ViewSonic introduced two new projectors last year, the X1-4K and X2-4K, specifically designed for the Xbox console to support a resolution of 1440 pixels (2K) at a refresh rate of 120 Hz. They offer a visual experience in 4K UHD quality, support an ultra-fast input lag of 4.2 ms, and a refresh rate of 240 Hz. The projectors are compatible with Xbox's CEC function and automatically switch to gaming mode when connected via HDMI 2. Additionally, they offer cinematic sound quality through Harmon Kardon speakers.

In addition to the exclusive support for the Xbox console in terms of resolution and refresh rate, these projectors promise a 4K UHD visual experience on screens up to 100 inches in size. It should be noted that the standard refresh rate of these projectors is 60 Hz. To activate the 4.2 ms input lag, users must enable it in the advanced settings and ensure that the input content is set to a refresh rate of 240 Hz. Once activated, the maximum supported resolution becomes 1080p (Full HD).

The new projectors are compatible with the CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) function of the Xbox console, meaning they turn on simultaneously when the console starts. Additionally, when the console is connected via HDMI 2, the projectors automatically switch to gaming mode to provide optimal image quality with enhanced colors.

The X1-4K and X2-4K projectors use third-generation LED technology, delivering increased brightness of 2900 lumens for better image quality in various environments. They promise a lifespan of up to 30,000 hours. Furthermore, they are the world's first projectors to receive the TÜV SÜD Low Blue Light certification.

The X1-4K projector has a standard throw ratio, ideal for ceiling-mounted installations to save space without encountering obstacles. On the other hand, the X2-4K is a short-throw projector that can be placed on a coffee table to project a wide 100-inch screen from just 1.5 meters away.

Thanks to digital correction and the Quick Corner feature, these projectors do not require central positioning during installation, allowing users to set them up without having to rearrange furniture.

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