XGIMI, the company behind the portable 1080p projector (Halo) we covered recently, has announced two new home projectors (the XGIMI HORIZON and HORIZON PRO) that will be launching this summer. Both taking on an elegant approach to provide performance while blending in with everything else in the room.
Similar to the portable Halo projector, the projectors will feature Android built-in to give you all of your favorite apps and games, while also having access to Google Assistant for easy browsing and interaction with other things on the network. You will be able to stream all of your favorite content without having to connect anything. Of course, while still having the ability to run anything you want to it so that it can be used with all of your favorite devices as well. Along with that, they will offer Chromecast support and built-in Harman-Kardon speakers (2x 8W) so that you can enjoy rich sound directly from the projector while also being able to use it as a standalone Bluetooth speaker as well.
The HORIZON model will provide a 1080p image up to 300-inches with 2000 lumens, where the HORIZON Pro takes things up a notch to 4K and 2200 lumens.
Both will also include automatic keystone correction as well as the autofocus that we really enjoyed with the Halo model. An LED lamp with 3D support for both and Fast Boot to get you going in around 6 seconds from turning it on. There seem to be a lot of neat features that might make these a hit when they launch.
The HORIZON will launch with an MSRP of $1,099, while the HORIZON PRO will feature an MSRP of $1,699. They will both be launching sometime in June, with a special pre-order stage that will kick off next month (May).
For now, you can find XGIMI on Amazon here (or Aliexpress here), where they already have a handful of models to pick from. Both HORIZON models will be available there as well in June once they have launched.