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Xiaomi Mijia Laser Projector Launched For Rs 60,000

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The latest product in Xiaomi‘s smart ecosystem is the Mijia Laser Projector. It offers interesting features for avid movie watchers. This new projector has a similar design to the Xiaomi Laser Projector launched last month. It is now available in a dark gray color scheme. Sales begin on December 12 in China.

The latest product in Xiaomi‘s smart ecosystem is the Mijia Laser Projector. It offers interesting features for avid movie watchers. This new projector has a similar design to the Xiaomi Laser Projector launched last month. It is now available in a dark gray color scheme. Sales begin on December 12 in China, and it carries a hefty price tag of CNY 5,999 (approximately Rs 60,400).

Specifications & Features

The new Mijia laser projector is compatible with up to a 150-inch screen and is able to maintain an average brightness of 2,400 ANSI luminosity. This enables it to be clearly viewable even during the day so users won’t need to darken the room or pull up the curtains for this one. Its projection ratio sits in at 1.2:1 and has a projection distance of about 3.9 meters.

Xiaomi’s new laser projector supports ALPD 3.0 display technology which translates to more natural and vibrant looking colors being displayed. It also features a four-way keystone correction that can enable it to be used in small rooms as well. Furthermore, the device is equipped with a built-in microphone array composed of 4 highly sensitive sensors.

Under the hood, the Mijia laser projector is equipped with a new high-performance Amlogic T972 that has a maximum frequency of 1.9GHz. In comparison to its predecessor, it is noticeably faster by over 63 percent and has reduced power consumption by over 55 percent. Notably, the device also supports 8K video decoding.

Xiaomi’s Mijia laser projector is equipped with dual 10W speakers. Each measure at 1.75-inches and are full-frequency high fidelity speakers. The lower end of the audio spectrum can also see it dive to a 60Hz for intense moments. Even when the projector is turned off, the device can simply be used as a smart speaker.

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