back to top

N1S Ultra: Powerful DLP Projector with Built-in Gimbal

Are you in search of a portable Direct Light Processing (DLP) projector? Look no further, JMGO’s latest offering, the N1S Ultra, might be the perfect fit. Its unique feature is the built-in gimbal that ensures a hassle-free setup and flexible positioning.

Brightness and Compatibility

This brand-new projector shines with 3,000 ANSI lumens, matching many top-tier 4K projectors, making it perfect for viewing in the dark. This is a stark contrast to Samsung’s The Freestyle 2nd Gen and the LG CineBeam Q, which max out at 230 and 500 lumens, respectively.

The N1S Ultra, an upgraded version of the N1 Ultra, offers high resolution, excellent color reproduction, and broad compatibility. It’s set to hit the market in late June 2024, with a price tag of £1,895 / €2,157 (approximately $2,341).

JMGO N1S Ultra

What to Expect from the N1S Ultra Projector

According to, the specifications are quite impressive. Here’s a quick overview:

Contrast Ratio1,600:1
BT.2020 Color Space Coverage110%
DeltaE DeviationLess than one
Projection Ratio1.2:1
Weight4.5kg (9.9lbs)

The three-laser setup ensures accurate color display. Despite its weight, it’s quite portable.

Audio and Connectivity

The N1S Ultra supports both DTS and Dolby Audio, delivered through dual 10-watt speakers. While they may not compete with your local theater, they’re adequate for smaller spaces. It includes JMGO’s N1S Ultra projector with a built-in gimbal for hassle-free setup. 3,000 ANSI lumens, 4K resolution, and Dolby two HDMI 2.0 ports (one with eARC) and USB. It operates on Wi-Fi 6 and Google TV.


The N1S Ultra is set to launch in Germany in late June, but its availability in other regions is still unknown. It was briefly listed on Aliexpress, but that listing has been removed. The Amazon Australia listing, which quoted a price of AU$3,099, is currently unavailable.

While JMGO may not yet be featured among the best portable projectors, where brands like Epson, BenQ, and JVC reign, the N1S Ultra could be a compelling addition to your home theater if priced right.

More like this