Xgimi claims the MoGo Pro+ provides a more colourful, brighter and sharper image than 150 or 200 ANSI lumen portable projectors on the market – but then it is rated at 300 ANSI lumens.
Features include image sizes from 76cm to 254cm (and possibly larger), autofocus, auto keystone adjustment (up to 40 degrees), a 3W Harman-Kardon audio system (usable as a Bluetooth speaker), a 30,000 hour LED light source, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and 16GB of storage (apparently enough for up to 10 movies).
The internal battery is said to be good for two to four hours of video playback, or eight hours of music.
The MoGo Pro+ has an HDMI interface for connecting game consoles, blu-ray players, computers and so on, and a USB port for playing content from storage devices.
Being based on Android TV, it supports Google Assistant for voice control, Google Play Store for apps and games, and Chromecast-compatible devices.
The $999 MoGo Pro+ is available for purchase online and at selected Huawei retail stores in Sydney.
The projector's carry case is a $50 optional extra.