ViewSonic K701-4K and ViewSonic Q30 are both newly released models by ViewSonic. This comparison will review the two projector to see which one is better.
ViewSonic Q30 combines 4K ultra-high-definition resolution and HDR/HLG technology with advanced The perfect combination of third-generation LED technology. A contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 produces brighter whites and deeper blacks. The built-in 16W JBL’s custom-made speakers and colors covering 125% Rec.709 color gamut, lifelike colors and excellent sound quality will not let you down.
As a projector with DLP technology, ViewSonic Q30 is equipped with a 0.47-inch true 4K UHD DMD chip. With instant autofocus, H/V keystone and four-corner adjustment functions, screen adjustment is easier and more convenient; With a short-throw throw ratio of 0.8 :1, a 100-inch screen can be projected at a distance of 1.77 meters.
The K701-4K houses brightness up to 3700 ANSI lumens, and the contrast ratio has been increased to 25,000 :1, ViewSonic K701-4K has a throw ratio of 1.13-1.47 and a 1.3x optical zoom lens. It supports dual-band WiFi and wireless Bluetooth.
It is capable of presenting users with rich picture details and accurate colors. The 3700A NSI lumen ensures that the picture is bright and clear enough, even under strong ambient light interference. It supports HDR10+HLG double decoding, and the ViewSonic K701-4K projector equipped with XPR technology can present 8.3 million effective pixels.