ViewSonic has announced the PX747-4K projector, a DLP equipped with the new Texas Instruments DLP470TE chip, a single 0.47-inch DMD structures with a high pixel arrangement, so ViewSonic DLP projectors could produce smooth, clean images.
ViewSonic PX747-4K offers 4X the clarity of Full HD. With 8.3 million pixels being projected onto your screen via XPR technology. It packs a DLP660TE chip with 2716 x 1528 micro-mirrors that we find on many DLP Ultra HD projectors. You can also take advantage of the very high switching speed of DLP technology to recreate more pixels. DLP660TE recreates the double, DLP470TE the quadruple.
PX747-4K has a compact size: the dimensions are 332 x 261 x 135 mm. The brightness stands at 3,500 ANSI lumens. The projector uses a 240W UHP lamp and offers a declared contrast ratio of 12,000:1. The firing ratio is 1.47 – 1.76:1 with a 1.2x zoom. The noise level during operation reaches 27dB while the lamp life is between 4,000 and 5,000 hours.
The ViewSonic Ultra HD projector is compatible with HDR sources made in HDR10 format. Available ports include two HDMI 2.0 inputs with HDCP 2.2, A combined VGA / Component input, an input and audio output on 3.5 mm jack, a USB port, and an RS232 port. There is also a 10W speaker.
ViewSonic PX747-4K is available for purchase in Europe at a price tag of EUR 1,199 approximately $1474.