XGIMI will showcase a portable projector at CES next month that will feature its new ISA (Intelligent Screen Adaptation) 2.0 technology.
XGIMI’s upgraded ISA technology makes their projectors easier to use than before and will be integrated into the new MoGo 2 Pro, which will be available on sale later in 2023.
CES will be the first chance to experience XGIMI’s latest addition to the MoGo series. In addition to the new MoGo 2 Pro, XGIMI will also show its entire current portfolio including their home projectors, such as the HORIZON Pro, as well as the laser projector AURA, and the Halo series of portable projectors.
The MoGo 2 Pro will be the first entry-level projector that is not only easy to use, making it suitable for everyone, but is also extremely capable, and will feature class leading specs.
XGIMI’s goal is to make smart projectors easy to use so that everyone can enjoy a cinematic experience. Building on previous iterations of their ISA technology, there are three new functions: Seamless Auto Keystone Correction, Seamless Auto Focus, and Intelligent Eye Protection. All of these innovations are part of the Intelligent Screen Adaptation Technology 2.0 (ISA), which is achieved with a custom-developed 3D ToF module.
Most ISA functions take place without interrupting projection and thus do not impair the viewing experience. The intelligent focusing and stabilization occurs automatically and unnoticed by the user, as there is no physical set-up or waiting time compared to the previous version. Completely automatically and invisibly, the new ISA 2.0 technology creates the perfect image for any situation.
Although an entry-level product, MoGo 2 Pro delivers image sizes that can stretch to 200 inches, powered by brightness of more than 350 ISO lumens. Images are maximized with full HD resolution of 1080p and HDR 10 support.
MoGo 2 Pro is a nimble 2.2 pounds with a height of only 6.54 inches, allowing it to fit into any room. The high-quality sandstone-textured Mocha Gold tone makes it an unobtrusive projector that fits into any home’s design.
CES attendees can try out the new ISA 2.0 system for themselves and test its advantages.