The Xiaomi Mijia Projector Youth Version is currently a very popular small projection product, or it can also be called micro-projection. These projectors used to be different in the classroom or at the conference. They are much smaller in size, and at the same time, they sacrifice a lot of performance indicators. The economy is their label, even if the price of a TV has dropped. It is low enough, but there is still a place for micro-investment in the market.
It is reported that Xiaomi official said that Mijia projector uses a new light path design to increase the projection brightness by 5%, using Osram’s P1W/A beads, the measured brightness of 800 ANSI lumen, can also bring a good viewing experience in the daytime. Dolby Audio Enhancement Technology can bring cinema-level audio-visual experience. It uses a two-inch 10W dual horn dual passive membrane sound, excellent low-frequency submersion.
The Xiaomi Mi Home Projector Lite (Youth Edition) has a 500 ANSI lumens lamp and can project at 1080p resolution. There is support for HDR10 and this tiny projector can project from a 40-inch screen size all the way up to 200-inch with a 1.2:1 aspect ratio.
This is Xiaomi’s second projector after the Mi Laser Projector which has a 5000 lumens lamp that can last for 25,000 hours. The Mi Laser Projector has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.
Xiaomi claims that the LED lamp on this Mi Home Projector can last up to 30,000 hours. It also has integrated speakers with support for Dolby Atmos as well as DTS. The projector comes with ports for USB, HDMI, and an aux port at the back which can be used to connect it to other peripherals. The projector comes pre-installed with MIUI TV operating system just like the MI TV models in China. This should give it the ability to stream TV shows and movies. It comes with an AI voice control setup, which should let you control the projector without the remote control.