What’s up, I’ve teamed up with Viewsonic to show you their new 4 KUAR HD projector. And the problem with Fourcade projection right now is that it’s pretty expensive. But this 1 comes in at a surprising budget price.
So I believe it linked down below for you. So you can check it out and take a look at current pricing. So it’s really nice to see that Fourcade projection is coming down.
And it’s more affordable. I am pretty excited to watch some content on this in 4K since it’s 4 times the resolution of 10 ATP.
But what I’m most interested in is how to do games? And Falke says we have the X box one X now. And we have the PlayStation four pro.
So we’re definitely gonna get into some Fourcade gaming.
I even tried it on my garage wall outside and just projected as big I can. It definitely works.
So before I get into some gameplay, let me show you some of the features that come with this budget for a projector. So besides the Fourcade resolution, which is a big deal, this is 1 of the brightest Falke projectors out right now at 3500 lumens.
So you should be good for daytime use and nighttime use.
But I’m going to demo it here in this room where I think I’m going to set this projector up.
So if you’re playing back HDR content, you should get vibrant colors, more contrast, and even more detail.
So you have your audio in and audio out.
You have your computer in. You have 2 HDMI ports, one supporting HD, DCP 3.2, and an HDMI two that supports a DCP 1.4.
So you should be all good here. You have a mini USB port you have an arrest, 2 32 port, which I’m not sure if anybody uses anymore.
You have a USP 5 volt 1.5 amps out and a 12 volt out and a Kensington lock on the top. You do have a zoom ring that gives you 12 optical zoom. And then you have a focus ring here at the top.
Then you have your big power button right here to turn on the projector.
It does come with a remote included. I would hook up the X box when X first. Let’s do this.
All right, so I have the X box one X hooked up right now. We’re going to play a little bit of forcer. All right. So right away, I can tell the difference in four K. And this 10 what speakers really loud. Let me go and turn this down.
There is a built-in speaker here. So let’s go ahead and play a little bit of us real quick.
All right. I do shoot in 24 frames per second, so you can’t really see what this looks like, but the X box 1 X supports 4K, 60 frames per second. And this is looking buttery, smooth right now. While I’m crashing and messing up here, let me see if I can recover. Oh, like a boss. But this is looking really good and it’s feeling really good well.
So the X box 1 X test is working here. And I can definitely tell the resolution difference here, though. The 4K, I can tell for sure. I thought it was a little bit flat before, but now it’s really starting.
Look punchy and you can see the detail on here for sure. So the X box one, X, and 4 is a test. Definitely a go on this.
All right. So I have God of war loaded up right now on the P.S. for Pro. And this is looking stunning on here, man.
Wow, this looks really good. So right now, what I have this out to be is I think that we measured it. It’s about 84 inches right now on a projection. So for a lot of people, you’re going to meet in here and in 100 inches.
This is the 10-year-old son. It sounds pretty good, but what the audio inputs back there, I’d probably go with something else. OK. No one I got from you.
Cross this bridge. So here’s an idea of what God of war looks like on this projector, so I think this is a major go.
All right, guys, so what do you think about the Viewsonic 4K, your HD budget projector?
I definitely did spend a little bit more time on this. Watch some more movies on it. Mess around the calibration a little bit more to make a final decision on this. So if you want to see a full review on this projector, let me know in the comments section below or if you have questions on it.
Also, leave those in the comments section below well, and I’ll do my best to answer them. I’ll leave a link down below if you want more information on this projector.