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Whether gathering with friends or unwinding after a day of work, we often turn to our home entertainment center to take in the latest shows, have a fun movie night, or dive into some games. In recent years, XGIMI has proven itself a worthy addition to the home theater with projectors that go above and beyond the call of duty with a blend of high-quality imagery, impressive value, and a blend of technology and user-centric design that’s far easier to use than more home theater equipment.

XGIMI has a host of capable projectors, and the latest example of this is the XGIMI AURA, which just earned the Best Product award in the ultra-short-throw projector category from the EISA (Expert Imaging and Sound Association). That’s the company’s second such award following the win by the Horizon Pro projector last year, showing consistent excellence from its products.

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Taking a closer look at the XGIMI AURA,  there’s  a stunning example of the care the company puts into its projectors. The AURA showcases almost all of the XGIMI’s technological prowess and smart features. Like the rest of the family, it offers an elegant design that blends in better with decor, looking less like a giant hunk of technology and more like a piece of furniture. XGIMI’s other projectors are generally so subtle that you could set them on a coffee table and they wouldn’t draw anyone’s attention. 

The XGIMI AURA and the rest of the family are ready to serve as all-in-one entertainment systems. Each has the chops to create a huge, bright, colorful image that will have you feeling like you’re in the movie theater but from the comfort of your own home. XGIMI’s more affordable options provide a fun viewing option while devices like the Horizon Pro and AURA provide something serious for the home theater buffs. Most TVs will pale in comparison to the size of image available from the AURA and Horizon Pro, and both will take up less space than most TVs. 

XGIMI ensures the picture coming from its projectors is also exceptional. You’ll find projectors with HD, 1080p, and even 4K pictures available. Features like XGIMI’s X-Vue 2.0 system, which was developed in-house by big-screen picture quality to intelligently improve picture quality, can enhance clarity of fine details, restore true color, and remove noise from content.  

You don’t need to find extra space for speakers or worry about hooking up external devices to XGIMI’s projectors, as their all-in-one systems that pack in powerful Harman Kardon speakers to bathe your living room in sound. They also come powered by Android TV, allowing you to get a complete entertainment package in a single device that’s nearly ready to go right out of the box.

XGIMI is also looking out for its customers with eye protection features. You can find models that reduce harmful blue light and use diffuse reflection imaging to avoid the eye strain that can come with direct light exposure. Since the XGIMI AURA uses a powerful laser light source to project, XGIMI also built in a smart eye-protection sensor to dim the light if anyone gets too close, preventing direct exposure to the concentrated light.

XGIMI projectors aren’t just great to use, they’re also incredibly easy to use. XGIMI has made it a snap to get your projection framed up on the wall just how you want it. Automatic focus and automatic keystone correction will help get your image sharp and square against the wall or projection screen with no effort on your part. Various XGIMI projectors can also automatically resize the image to fit within the space of a screen or to avoid obstacles on a wall, letting you set the projector wherever it’s convenient, and having the projector handle the rest. These features are all part of XGIMI’s Intelligent Screen Adaption technology, which helps lower the barrier between your and your entertainment, making setup quick and easy, which is especially handy for the many portable projects in XGIMI’s product portfolio.

If you’re ready to give your home theater the projector upgrade it deserves, you can find the XGIMI AURA here and find other XGIMI models on sale at B&H

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