JMGO’s N1 series is one of the brand’s flagship products, and recently, they’ve introduced the JMGO N1 Air High Brightness Version. So, what are the differences between the high brightness version and the regular version?

Here’s a quick rundown of the differences between the JMGO N1 Air High Brightness Version and the regular version:

  1. Brightness: The JMGO N1 Air High Brightness Version features a new generation optical machine, with brightness levels increased from 700CVIA in the regular version to 850CVIA lumens. Additionally, it introduces the “Adaptive Contrast” feature, enhancing the clarity and brightness of the viewing experience.
  2. Memory: The JMGO N1 Air High Brightness Version adopts the more advanced zRAM compression technology, increasing the memory space from 2GB in the regular version to 3GB. This results in smoother system operation, reducing the likelihood of lag or slowdowns over extended use.

Apart from these two key differences, the other parameters and configurations remain the same for both projectors. They both feature a 0.23” DMD display chip, support 1080P resolution, 110% BT.2020 ultra-wide color gamut, and 1300:1 high contrast ratio. They also come with MEMC motion compensation function, built-in 370CC large sound chamber, and dual-side speakers capable of Dolby and DTS audio decoding. Both projectors run on the BONFIRE OS smart operating system, offering four main operation spaces and supporting near-field voice commands.

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