The all-in-one concept of the Mogo is impressive and the switch to a Full HD DLP chip in this Pro version clearly brings a significant gain in definition. This picoprojector is very pleasant to use on a daily basis with its microphone remote control, its applications for enjoying most of the VOD and SVOD content and its built-in battery which allows it to be used for a few hours away from a socket. All is not perfect since the colorimetry and the contrast remain behind compared to a conventional projector, but the overall experience is very satisfactory.
Please note, these offers are exclusively reserved for Amazon Prime members. But the retail giant is giving potential buyers the option of a 30-day free trial, usable during the two-day Prime Day, for those who have never taken advantage of it.
- Appreciable Full HD definition
- Integrated Android TV and Google Assistant
- Native access to French streaming applications (MyCanal, Molotov, RMC, MyTF1, OCS, etc.)
- Automatic camera focus and keystone correction
- Remote control with microphone
- Autonomous (integrated battery)
What might hold you back
- Limited contrast
- Low light
- Cannot install Netflix natively
- No backlight on the remote control
The XGIMI H2 Smart is a very good alternative for those looking for a brighter and more home-cinema oriented model. It has everything to make an excellent video projector, but it suffers from a perfectible factory calibration and a version of Android that requires some knowledge to take full advantage of the capabilities of the H2. The Xgimi H2 Global Version remains a very good all-round projector which also benefits from a promotion during Prime Days since it is sold only 750 € (using the coupon), against € 999 usually.