The Viewsonic X100-4K, the company’s latest 4K UHD projector, is both quiet and bright, and offers a lot for its $1,699 / £1,500 (around AU$2,200) price point.
Not only does it have a 4K resolution, but ViewSonic has something extra up its sleeve too with its unique Wide Lens Shift. The lens is moveable within the projector housing so it relies less on software keystoning and uses hardware to make an image look centered and the correct shape.
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