XGIMI MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro debut as new mid-range portable projectors running Android TV 11
XGIMI is preparing to release MoGo 2 series projectors, roughly three months after showcasing the MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro at CES 2023. Incidentally, XGIMI announced the MoGo 2 series in December, as we discussed at the time. In short, the MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro are similar projectors that can create 120-inch images, with 0.23-inch DMD display chips and a 25,000-hour lamp life.
However, the MoGo 2 Pro outputs at 1080p, while the MoGo 2 peaks at 720p. According to the company, both deliver 400 ISO Lumens peak brightness, 90% DCI-P3 colour space coverage and a 1.2:1 throw ratio. Additionally, XGIMI has integrated its ISA 2.0 autofocus and auto keystone technology, which should make either MoGo 2 series model easy to place in a room than the company's earlier projectors.
Moreover, the MoGo 2 series runs Android TV 11, has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. As the image below shows, the MoGo 2 series also has several ports, with single HDMI 2.0, USB Type-A and USB Type-C connections available, as well as a 3.5 mm jack. Furthermore, the projectors contain twin 8 W speakers with Dolby Audio certification. While XGIMI has priced the MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro at US$399 and US$599 respectively, the company is offering US$50 off with orders placed between April 25 and May 5. Please see XGIMI's website for more details.