ViewSonic introduces the LX700-4K, a new laser projector for home cinema and gaming enthusiasts. Boasting 3,500 ANSI lumens brightness and HDR support, this projector offers an impressive refresh rate of up to 240 Hz.
The ViewSonic LX700-4K laser projector caters to home theater and gaming experiences, leveraging third-generation laser phosphor technology. Its laser light source delivers a brightness of 3,500 ANSI lumens, promising a service life of up to 30,000 hours. While its resolution stands at 4K UHD, it’s important to note it’s not native, employing a 0.65-inch strain gauge chip from Texas Instruments.
The SuperColor technology, according to the manufacturer, ensures vivid and realistic color reproduction with an expansive color gamut. It boasts a dynamic contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 and supports HDR/HLG.
Offering a projection size of up to 300 inches, the projector can be placed between one and seven meters from the screen. Image alignment benefits from V-lens shift (+15% /-0%), a 1.36x optical zoom, H/V-Keystone (+/- 30 degrees), and a 4-corner adjustment.
What sets the ViewSonic LX700-4K apart for gamers is its tailored development for Xbox (‘Designed for Xbox’), supporting exclusive resolution and refresh rate combinations. It flaunts a maximum refresh rate of 240 Hz and an input lag of 4.2 ms.
Connectivity features include two HDMI inputs, one HDMI output with an eARC, and a USB-A port with a charging function. The new laser projector for home cinema and gaming can power compatible streaming devices like Chromecast, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku without a separate adapter. It also integrates a 15 W speaker.
ViewSonic LX700-4K price and availability
The LX700-4K laser projector designed for home cinema and gaming is available on Amazon.co.uk for £1,665.26.
Optoma has also unveiled its latest 4K laser home theater projector, the UHZ66, offering a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels (4K UltraHD), 4,000 lumens brightness, and a contrast ratio of 500,000:1. It is priced at $2,999 / £2,327.98.