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XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro: Portable Powerhouse

The XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro retail sample was sent to us in exchange for our honest opinion and review, with no expectation or guidance on the content. I’d like to extend a special thanks to Zoe Tong for reaching out and making this review possible.


Here’s the thing: I knew absolutely nothing about XGIMI and very little about portable projectors until a few weeks ago. But within a day of unpacking the impressively presented MoGo 2 Pro, I feel as if I’d been using these projectors for years. 

Chengdu-based XGIMI (pronounced X-Jimmy) was founded in 2013 and has since become one of the world’s leading brands in the portable projector market. One of XGIMI’s notable product lines is their portable projectors, designed to be compact and lightweight, making them easy to carry and set up in different environments. 

The MoGo range represents the mid-market segment of portable projectors, with the new MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro featuring several important advancements over their well-received predecessors, MoGo Pro and Mogo Pro+. 

As an avid AV enthusiast, I’ve been enjoying high-definition images on large LED screens and true surround sound entertainment systems for years, so despite my inexperience with projectors, my expectations for what this seemingly ‘basic’ product could do were admittedly low. It’s fair to say that I’ve been left stunned by the quality on display – and not just the picture, the whole package.

It’s no spoiler, therefore, to say that XGIMI’s MoGo 2 Pro has thrown me for a loop, so if you’re anything like me, with a keen interest in all-things AV, keep reading to find out why.

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Guy Lerner

Guy Lerner

An avid photographer and writer 'in real life', Guy's passion for music and technology created the perfect storm for his love of portable audio. When he's not playing with the latest and greatest head-fi gear, he prefers to spend time away from the hobby with his two (almost) grown kids and wife in the breathtaking city of Cape Town, and traveling around his native South Africa.


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