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XGIMI reveals RS 10 new triple laser 4K projector 

XGIMI has launched the RS 10 projector in China. (Image source: XGIMI)
XGIMI has launched the RS 10 projector in China. (Image source: XGIMI)
XGIMI has launched a new triple laser 4K projector in China, the RS 10. The model is suited to a home theater set-up, casting images up to 150 inches (~380 cm) wide. Other features include built-in speakers and an HDMI eARC port. The RS 10 arrives alongside the more advanced RS 10 Pro.

The XGIMI RS 10, a new smart home projector, is now available in China. The triple laser model has arrived alongside the RS 10 Pro, with several differences between the two devices. As you might expect, the RS 10 is less powerful and has more basic features.

For example, the maximum brightness of the RS 10 is 1,950 CVIA lumens, around 1,500 ISO lumens, whereas the RS 10 Pro peaks at 2,450 ISO lumens. Both models offer a 4K resolution with 110% BT.2020 color space coverage and a 1,600:1 contrast ratio. You can use the projector to throw images up to 150 inches (~380 cm) wide with a 1.2:1 throw ratio, and there are various tools to perfect the image. With the RS 10, only manual focus is available, but the Pro has a motorized option alongside an automatic pan and tilt tool. The device also has two built-in 12W Harman Kardon speakers, or you could connect a soundbar via HDMI eARC.

The XGIMI RS 10 projector is currently on sale in China for 4,999 yuan (~$690) and is expected to retail for 5,999 yuan (~$830) when this introductory offer ends. The company has not announced plans to launch the model in other regions like North America. However, at CES 2024, the company unveiled the Horizon Max, due to launch later this year; the product is known in China as the RS 10 Ultra. Plus, you can already purchase devices such as the Horizon Ultra in the US.

(Image source: XGIMI)
(Image source: XGIMI)

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Polly Allcock, 2024-05-20 (Update: 2024-05-20)