Xiaomi’s mini projector with gaming functionality was launched in China. Although information on the distribution expansion has not yet been announced, knowing Xiaomi’s speed, we can expect a European premiere in the near future. So, let’s take a look at the Xiaomi Projector Mini before it even hits store shelves.
A small projector with good specifications
This small device has specifications that may be sufficient for most potential users. The resolution is HD 720p, and the maximum brightness is up to 250 ANSI lumens.which should translate to satisfactory image quality in dark rooms.
It is also worth mentioning that the Xiaomi Projector Mini displays images in a ratio of 16: 9, and the projection ratio is 1.2: 1. Added to this is the game mode in which the delay value is 40 ms. In addition, it also has a weak “intelligence” function of blue light, thanks to which the eyes of the most advanced players are not tired.
Since we are talking about advanced players, it is worth mentioning the durability of the device itself. According to the manufacturer, the declared service life is up to 20,000 hours, i.e. 833 days. When it comes to battery life, then Xiaomi Projector Mini it should run for about 2 hours.
The dimensions of the device, which you can take with you, will certainly be an important issue for many customers. This small projector weighs only 1.2 kg and measures 95 x 98 x 153 mm. It is equipped with built-in 8W speakers, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory. In terms of available connections, we have HDMI, USB 2.0 and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Some useful extras
Among the most interesting solutions in the Xiaomi Projector Mini, we certainly have the ease of connecting to other devices. You can connect the projector with your smartphone with one touch (NFC function). You can also control the projector by voice through Xiao AI or Mijia app. In addition, it has an autofocus function, thanks to which you can not waste time on the adjustment of the sharpness of the image.
In China, the Xiaomi Projector Mini was sold for 2799 yuan (about PLN 1889). If you’re wondering how Xiaomi’s flagships fall, we invite you to check out the design of the Wanbo T6 Max.