ViewSonic has confirmed US pricing and a launch window for the X2-4K. It’s Designed for an Xbox projector. The ViewSonic X2-4K can create as many as 120-inch projections with 2,900 Lumens peak brightness, giving 4.2 ms enter lag.
ViewSonic X2-4K projector
ViewSonic has confirmed US launch pricing for the ViewSonic X2-4K, one among two projectors that the corporate debuted earlier this 12 months. To recap, the X2-4K arrived in March alongside the X1-4K. In brief, the X1-4K and X2-4K share lots of similar options, though the latter will get brighter than the previous. The X2-4K peaks at 2,900 Lumens and may create 60-inch to 120-inch projections when positioned between 0.92-2.2 metres away from a wall or projector display screen.
The X2-4K additionally carries a ‘Designed for Xbox’ designation, which ViewSonic asserts permits it to supply the ‘final gaming expertise’. The inclusion of HDMI 2.0 ports suggests in any other case, although, and limits the X2-4K to 60 Hz gaming at 4K. Alternatively, the X2-4K can drop to 1440p/144 Hz and 1080p/240 Hz with 4.2 ms enter latency. Sadly, the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Collection consoles peak at 120 Hz, even at decreased resolutions.
Initially, ViewSonic launched each project within the UK and indicated that they might be obtainable in different markets in Q2 2023. Now, ViewSonic has outlined that the X2-4K will miss its unique estimate, as will the X1-4K by extension. ViewSonic now hopes to supply the X2-4K within the US from July 2023 for US$1,599 as a substitute. The corporate has not discussed a US launch window for the X1-4K for some reason. Please see ViewSonic’s website for extra particulars.