The ViewSonic Q20 projector uses RGBG LED light source technology, with a brightness of 2300 ANSI Lumens and a wide color gamut of 125% Rec 709. It uses a 0.65-inch DMD, which results in a larger luminous flux and a brighter picture quality.
With a contrast ratio of 3000000: 1, 1.07 billion colors, ViewSonic Q20 has a native 1080P physical resolution, that is, 1920×1080 pixels, which is definitely not shaken out. The light source life of the ViewSonic Q20 projector is 30,000 hours.
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. With a short-throw throw ratio of 0.8, a 100-inch screen can be projected at a distance of 1.77 meters.
With instant autofocus, H/V keystone and four-corner adjustment functions, screen adjustment is easier and more convenient; 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.
ViewSonic Q20 and ViewSonic Q30 look totally different in the appearance, Q20 is a 1080P projector, while Q30 is a 4K projector. ViewSonic Q30 is a ultra short throw projector while ViewSonic Q20 is a regular one. They all dopts LED as light source. They meet different demands of consumers, so you can easily make choice according to your budget and needs.