NexiGo PJ92 Aurora Pro Triple-Laser 4K UST Projector

After launching and ultimately suspending their KICKSTARTER campaign, the highly-anticipated $2999.99 NexiGo PJ92 Aurora Pro triple-laser 4K ultra short throw projector [manufacturer’s link] [available at Amazon] represents a significant upgrade from their previous single-laser Aurora model, the PJ90.

Cosmetically, instead of the more compact cylindrical-shaped soundbar speaker enclosure look of the previous PJ90, the new PJ92 Aurora Pro is larger and heavier, and bears a slight physical resemblance to AWOL Vision’s UST projectors. Obviously, larger size and mass are required for a triple-laser engine compared to single-laser. Dimensions of the Aurora Pro are listed as 21.5″ wide, 4.8″ high, 16″ deep, and weight of 22 pounds.

Hardcore console gamers will be grateful for the Aurora PJ92’s three HDMI 2.1 inputs which support 4K/120Hz (even though its refresh rate is still 60Hz), and latency as low as 12ms. Movie and television show lovers will appreciate Dolby Vision, and perhaps that it’s 3D-ready. Home theater enthusiasts and audiophiles require Dolby Atmos support and eARC.

Utilizing its 2400 peak lumens of brightness, with the Texas Instruments 0.47″ DMD DLP chip and ALPD 4.0 RGB+ technology, the NexiGo PJ92 Aurora Pro 4K UST projector can produce anywhere from an 80″ to 150″ diagonal image/screen size, with the back of the projector located anywhere from about 4″ to 17.3″ from the plane of the projection surface.

Dolby Vision is a dynamic format of HDR that will provide ultravivid colors, sharper contrast, and richer details. 107% of the BT.2020 color space means over one billion colors are possible. MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) frame interpolation technology ensures that fast-moving content is smooth and clear with minimal blur. 3D-ready with optional active shutter DLP Link 3D glasses and a 3D-capable source such as 3D Blu-ray.

The integrated 60-watt audio system features dual 15-watt woofers and dual 15-watt tweeters. The PJ92 Aurora Pro supports Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD passthrough and features HDMI eARC for simple connection to an external soundbar or surround sound audio system.

25,000 hour lamp life. 3000:1 native contrast ratio. HDR10 and HLG. Two adjustable feet. 4/8-point keystone correction. Fan noise as low as 26dB. Four screw holes on bottom allow upside-down suspension from ceiling using optional mounting hardware (you’ll need to go with either a fixed-frame ALR screen mounted upside down on the wall, or one of the VIVIDSTORM PRO A motorized drop-down ALR screens with rotated screen material). Android operating system. Screen mirroring makes it easy to share content from your phone and other devices wirelessly. Backlit remote control with Air Mouse motion control capability (batteries included). Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2. Connectivity includes three HDMI 2.1 inputs, eARC, three USB-A 2.0 (one on left side), LAN/Ethernet, S/PDIF optical audio output, and 3.5mm analog audio output. One-year limited manufacturer’s warranty. see [NexiGo Aurora Pro Ultra Short Throw Laser Projector User Instructions – Episode 1] and [NexiGo Aurora Pro: Setup Instructions – Episode 2] and [NexiGo Aurora Pro: Setup Instructions – Episode 3, Dynamic Black, OOTB Accuracy YouTube video]

Where To Buy You can purchase your NexiGo PJ92 Aurora Pro triple-laser 4K ultra short throw projector directly from NexiGo or at While they last, you can also buy it renewed/refurbished at

OPTIONAL/BUNDLE-ABLE NexiGo Fresnel Ambient Light Rejecting Screens

The NexiGo ALR-F100 100″ diagonal Fresnel wall-mount fixed-frame ALR projection screen [manufacturer’s link] [available at Amazon] [with PJ92 Aurora Pro] [plus 3D glasses] [plus AS200 sliding tray] or [AS400 lifting slider] resists 85% of ambient light from overhead and both sides of the screen, features 1.5 peak gain, and has a wide 150° viewing angle. Ultra-narrow frame bezel width of 0.35″. Assembled dimensions are 88.2″ wide, 50″ high, 1.02″ deep, and it weighs 26.5 pounds. see [NexiGo Fresnel ALR 100-Inch Screen for Ultra Short Throw Projectors Build Tutorial YouTube video] Their larger ALR-F120 120″ diagonal Fresnel ALR projection screen [manufacturer’s link] [available at Amazon] [with PJ92 Aurora Pro] [plus 3D glasses] [plus AS200 sliding tray] or [AS400 lifting slider] lists a slightly lower 1.3 peak gain. Frame bezel width is listed as 0.33″. Assembled dimensions are 105.6″ wide, 59.8″ high, 1.45″ deep, and it weighs 39.7 pounds. Screen must be properly assembled, aligned with UST projector’s image, and permanently mounted on the wall.