Xgimi Halo Plus Review – 1080P Portable Projector

A Not So Ordinary Projector

Written by AudioGuru Staff | Updated November 16, 2022
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Xgimi Halo Plus Review – 1080P Portable Projector

The Xgimi Halo Plus is not the ordinary cheap, subpar, single-projector portable device. Surprisingly effective graphics are combined with a sleek, unobtrusive style. This tiny beauty offers decent contrast handling, fairly accurate colour, and Android TV streaming. Even a battery with a 2.5-hour playback time is available. However, it is a bit pricey and easily outperformed big projectors like the BenQ HT2050A that don’t have a battery. Therefore, if you don’t need to watch wifi movies, Halo Plus may provide a better image or cost less.

The Halo Plus offers a better and brighter image than many competing projectors if you’re looking for wireless entertainment. When compared to many other portable projectors we’ve used, Android TV is more simpler to use thanks to its built-in interface’s simplicity and abundance of streaming possibilities. The cost of performance and convenience of use, however, is extremely high.

Our Verdict


The XGIMI Halo+, built on the base of already excellent technology, offers the same outstanding audio and visual performance as its predecessor. The Halo+ has improved this time around, especially in terms of indoor quality, having fixed previous problems.


  • Bright for the category
  • Small size
  • Built-in battery


  • A bit expensive
  • Color is only OK
  • Some weird ergonomics

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  • This projector has really impressive video quality. Thanks to HDR10 support, it has Full High Definition picture resolution with vibrant colours.
  • The projector has Google Chromecast integrated in, allowing you to cast streaming apps, images, and video from your smartphone.
  • You may ask Google Assistant to quickly find free movies starring a favourite actor or director, and it will bring up all of your options from the downloaded streaming applications.
  • The Halo+ functions more like a portable TV and is best used in dimly lit spaces or at dusk outside. During my testing, I was projecting a 120- to 130-inch screen.

What’s in the box?

Power Plug, Warranty Card, Manual and Bluetooth Remote Control

Price and Availability

Price and Availability

The Xgimi Halo Plus is available for just under ₹99,999. You can get more detailed information about the Halo Plus current price and availability by consulting us.



The Halo Plus is roughly three and a half pounds in weight and six and a half inches tall. Although the projector’s case looks metallic, it is made of hard plastic and feels incredibly well-made in the hand. The Halo+ initially resembles its predecessor, the XGIMI Halo, nearly exactly. However, Halo+ has an additional keystone correction sensor at the projector’s base.

The Halo Plus can be placed on a table or any other flat surface. It has a pedestal with hinges that allows you to tilt up the projector’s front. On the base is a standard tripod fitting. Gaming consoles and streaming TV devices can connect to the back’s HDMI port. To connect a thumb drive or external hard disc, there is a USB port.

Picture Quality

Sound Quality

The experience is pain-free because of functions like auto focus, obstacle avoidance, and automatic keystone adjustment. Almost every time I set up the projector in a space, it could change the picture’s size, orientation, and angles with the simple push of a button. The image will adjust itself if you are in a space where it might project over a stand holding flowers, speakers, books, or whatever else. This prevents a few inches of the projected image from being distorted or shattered. It may shift to a smaller image, but it won’t be twisted or skewed.

When playing video games with tense situations or during calm movie periods, I found the XGIMI Halo+ to be especially quiet. The speakers themselves, however, are excellent and produce a considerably louder sound than I had anticipated.

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Brand : Xgimi
Model : Halo Plus
Brightness : 900 ANSI Lumens
Resolution : 1920×1080
Aspect Ratio : 16:9 (HD)
Dimensions : 6.75″ x 5.71″ x 4.47″ (HxWxD)
Weight : 1.6kg

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Based on my recent testing of portable projectors, I believe the XGIMI Halo Plus is a solid option if you’re looking for a high-quality portable projector. Given that the projector costs as much as a mid-range television, it is unquestionably an investment. When compared to a regular HD image on other portable projectors I’ve tried, HDR10 makes a discernible improvement.

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    Solid product for most things

    By Suyog 

    Overall Experience:

    I tried several portable projectors before finishing my choice on this one. The brightness is powerful even with daylight and the color quality is very good. For the price range it is clearly the best. I tried several Nebula, Viewsonic etc… and decided to keep this one. Also, the automatic adjustment is very impressive. Finally, the game mode for gamers is very good in boost mode. I recommend!


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