ViewSonic Launches Gaming Projectors for Immersive, Big-Screen Experiences

by July 11, 2018 0 comments

ViewSonic Corp announces two new Full HD projectors for big-screen entertainment at home. Developed with reduced input latency and native 1080p resolution, ViewSonic PX700HD deliver smooth image quality for big-screen gaming and entertainment.

“Our customers, especially gamers, have been asking for a gaming-specific projector, so we put in time and effort to create one that meets their demands with 16ms response time, a short throw lens and high brightness level so gamers can play their favorite games on a super large screen,” said- Mr. Eric Wei , Sr. Sales Director, Asia Pacific. “The PX700HD projectors are built with features that deliver amazing image quality for those that are more budget conscious.”

PX700HD Home Entertainment Projector

Ideal for big-screen home entertainment, the ViewSonic PX700HD projector features 3500 lumens of brightness and Full HD 1080p native resolution all housed in a user-friendly design and sleek chassis.

With ViewSonic’s exclusive SuperColor technology, this projector offers a wide colour gamut for intense images in nearly any environment. The PX700HD features a low input latency that delivers faster frame-by-frame action, and a Sports Mode feature offers stunning detail for fast-action content on a big screen.

The PX700HD comes with extensive connectivity options, including HDMI inputs and USB A port. Wireless HDMI dongles can be used while being powered by a USB cable, making the PX700HD a versatile home entertainment solution. Full HD 3D compatibility allows users to enjoy 3D movies and games, while an energy-saving SuperEco function reduces power consumption and can extend the lamp life up to 15,000 hours.

Model Estimated Street Price Availability
PX700HD 85,000/- 16th July onwards

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