The ViewSonic PX701HD is a high brightness 3,500 ANSI lumens projector featuring a Full HD 1080p resolution that offers impressive visual performance in a brightly lit living room or meeting room. The projector adopts the latest lamp design to extend lamp life of up to 20,000 hours under SuperEco+ mode, effectively reducing lamp replacement and maintenance costs. A digital lens shift allows users to make adjustments by remote control, it’s also compatible with the vColorTuner function for color profile exchange and adjustments. The dual HDMI inputs and USB power supply allow users to connect to a multitude of multimedia devices for gaming, movies, or a wireless dongle for wireless presentation.
Bright and Clear Images Anywhere
A 3,500 ANSI Lumens of brightness and a 1080p Full HD resolution guarantee bright and clear images in any environment, including rooms with high levels of ambient lights.
Vivid Color Performance
ViewSonic’s proprietary SuperColor technology displays a wide color range, ensuring that users enjoy a true-to-life color performance in both bright and dark environments without sacrificing image quality.
The Energy-efficient SuperEco+ Mode for a Lamp Life of up to 20,000 Hours
With the latest technology to enhance lamp life, the SuperEco+ mode greatly extends the durability of the PX701HD from 15,000 hours to 20,000 hours of use with a signal input.
When the projector has not received an input signal for 5 minutes, the projected images are dimmed by 40%, extending the lamp’s lifespan to 20,000 hours on average for reliable long-term usage.
Flexibility in Image Projection
The PX701HD offers 10% flexibility of vertical image adjustment, so the users can shift the image up or down without distorting the image with remote control, making the installation quicker and easier.
Color Profile Preference with vColorTuner
By using a cloud-based color profile exchange, users can create their own color profile to fit their preferences and share with others.
Also, users can download other profiles from their projectors and fine-tune them as their own.