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Philips Projection upgrades Neopix projectors

by on10 November 2020

Gives them premium features

Philips Projection is upgrading the NeoPix Easy, Prime and Ultra with the Easy 2+, Prime 2 and Ultra 2 by bringing the PicoPix Collection’s premium features to its NeoPix collection.

The new gear runs on the smart Philips OS with pre-loaded apps, and has Wi-Fi Dual Band for maximum speed, Bluetooth, a new light engine delivering better colour and contrast, upgraded resolution up to True Full HD and a new AirMote control for better navigation.

The NeoPix Prime 2 and Ultra 2 get smart image correction, including a 4-corner correction to place it wherever you want in the room, digital zoom, and projector settings appearing on the top of every content. The Philips OS will constantly evolve, adding brand new features and extra apps via Wi-Fi.

The Prime 2 gets the Philips OS with built-in apps, new speakers and fan, and an updated AirMote for the same price as the 2019 Prime. The Ultra 2 gets smaller, smarter and projects True Full HD 1080p images for only 329USD/EUROS.

The Easy 2+ stays our most affordable projector and gets double brightness with 720p resolution.  This means a comfortable True HD 720p image and project all your content up to 65” thanks to the wide range of connectivity (HDMI, USB, MicroSD).

With the built-in media player you just connect your USB stick or hard drive to play movies, images, and music. The NeoPix Easy 2+ uses electronic keystone correction technology resulting in a 16:9 image, even at an angle or in variable environments. You can plug in your external speakers for louder sound.

NeoPix Prime 2 and Ultra 2 are designed for gaming or “movies” from the bedroom. To 720p HD (Prime 2) and True Full HD with the Ultra 2.  The projectors deliver convenient entertainment in nearly any room, with a lamp free light engine optimized to last more than 30,000 hours. The built-in smart Philips OS and Dual Band Wi-Fi connectivity lets you stream and binge from your favourite content providers like YouTube (more apps will be pushed via FOTA) or play videos, pictures and music directly from USB Sticks.

Philips says you can stream multimedia content from your mobile devices via Wi-Fi screen mirroring. The keystone, 4-corner correction and digital zoom corrections help eliminate crooked and distorted images for a perfectly proportioned picture even when the device is not straight in front of the wall, so place it wherever you wish.

The NeoPix Prime 2 will be priced at 199USD/EUROS and the NeoPix Ultra 2 at 329USD/EUROS. 

Last modified on 10 November 2020
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