At the Xiaomi 12 Series Launch Conference on December 28th, Xiaomi unveiled a new portable wireless projection device called the Xiaomi Paipai Wireless Projector. It has Xiaomi’s minimalist design style and compact build that fits easily in your pocket.
Xiaomi Paipai is designed to simplify the complex task of presenting presentations in an office or other setting. Users can simply plug Xiaomi Paipai into their notebook. The portable device also has its own Wi-Fi module, which allows the transmitter and receiver to automatically form a local area network (LAN).
Xiaomi claims that the Paipai wireless screen projector not only integrates with the built-in enterprise level processing chip network modules but also has codec functions. Users do not need to install drivers, just plug in and play.
Additionally, it is equipped with a 4K codec chip that supports low compression decoding, ultra-high-definition input, low image and audio synchronization, and smooth operation. It equally supports the 5G frequency band transmission protocol, and is designed to ensure stable and reliable long-term screen projection without freezing, delay or flicker.
The transmitter adopts a more advanced Type-C interface, integrated DP high-definition output, and PD charging function. This ensures a stable transmission of high quality content while reducing the burden of plugging multiple devices when a new presenter has to project his screen. The same receiving end can be connected to multiple transmitters, while others do not need to be plugged in and out of the device for screen projection.
In terms of performance, the Xiaomi Paipai Wireless Projector supports 4K 30 frames, high-definition image quality, and ultra-low latency, but Xiaomi has not announced specific latency data.
Price and Availability
In terms of price, the Xiaomi Paipai Wireless Projector is priced at 499 Yuan ($ 78). It is not yet clear whether Xiaomi plans to sell the device globally.