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JMGO N1s Ultra 4K projector: Price and additional information about the improved N1 with 3,000 ANSI revealed

JMGO N1s Ultra 4K projector: More info
JMGO N1s Ultra 4K projector: More info
We have already tested the N1 Ultra 4K, and now JMGO is following up with the N1s Ultra 4K. Despite having the same chip, it now projects 3,000 ANSI lumens instead of 2,200. JMGO has also integrated a Chromecast so that Netflix is finally supported natively. The company has also already revealed a price.

Not so long ago, we tested the unusual home projector JMGO N1 Ultra 4K. The unusual construction of this 4K projector allows it to hang in a gimbal, allowing it to be dynamically rotated and tilted.

Together with the really good and, above all, very fast automatic image optimization, you can even project onto the ceiling very easily by simply folding up the projector. The automatic image optimization then quickly adjusts the optimum sharpness and makes distortion corrections.

So now the manufacturer is launching an improved model. Apparently, they have also worked on the jerky operation criticized in our test, as the operating system has switched from AndroidTV to GoogleTV, although the RAM is still only 2 GB.

In addition to the formerly jerky operation, the N1s is supposed to eliminate another weak point of many current projectors with GoogleTV: Netflix. Netflix is not natively supported on many current home projectors. Although there are instructions on how to sideload the streaming service, this always involves fiddling around for the end user. In contrast to the N1, the N1s now integrates a Chromecast, which also supports Netflix natively. According to the datasheet comparison, the N1s now also support 3D content from external sources, and not just local 3D Blu-rays.

The brightness has also been increased from 2,200 to 3,000 ANSI lumens. According to JMGO, the laser engine in the N1S Ultra has been improved compared to the N1 Ultra. New components are said to have been used so that the internal design is now different, which has increased the brightness.

In the meantime, the manufacturer has also been able to provide us with a price, which was not previously known: the improved version is expected to cost €2,699. The original N1 Ultra 4K cost €2,299 in the RRP, but was usually available for significantly less: for €2,149 at Amazon or Geekmaxi for €1,899. In practice, the price of the N1s is also likely to be significantly lower than the RRP. The new projector will be officially launched at the end of June.



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Christian Hintze, 2024-05-14 (Update: 2024-05-14)