NexiGo Aurora PJ90 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector

With its distinctive cylindrical-shaped soundbar speaker enclosure, the NexiGo Aurora PJ90 4K single laser ultra short throw projector [manufacturer’s link] [available at Amazon] looks strikingly similar to the ultra-compact form factor and dimensions of the ViewSonic X2000B-4K. It utilizes the Texas Instruments 0.47″ DMD DLP chip, it’s 3D-capable with optional active shutter 3D glasses and a source for 3D content, and it runs on the Android 9.0 operating system. 

The PJ90 UST projector can produce 121% of the Rec.709 color gamut and 85% of DCI-P3. MEMC (Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation) frame interpolation technology ensures that fast-moving content is smooth and clear with minimal blurring. Dolby Audio with dual 15-watt woofers and dual 15-watt tweeters. The latest firmware updates can be downloaded via your NexiGo Aurora’s Internet connection.

80″ to 150″ diagonal image size. For a 100″ diagonal image/screen, the back of the NexiGo Aurora UST projector will need to be located about 9.5 inches away from the wall/screen surface, and the bottom border of the projected image will be about 13.8 inches above the horizontal surface where the projector sits. Therefore, the stand, cabinet, or table that supports the projector will need to extend out to about 22.5 inches from the wall.

25000 hour laser life. 2500 ANSI lumens. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Includes IR/Bluetooth remote control. HDR10. 8-point keystone correction and electric focus. Connectivity includes two HDMI 2.0 (HDMI 2 has ARC), 2 USB (one on right side), Ethernet, 3.5mm composite AV input, and 3.5mm audio output — no optical audio output. Projector dimensions are 17.76″ wide, 13.05″ deep, 3.92″ high, and it weighs 15.1 pounds.

How to Buy You can purchase your NexiGo Aurora PJ90 4K ultra short throw projector online at or directly from NexiGo