Las Vegas, United States – Leading smart projector manufacturer XGIMI launches CC, a stylish, portable, smart 3D projector with sound from JBL, at CES Las Vegas today.
Less than six inches long (5.43*5.31*4.69”) and beautifully crafted from aluminum and leather, the CC boasts an Android operating system, crisp HD picture and ladles of bass to keep you entertained on-the-go.
Winner of two CES 2017 Best of Innovation awards, XGIMI will unveil the CC on its booth 21653, in South Hall 1.
Take the movies anywhere with the powerful, portable CC. It projects a screen of up to 300 inches with incredible resolution of 1280*720 pixels, it also supports 4K.
No need to buy 3D movies to enjoy a captivating experience, advanced Active Shutter 3D technology means any 2D film can be watched in 3D.
The XGIMI app connects Android devices seamlessly to CC via Bluetooth, to stream and play content as well as act as a remote control.
Unlike most home theater projectors the CC has its own processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage for 10 movies or 4,000 songs, as well as its own user-friendly interface. The Android-based OS provides direct access to content-filled apps like Netflix, YouTube and various video games.
Perfect for gaming or movie marathons the CC’s 20,000mAh high capacity battery provides unlimited viewing for eight hours without charging.
Its modern design and silver outer shell means the CC blends beautifully into any setting. Crafted from Australian aluminum, with a genuine leather strap, it is fashionable, well-built and durable, whilst also lightweight. It can be transferred from movie night, to music event, to the office with ease.
The dual 40mm speaker produces a layered and deep bass acoustic sound. CC’s impressive sound system is made by audio experts JBL.
Also at CES
Alongside the CC, several of XGIMI’s hugely successful products will be on display and available to demo at the booth.
The Z4 Aurora, a portable Android projector supported by Harman/Kardon sound achieved the CES 2017 Best of Innovation award in the Portable Media Players and Accessories category. The H1 all-in-one home theater system with built-in Harman/Kardon sound, secured a CES 2017 Innovation Honoree Award in the High Performance Home Audio/Video category. The H1 also recently received over $1m in funding on Indiegogo.
XGIMI will also demo its new high-performance large-screen 4K input Laser TV with built-in Harman/Kardon speakers.
CEO, XGIMI Apoll Zhong says: “Having achieved over $1m in funding for the H1 and won two CES innovation awards, we are delighted to be launching our newest product at such an important industry event. We want to bring incredible images and sound into everyone’s homes without the price tag of a smart TV.”
The RRP of the CC is $450. It will be available to buy from Amazon in the spring of 2017.
XGIMI will be at booth number 21653, South Hall 1. CES takes places from the 5-8 January 2017. More details can be found here.
Product Category: Home Projector
Display: 0.3″DMD RGB-LED
Lens: High Transmission Coated Lens
Luminance (Brightness): 350 ANSI Lumens
Luminance Uniformity: 98%
Color Gamut: >=120%NTSC
Dynamic Contrast: 5000:1
Standard Resolution: 1280*720
Compatible Resolution: 1080P/2K/4K
Projection Ratio: 1.1:1
Keystone Correction: Vertical ±40°
Computing & Storage
CPU: MSD6A638 Cortex-A53 64-bit Dual-Core 1.5GHz
RAM: 1GB DDR3
Internal Storage: 16GB eMMC High Speed Flash Storage
Operating System: GMUI, based on Android 5.1.1
Mirroring Display: AirPlay / DLNA / Miracast
WiFi: Dual-band 2.4/5GHz, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth: BT 4.0 BLE (Low power consumption)
Power Consumption: 35-55W
Power Input: AC100-240V, 50/60Hz
Product Dimension: 138*135*119 mm / 5.43*5.31*4.69 inches
Product Weight: 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs
XGIMI designs and manufactures high-performance multi-functional projectors. A pioneer in the home projector market, XGIMI is ranked number one in China. The company’s mission is to create and build the most advanced projectors at an affordable price, so that every family can enjoy the home cinema experience. For more information visit XGIMI’s website at http://www.xgimi.com/.
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