The PX747-4K and PX727-4K projectors deliver a high resolution 150inch big screen experience to your home environment for just under £1199
London, UK – ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, introduces the PX747-4K and PX727-4K projectors to its line of award-winning home projectors at an affordable price. It offers 3500 ANSI Lumens and 2200 ANSI Lumens respectively, allowing users to enjoy a 150inch big screen 4K UHD experience at home for under £1199, making it the most affordable 4K UHD home projector in the market.
Adams Lee, President of ViewSonic EMEA & Asia Pacific Regions explains, “In recent years, we are seeing more and more 4K UHD contents being produced such as 4K UHD Blu-Ray DVDs, 4K UHD Console games and a growing market of online streaming platforms. The launch of our new 4K UHD projectors has been designed to fulfil the increasing demand of users who want to make their movie night more special on a big screen. Our customers will be able to choose the perfect model to suit their living room lighting at a very affordable price, giving them an excellent opportunity to upgrade their home entertainment experience.”
ViewSonic 4K UHD projectors utilises the latest XPR technology to display a stunning 8.3 million pixels onto your screen, meeting Consumer Technology Association (CTA) standards for 4K UHD certification. With 4K UHD resolution, the most noticeable benefits are the enhanced clarity and increased detail from the 4x resolution of a full HD. The addition of HDR and Rec. 2020 compatibility allows further enhancements to colour and contrast to produce true-to-life pictures.
For entertainment spaces with high ambient lighting, the PX747-4K comes equipped with 3500 ANSI Lumens that delivers a clear, detailed image even in daylight. The projector’s 4K UHD high resolution quality stands out when enjoying movies, sports, and playing games on a big screen.
The PX727-4K projector is the 2200 ANSI Lumens version and has been specifically designed for use in living room cinemas. Colour production on this projector is powered by an RGBRGB color wheel and achieves 96% coverage of the Rec.709 color space; the standard colour space for cinematic content.
Both projectors come with dual HDMI ports and HDCP2.2 support, meaning that the latest 4K UHD content can be enjoyed on home entertainment devices such as 4K Blu-ray players and PS4 Pros. Dongles such as Google Chromecast and other TV sticks can be connected directly through the projectors’ USB ports for streaming media content directly to the big screen and also acts as a power supply for wireless devices, eliminates the need for any external power connection.
All ViewSonic 4K projectors come with a backlit remote control for convenient projector operation, especially in darker environments. Lamp life on these projectors is rated at a lengthy 15,000 hours on average while in SuperEco Mode, meaning that even the most frequent users will be able to enjoy entertainment for years to come before any lamp maintenance.
To take the movie theatre experience one step further, ViewSonic has incorporated Academy Award®-winning TI DLP® DMD display technology, which is the same technology used in 90% of the world’s movie theaters for digital projection, ensuring that the PX727-4K and PX747-4K produce accurate, and long lasting colour with high native contrast ratios.
PX727-4K will be available Feb. 2018 at an estimated retail price of £1199.
PX747-4K will be available Mar. 2018 at an estimated retail price of £1199.
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Founded in California in 1987 and celebrating its 30th anniversary, ViewSonic is a leading global provider of visual solution products. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a portfolio of professional level visual solutions that enhance the way we compute, collaborate, communicate and connect. Our products include LED monitors, interactive commercial displays, touch displays, projectors, thin client, zero client and smart displays. To find out more about ViewSonic, visit www.viewsonic.com