Projector manufacturer Christie has announced the launch of two brand new projectors featuring 4K technology: the Roadie 4K25 and Roadie 4K35.

Complete with the coveted 4K technology that's desired by projector owners around the world, the new devices provide between 25,000 and 35,000 lumens of brightness and run at 60Hz.

Ready to be connected, the projectors include standard inputs such as Dual 3G HD-SDI or Twin DisplayPorts, while it's also possible to add Dual Link DVI or Twin HDMI. Shipped with a range of handy blending and warping tools, users are in the driving seat with these new additions to Christie's product line.

Another projector set for release by the technology giant is the Laser Phosphor 1-chip DLP, which is part of the impressive and highly acclaimed GS Series.

The first of its kind amongst the Christie product catalogue, this new device is available in HD, WUXGA and WXGA, giving it between 5,000 and 5,200 lumens of brightness.

The first to use a one-chip DLP, this new product allows for greater contrast and more impressive colour, and all for 20,000 hours thanks to the long lamp life, which is 20 times the life of other Christie products.