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XGIMI CC Aurora HD wireless theater system with JBL sound hits Indiegogo

Aurora HD

Projectors are becoming popular for entertainment and media consumption. The problem with many projectors is that they’re big and have weak sound. The XGIMI CC Aurora HD wireless theater system aims to fix that. Or at least they hope. The Aurora HD is supposed to combine JBL audio and 720HD video into an immersive experience for the user. Here’s just some of the features and things this projector is offering up:

  • Square pixels and 720p resolution
  • Watch Netflix, HBO, Youtube etc. with JBL audio
  • 180-inch screen with 350 ANSI lumens
  • Wi-Fi, Airplay, Miracast, HDMI etc.
  • Autofocus and keystone correction (vertical & horizontal)

XGIMI CC Aurora’s chic and portable design gives you a no-limit theatre experience that you can indulge it anywhere anytime. And it’s ultra lightweight with 3.3 lbs (1.5kg). With HD images on screens up to 180-inch and 720p high resolution; you can lie in bed and let the TV shows and movies projected by CC Aurora to fill in your ceiling. Whether you use it for camping, playing YouTube videos, or business presentation, with 350 ANSI lumens, XGIMI CC Aurora lets you project it anywhere, anytime.

While you are not watching a movie, CC Aurora can also use as a Bluetooth speaker that provides promising JBL audio performance. CC Aurora delivers square pixels as a rectangle of bytes instead of the regular (diamond) pixels; such display ratio presents you ultra clear and vivid image, a high-end quality beyond its price. Higher lumen output allows you to have a clear projection with detail. With 350 ANSI lumens, you can still have a clear picture even when there is ambient light present. CC Aurora features the greatest brightness rate amongst other portable wireless projectors.

Aurora HD starts at a Super Early Bird price of $389USD. The expected MSRP on this is $569USD so there are some savings to be had. Hit the link below to support the Indiegogo.

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