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XGIMI Projectors Get Sweet Early Memorial Day Discount, Up to $300 Off

XGIMI’s portable projectors and lifestyle projectors are on sale this week with prices starting at $249.99.

XGIMI Horizon Ultra Lifestyle Projector

Just in time for backyard movie nights, XGIMI’s popular line-up of portable and lifestyle projectors just got a nice discount. From the miniscule but mighty MoGo 2 now priced at $249.99 ($150 off) to the 4K Horizon Pro at $999.99 ($300 off) and all the way up to the Horizon Ultra flagship 4K projector with Dolby Vision at $1599.99 ($100 off), there’s something here for everyone. For Horizon Ultra buyers, new customers to can save an additional $50 automatically in cart and have the opportunity to save an additional $50 by posting a review after purchase.

ProductMSRPSale PriceDiscountWhere to Buy:Duration of Sale
HORIZON Pro$1,299.99$999.99$300 offAmazon.com5/20-5/27
HORIZON Ultra$1,699.99$1,599.99$100, ProjectorScreen.com5/20-5/27
HORIZON$999.99$699.99$300 offAmazon.com5/20-5/27
Halo+$799.99$649.99$150 offAmazon.com5/20-5/27
MoGo 2$399.99$249.99$150 offAmazon.com5/20-5/27

XGIMI MOGO 2 – Big Screen, Small Price

The entry-level MoGo 2 features 400 Lumens of brightness and an ultra compact form factor so you can take it just about anywhere. It weighs just 2.42 pounds and measures 4.69 x 4.25 x 6.34 inches. The native resolution is 1280×720 pixels (720p) but can accept 1080p sources from its HDMI input and even supports HDR 10 high dynamic range content from streaming sources.

The unit features Android TV 11.0 and Google Chromecast. It even has the Google Assistant built-in. The MoGo 2 has built-in stereo speakers with 8 watts of amplification and can be connected to external speakers using its aux output. Wireless connectivity is available via WiFi or Bluetooth.

The MoGo 2 can be plugged into a standard outlet for power using the included power adapter, or you can power it from a compatible USB-C power bank.

To get the $249.99 sale price on Amazon, be sure to clip the $50 coupon on the product page before you check out.

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XGIMI HALO+ – Upgrade to Full HD

The Halo+ steps up to 1080p resolution, 700 Lumens of brightness and a Harman Kardon speaker system for improved sound. It also includes a built-in 59 wH battery pack for standalone portability and unplugged video playback for up to 2.5 hours. The Halo+ is build on Android TV 10.0 for access to thousands of streaming apps.

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XGIMI Horizon – Step Up to 1500 Lumens

If you’re watching movies in a bright room or before the sun has completely gone to bed, you may want to trade portability for brightness and upgrade to the XGIMI Horizon. It offers 1,500 lumens of brightness for a nice punchy image even when the lights are on. The Horizon is a bit bulkier and not as portable as the MoGo 2 or Halo+ but it can be used outside as long as you can provide power. It does not include a built-in battery.

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XGIMI Horizon Pro – 4K for $1K

The main upgrade in the Horizon Pro is that it steps up from HD 1080p to 4K resolution for ultra-sharp moving images. With four times the detail of 1080p and support for HDR10 high dynamic range content, the Horizon Pro makes an excellent choice for a budget, transportable 4K projector. Like the Horizon, the Horizon Pro is rated for 1,500 Lumens of brightness.

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The Horizon Pro features Intelligent Screen Adaption Technology: ±40 Degrees Auto Keystone Correction (Horizontal & Vertical), Auto Screen Alignment, Auto Focus, and Obstacle Avoidance. Set-up is simple and image detail is noticeably better than the HD version, which matters even more when you blow the image up beyond 100 inches. The Horizon Pro also features XGIMI’s Advanced X-VUE 2.0 Image Engine, 60Hz MEMC super-smooth motion compensation and AI Brightness Adjustment for improved picture quality compared to the non-Pro version.

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XGIMI Horizon Ultra: Better, Brighter and Dolby Vision Compatible

XGimi’s flagship “lifestyle” projector, the Horizon Ultra is one of the rare projectors that supports Dolby Vision dynamic HDR for stellar performance on 4K streaming sources and UHD Blu-ray Discs. It also adds about 800 Lumens of brightness (2,300 Lumens) compared to the Pro model making it better suited for watching movies in a living room or environment with higher ambient light. Lighting is provided by an advanced dual laser/LED hybrid light source estimated to last up to 25,000 hours .

The Horizon Ultra features XGIMI’s most powerful built-in sound option with 12 watts of power to each channel in a Harman Kardon-designed speaker system. If you’d like to hook it up to a soundbar, receiver or surround sound system, you can choose among the 3.5mm headphone jack, a fiberoptic digital output or the integrated HDMI port with eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel).

The XGIMI Horizon Ultra took second place overall in the recent lifestyle projector showdown, pitted against some much more pricey competition. It also earned the top ranking for sound quality thanks to the on-board Harman Kardon speaker system. The Horizon Ultra is available at for the same sale price as Amazon (with free shipping), but first time customers save an additional $50 and can also post a review for an additional $50 discount making it a better deal than Amazon.

The XGIMI Horizon Ultra features XGIMI’s newest Intelligent Screen Adaption, version 3.0 which can adjust the image for different wall or screen colors, optimize screen correction and provide lossless optical zoom. It is built on the Android TV 11.0 platform giving you access to thousands of streaming apps like Disney+, YouTube TV and much more.

The Bottom Line

XGIMI offers a nice selection of portable and lifestyle projectors for those who may want to take their big screen experience with them outdoors or to a friend’s house or for those who want a simpler big screen experience at home without the installation complexity of a permanently mounted projector. At these sale prices, XGIMI’s already attractive price points just got a little more compelling.

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