The display improved again and again in good use of games

Xgimi Halo actually performed well in the tests. But now the display has been reviewed again. Thanks to the small stand, projecting onto walls, ceilings or screens is easier, as was the case with our colleague’s test Poppy Seed Tim show up.

While previous tests focused mainly on Android integration and brightness quality features, positive software development and good integration in daily life, the system now has to prove itself in the gaming environment. Because using games is of course really fun when you can cast the picture on a big screen.


  • Game Mode to reduce input lag
  • Reliable Bluetooth connection eg (XBOX One S) controllers
  • Android TV 9, for example, enables ScummVM directly on the projector
  • New revision with kickstand makes projection easier
  • 2 x 5W speakers are enough for many occasions
  • ExFat support
  • Games make Halo a real party eye-catcher
  • Individually adjustable color profiles
  • Quiet operation
  • Chromecast and Google Assistant
  • Simple 4-angle keystone correction
  • Facebook support is very good
  • Very good bluetooth remote control with google assistant microphone
  • It receives Android updates (like the new interface) regardless of manufacturer updates


  • Should skip current firmware update 2.4.51 (update can be reversed)
  • There is no lens cap for transport
  • USB 2.0 port “only”
  • Netflix only via XTV Manager
  • An update to Android TV 11 is unlikely


  • Battery life depends heavily on WiFi usage and brightness

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Tess Larson

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