JMGO N1 Ultra arrives as new triple-laser projector with adjustable stand
JMGO has now brought the N1 Ultra to Kickstarter, nearly three months after the company presented the projector in China. To recap, JMGO released the N1 Pro and N1 Ultra simultaneously, with a CNY 2,500 (~US$360) price difference separating the two. For some reason, the company has decided against offering the N1 Pro outside China for now.
As such, the JMGO N1 series has a relatively high starting price, even factoring in its Kickstarter 'Launch Special' pricing. At the time of writing, JMGO is offering the N1 Ultra for US$1,099, which is actually less than it costs in China. JMGO claims that the projector will eventually carry a US$2,299 MSRP, although that remains to be seen for now. For reference, JMGO hopes to begin shipping the N1 Ultra from May 2023.
According to JMGO, the N1 Ultra delivers up to 4,000 ANSI lumens peak brightness and utilises a 0.47-inch DMD chip that outputs at 4K (DLP). Additionally, the triple laser projector offers 135-degree vertical and 360-degree horizontal adjustment with a 1.2:1 throw ratio. Moreover, the N1 Ultra can create between 100-inch and 150-inch projections with 110% BT.2020 colour space coverage. Meanwhile, the projector itself measures 241 x 236 x 203 mm and contains twin HDMI ports, as well as a USB Type-A port and a 3.5 mm jack. Please see JMGO's Kickstarter page for more details.