and an overhauled OS compared with the previous generation.
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As for hardware features, the XGIMI H5 adopts a MT 9669 processor, 4GB+64GB storage combination, and runs the GMUI5.0 system. Now, the projector supports wireless screen projection, Bluetooth remote control, Bluetooth boot, and other operations.
In terms of projection, the XGIMI H5 has a built-in SUPER full-color LED system and a 3D ToF module. The projector supports a standard resolution of 1080P, sensor-less automatic keystone correction, intelligent obstacle avoidance, global autofocus, wall color adaptation, ambient light adaptation, and other functions.
With a high-performance processor and an excellent lighting system, the heat dissipation must keep up. The XGIMI H5 adopts the newly upgraded Sand Lizard cooling system 2.0. The latter increases the air volume by 88.51%. Also, it comes with large-sized heat pipes and cooling fins to ensure the whole machine can have long-term stable brightness output.
In terms of sound quality, the new product adopts large-amplitude dual speakers and a large-diameter diaphragm. They support Harman Kardon’s sound effects, making the treble clear and the bass rich.
The XGIMI H5 comes with several interfaces, such as HDMI2.1, HDMI2.0 interface, 100M Ethernet port, Audio interface, USB interface, and supports Wi-Fi 6.
In addition, the reservation price of XGIMI H5 is 6299 yuan ($934). The product will start shipping on August 18.