Christie, leader in 4K projector technology, has announced the expansion of its popular Boxer line with the addition of a new 3DLP Christie Boxer 4K20 projector.
The new device delivers full, native 4K resolution images, 20,000 lumens of brightness and a wide selection of 4K connectivity options that make it ideal for large venues. A simplified GUI is also included to ensure the ultimate in user-friendliness.
For even more connectivity flexibility, the High Bandwidth Multi-Input Card (HBMIC) provides a variety of connections for 4K signals that allow for 4K 60Hz over a single cable. The HBMIC also adds direct fibre input capability for use with a Christie Link transmitter that offers preview capabilities and fast synchronisation.
Notably, Christie has ensured that all of this new technology is added to the previous Boxer design which means that it is still as small and reliable as its predecessors.
According to Curtis Lingard, senior product manager at Christie, this latest addition to its line up demonstrates how the company continues to create solutions that are ahead of other industry leaders.
“Christie launched 4K/60Hz and 4K/120Hz DLP solutions years ahead of the competition and we continue to lead the field with the new Boxer 4K20,” he said.
He added: "Spending years with our customers led to the major breakthrough of the Christie Boxer Series when it debuted two years ago and we're continually improving the Series and this latest version, the 4K20, continues that legacy."
This latest Christie device is set to be shipped around the world from February 2017, aimed at both the live event stage rental and fixed installation markets.