XGIMI Aura 4K Ultra Short-throw Laser Projector: Android TV, 150-inch Image Size, Harmon-Kardon Sound

For the price of a large flat-screen TV, you can own an entertainment device that will not kill your interior decoration. This “non-TV” TV that we are talking about is a 4K ultra-short-throw laser projector which is what the XGIMI Aura is about.

JIRENO CUBE4: “World’s Brightest Sealed Portable Projector”

For people who move around often, it may make sense to own a projector instead of a TV. That said, if you are one of these roving people or just happen to be in the market for a projector, Shenzhen-based startup JIRENO has one to offer, and it’s called CUBE4.

Amazon Glow Is A High-tech Projection Device With Sensing Technology That Will Make Kids’ Learning Fun

Computers, tablets, and smartphones are devices the young use to learn new knowledge. But having more screen time isn’t the best of ideas. This is where Amazon Glow comes in.

JMGO U2 Series 4K Tri-Color Laser TV Projector Boasts An Epic 114% BT. 2020 Color Gamut

Laser TV is not just a fancy name for an ultra-short-throw projector that requires a special screen. It is the epitome of projection technology and the savior to all haters of a black piece of panel.

JMGO O1 Series: Ultra-short Throw Projectors That Are Under US$900

TV is one decor-ruining electronic device that we have learned to live with. However, if you prefer not to conform, then perhaps an ultra-short throw projector could be the alternative. Speaking of ultra-short throw projector, JMGO has a couple to offer.

Xiaomi Mi Smart Projector 2 Pro Is Essentially An Android Projector And A Bluetooth Speaker

Anyone who is in the market for a projector may want to check out Xiaomi’s offering, the Mi Smart Projector 2 Pro, a follow up to its Mi Smart Compact Projector aka Mijia Projector. For those who are not aware, Xiaomi is not new to projectors.

Optoma Introduces True 4K Projectors For Gaming And Home Entertainment

Projector and gaming does not quite go hand-in-hand, but projector maker and owner of audio equipment maker NuForce, Optoma, begs to differ. Optoma has recently revealed two new true 4K projectors, namely, UHD35 and UHD38, which it is marketing as “gaming and home entertainment projectors.”