JmGO View is an Android-powered projector capable of 180-inch images

Adam Westlake - Dec 24, 2015, 8:00 am CST
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JmGO View is an Android-powered projector capable of 180-inch images

With CES 2016 only a few short weeks away, Chinese manufacturer JmGO is planning to use the event to make its debut in the western market, specifically with its new View projector. The device has a beautifully simple design to it, possibly taking a page from Apple’s book with its circular shape, aluminum alloy casing, and only a single button on it — used for powering on and off.

The JmGO View boasts of being able to display images as large as 180 inches, as well as a 1,000:1 contrast and a brightness of 250 lumens. Adding to the feature list are a 1280x720p resolution, 3D capabilities, and integrated speakers all around the sides of the device.

JmGO View is an Android-powered projector capable of 180-inch images

Also unique about the projector is that it runs Android 4.4, and can work completely on its own, with no need to connect other devices. Inside is a TI DLP 0.3 WVGA chipset, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. A remote is included, but users can also control the JmGO View with an official mobile app over WiFi.

Previous projector models from JmGO have been priced around $550 to $600, so a similar figure is expected here. A firm release date hasn’t been revealed yet, but more details are sure to come during CES in early January.

VIA Android Authority


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