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ViewSonic LX700-4K new projector for Xbox arrives

The ViewSonix LX700-4K projector has been designed for Xbox. (Image source: ViewSonic)
The ViewSonix LX700-4K projector has been designed for Xbox. (Image source: ViewSonic)
Viewsonic has launched the LX700-4K, a new projector designed for Xbox. The gadget has a laser light source delivering up to 3,500 ANSI lumens brightness and a maximum recommended image size of 300-in (~762 cm). Gaming features include a 240Hz refresh rate, a 4.2ms input lag and HDMI 2.0b/HDCP 2.2 ports.

The ViewSonic LX700-4K projector, designed for Xbox, has been launched worldwide. The gadget uses third-generation laser phosphor technology, with a light source lasting up to 30,000 hours. The projector has a peak brightness of 3,500 ANSI lumens, making it brighter than the ViewSonic X2-4K, also designed for Xbox, which peaks at 2,900 LED lumens.

The LX700 can cast images from 30 to 300-in (~76 to 762 cm) wide with a 1.06-1.45 throw ratio. The ViewSonic projector has a high contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1 thanks to a 0.65" DMD chip​ and support for HDR and HLG. You can perfect the image with vertical lens shift, 1.36x optical zoom and horizontal and vertical keystone correction tools. While the device has a typical refresh rate of 60Hz, you can use it for 1440p@120Hz or 1080p@240Hz gaming using Advanced Settings. Plus, the gadget has a 4.2ms input lag and an HDMI 2.0b/HDCP 2.2 port.

A second HDMI eARC port on the projector allows you to connect external speakers for an enhanced audio experience. The product has a built-in 15W speaker, with other ports including USB-A, RS232 and a 3.5mm audio jack. You can now buy the ViewSonic LX700-4K projector for £997/€1,199. The device will launch in Australia in December for AU$2,999, and it appears that the gadget will arrive in the US early in 2024, though the price is unknown.

(Image source: ViewSonic)
(Image source: ViewSonic)


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Polly Allcock, 2023-11-17 (Update: 2023-11-17)