Published On: January 8, 2024

XGIMI Introduces Horizon Max and Aladdin Projectors at CES 2024

Published On: January 8, 2024
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XGIMI Introduces Horizon Max and Aladdin Projectors at CES 2024

From IMAX certification to intelligent adaptation technology, XGIMI's Horizon Max and Aladdin projectors promise a new era of home entertainment.

XGIMI Introduces Horizon Max and Aladdin Projectors at CES 2024

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XGIMI has introduced two new projectors at CES 2024: the Horizon Max and the Aladdin. These projectors offer unique features and technological advancements that cater to different needs, from delivering an IMAX Enhanced cinematic experience to a space-saving combination of a ceiling light and projector.

The Horizon Max, the brighter of the two, is a 4K smart projector boasting an impressive 3,100 ISO lumens. What sets it apart is its "Dual Light 2.0" laser and LED hybrid light source, which, combined with a reported contrast ratio of 2000:1, DTS audio support, and remarkable color accuracy, has earned the projector an IMAX Enhanced certification. This certification means that the Horizon Max can play IMAX Enhanced content from streaming platforms like Disney Plus.

Another notable feature of the Horizon Max is its ISA (Intelligent Screen Adaptation) technology, version 5.0. This innovation allows the projector to automatically locate the best spot on the wall to project its image and remember settings for specific walls. Whether you're using it for gaming on one side of the room or for movie nights on the other, the projector should seamlessly adapt its settings for an optimal viewing experience.

Alongside Horizon Max, XGIMI has introduced the Aladdin projector, a unique ceiling light projector that also doubles as a Bluetooth speaker.

The Aladdin, on the other hand, is a unique ceiling light projector that also doubles as a Bluetooth speaker. This device offers a 1080P (1920 x 1080) projection of up to 100 inches. The Aladdin attaches directly to a standard light socket in your ceiling, making installation a breeze. It's also equipped with built-in Harman Kardon speakers that provide 360-degree sound, even when the projector lamp is turned off.

Both the Horizon Max and Aladdin have made the transition from Android TV to Google TV, simplifying the process of accessing popular streaming platforms like Netflix. Unlike most Android TV-based smart projectors, these models do not require users to sideload apps, as they come preloaded with Netflix, providing a more user-friendly experience.

In addition to these models, XGIMI has announced a partnership with MediaTek. This collaboration aims to introduce a broader range of projectors featuring MediaTek's chips and the Google TV OS in 2024 and beyond.

XGIMI has not yet released final prices or exact release dates for these projectors. However, it is anticipated that the Horizon Max will retail for under $3,000 and ship in late 2024. Details regarding the pricing and availability of the Aladdin will be announced later, with a launch expected in Japan in June 2024 and subsequent availability in the US.

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