Although a few people know about JmGO, the Chinese company has interesting gadgets with high-end features. The View is one of them – a sleek projector with built-in storage and operating system.
The JmGO View is the third projector from the Chinese manufacturer, and it will make its first public appearance at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, which starts in early January and will launch on Indiegogo come February 1st, 2016.
This is going to be the company’s first step towards entering Western markets.
The device has a beautifully simple design to it, aluminum alloy casing, and only a single button on it, which serves as the power on/off switch. A good looking cylindrical body made of metal really highlights the projector among many competitors.
- 16GB internal storage (8 GB are internal, the other 8 GB come from built-in TF card)
- 1GB of RAM
- Android 4.4 operating system
- TI DLP 0.3 WVGA chipset
- 1,280 × 720-pixel resolution
- 3D video support
- up to 180 inches display with a contrast of 1,000:1 and 250 lumens of brightness
It is surrounded by a set of speakers.
The best part is likely it’s totally self-sufficient. The JmGO View will need no extra gadgets to work.
You will be able to control the interface either with the help of an included remote control or by using an official app via Wi-Fi.
No photo of the real device has been published. But the company says it looks very much like the previous generation systems (JmGO G1 and G1S).
Noo official word has arrived on a price tag either. However, previous versions were priced at $550-$600, so we can expect a similar price.