ViewSonic KL149-4K, 4000ANSI lumens, 4K resolution, support HDR and 100% Rec.2020, ISF certification menu, 240Hz refresh rate and 4.2ms input delay, horizontal and vertical keystone correction.

BenQ W2700, 2000ISO lumens, 4K resolution, support HDR and 95% DCI-P3, ISF certification menu, support dynamic compensation, vertical keystone correction + vertical lens shift.

The DLP chip specifications of the two projectors are similar, and the projection ratio of the lens is the same. Both projectors can project 120 inches at a distance of 3 meters. Even small apartments can enjoy a large screen.

Both models use color/color gamut as their selling point, and support HDR (HDR10/HLG) and ISF certification menus, so they must be excellent in color and color accuracy.

The appearance of the two models is very different. The ViewSonic KL149-4K is relatively small (312222108mm), and the BenQ W2700 is relatively heavy (380263127mm). The ViewSonic KL149-4K (2.8kg) can be Pick up with one hand, while BenQ W2700 (4.2kg).

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ViewSonic Released New 4K Projector: KL149-4K

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