The projector has also use as a standalone speaker by enabling seamless connection to an audio source via Bluetooth.
Additionally, Mi smart Projector 2 has Omni-directional keystone correction. Which automatically aligns the screen dimensions to form a perfect rectangle on the wall from any directions within 40 degrees, without any distortion or break.
Furthermore, the ToF sensor and camera focus capabilities lets you focus in as little as 2 seconds.
Besides most other smart projectors, the Mi Smart Projector 2 runs on top of Android TV. It’s certified for use by Google, so the Google Play Store and other apps should work just as they do on other Android TV device
It has a featured like Google Assistant that also lets you control connected smart devices from each other.
Mi Smart Projector 2 Pro will be available for €999 (with early pricing set at €899), which convert to about $1,177 in the United States or ₹85,554 in India.
That’s definitely on the expensive side. But there isn’t much competition in this space most other smart projectors offer much lower brightness. While many others aren’t officially Android TV certified.
However, the $799 Xgimi Halo with Android TV 9 comes close with its 800 ANSI lumen lamp.