Review: XGIMI Horizon Ultra projector

Projectors have historically been finicky and uncool, quite to the point of being almost as hated as printers. Anybody who grew up in the 2000s knows exactly how much of a pain they could be. They were big, clunky, terrible to troubleshoot. Of course, older projectors worked with external input devices, typically Windows PCs, which weren’t the best at display output. To sum it up, projectors were mostly terrible. That’s not quite the case anymore, though. Projectors have had a bit of a second coming in recent years, and the new XGIMI Horizon Ultra is a prime example of how good projectors are today. XGIMI Horizon Ultra 4.0 Quick Verdict: The XGIMI Horizon Ultra packs in some pretty great hardware, backed by software adjustments which make for an almost perfect home laser projector. It has some performance issues with Android TV, but connect an external input, and you have a bang-for-buck home entertainment system. Pros: Gets very brightPremium design and feelAmazing image adjustmentsImpressive speakers Cons: Android TV stutters due to low RAMOlder HDMI and USB standardsNetflix app experience isn’t great Check price at XGIMI See at Amazon KnowTechie is supported by its audience, so if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the sale. XGIMI Horizon Ultra is the world’s first long-throw projector (LTP) that supports Dolby Vision. It achieves this with a dual light source, making this an LED and laser projector. At $1,699, it provides some serious value. Let’s dig in. .stk-64c3062{border-radius:0px…Review: XGIMI Horizon Ultra projector

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