Hi Guys, what’s up, this is Jack. Here is the Light Mi weekly update.
1.Our IT dept. have polished the UI of our USB computer backlight. Here is how it looks? Any suggestions that we can polish it further?
2.Our photographer took a random video clip while using the light mi neo tv backlight for movie watching. How do you think about it?
3.According to our product manager, our HDMI 2.0 version sync box will be released probably at the beginning of November.
I'd suggest you guys build a public API so we could integrate it with other software like Home Assistant. When is this going to be available? Can we join the beta program?
Dolby vision , would be low profile?
Hi Lytmi, what about hdmi 2.1 and 120hz ?
Just to add to Jack’s post, you can also use a splitter if you are using the Neo 2.0 and have a TV that can do 4K@120Hz as the Neo 2.0 which is fantastic is limited to 4K@60Hz but not that many people have the hardware (mainly due to it being relatively new and also due to the microchip shortage which is delaying production of lots of items including the new consoles like the PS5 and also PC components like GPU’s such as the Nvidia 3080 which is still sold out all the time and overpriced on eBay etc.
I’m sure I read that Jack said HDMI 2.1 might be happening in a future revision. This would mean that a splitter would not be needed for 4K@120Hz. Don’t start to think that Lytmi have not released the Neo 2.0 with HDMI 2.1 so they can make customers pay again for a new box. 120Hz on living/sitting room TV’s (not PC monitors) is new tech and lots of products will be doing the same.
To be honest I find it hard sometimes to tell the difference between 60 and 120 Hz anyhow. It also only really applies to gaming anyhow and not all computers or consoles can hit 120Hz @ 4K especially when the GFX options are turned to high or features such as Ray-Tracing is turned on.
I just purchased this product will I have to purchase another box to get the update?
1. It depends on the size of tv, some 60, some 48 led. 2. The answer is definitely positive.
How many leds per meter have the light strips?
The latency will be improved with the hdmi 2.0b version?
Brilliant. I can’t wait as this will allow me to complete my new TV set up. I bought the current version barely a month ago and was so impressed. Keep up the great work.
1. The UI seems fine and clear from here but maybe it will be a good idea to show us in video.
2. The video is fine but you should avoid any other lights coming from other sources than the Light-Mi box because it can be confusing.
3. You specify HDMI 2.0 but what about HDMI 2.1? Nevertheless, it's a very good news!