er ... Your "s" es all were replaced by "s" or "S" - Made it pretty impossible to read. Just did a quick find/replace:
"While laser seems to be rapidly taking over the commercial projector space, its trickle down into the home theater arena has been, to date, even less than a trickle. sporadic models have appeared at typically premium price points, but budget projectors with a laser engine have been largely absent from the landscape. That's starting to change. With the new Ls700-4K, Viewsonic offers up a tidy home theater projector that doubles easily as a small business projector and delivers both 3840x2160 UHD resolution and a 20,000-hour laser light source, all for the low street price of $2,199. (A similar 1080p version, the Ls700HD, is available for $1,399!) The basics are all here: a 3,300 ANsI lumen brightness spec, 3 million:1 dynamic contrast rating, HDR10 compatibility, Viewsonic's superColor technology (which relies on color wheel design and dynamic lamp control to optimize color brightness and gamut). There's a switchable Rec.709 filter that allows users to adjust for higher brightness for business use or wider gamut for home theater content. Motion interpolation is on board, and gamers will appreciate the fast 16ms lag time. There's a modest (but useful) 1.3x optical zoom that provides a throw range of 4.9 to 28.8 feet depending on image size; a 100-inch diagonal falls between approximately 8 and 11 feet from the screen. A pair of integrated speakers also helps out with presentations. The Ls700-4K looks like a tasty little package for an unusually sweet price."
As for the lag to release, wonder if viewsonic held the 4k release back to be sure the dynamic contrast issues Kraine saw in his review could be fixed? From the testing, it really comes across as likely an issue with firmware.
Last edited by defiancecp; 06-12-2019 at 12:05 PM.