ViewSonic has unveiled a 32-inch OLED monitor with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, which is due to be released later this year. In addition, the company has announced two new projectors, which are scheduled to be released in April 2022.
ViewSonic promises Adobe and Pantone validation for the ColorPro VP32 and says that the monitor should go on sale in the second or third quarter for a US suggested retail price of EUR 5,350 converted. The ColorPro VP32 also has a color wheel to adjust the colors and to operate the OSD menu. The 4k monitor includes USB-C, Thunderbolt, and HDMI ports.
The 16” ColorPro VP16 should also appear on the market around the same period as the ColorPro VP32. This OLED monitor comes with a hood, has a 1080p resolution and costs 535 euros in the US converted with VAT.
Furthermore, ViewSonic comes with two new projectors: the X1 and X2 Smart LED Projectors. Both can project images of up to 1920×1080 pixels, and have a brightness of up to 3100 LED lumens. Also, the X1 and X2 have built-in Harmon Kardon speakers. The main difference between the two is that the X1 has a standard throw lens and the X2 has a short throw lens. The term ‘throw’ indicates the ratio of the distance from the projector lens to the screen. With a shorter throw ratio, the projector can be closer to the screen to still be able to project the entire image properly. Converted with VAT, the X1 should cost 1069 euros in the US, and the X2 1176 euros.