European electronics major Optoma has announced the launch of a new projector in the Indian market. The new model, called the Optoma HD27 is a full HD projector that claims to offer cinema quality picture with accurate colour reproduction with support for Rec. 709 industry standard for high-definition colour reproduction. The HD27 claims to offer ‘vibrant, long-lasting and accurate colours’ and comes equipped with an enhanced colour wheel and multiple modes and settings to choose from. Before we delve further, here is the specsheet of the HD27
Optoma HD27 Projector: Specifications
- Full HD 1080p resolution – perfect for watching HD TV, sports, movies and gaming
- Lights on viewing – 3200 lumen brightness
- Amazing Colour – Rec. 709 HDTV standard for accurate colour
- Easy connectivity – 2x HDMI and MHL support
- Built-in 10W Speaker
- USB power – to stream content via HDMI dongle
- Lightweight and portable
The Optoma HD27 weighs just over 2.5kg, and comes with an optional carry bag so that you can carry it around with ease. The projector also boasts of twin HDMI ports, thereby offering easy connectivity. It can also be turned into a smart projector by connecting an HDMI dongle like the HDCast Pro (sold separately), Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV. The projector also comes with its own inbuilt speakers and has a gaming mode as well.
Gordon Wu, Assistant Vice President at Optoma APAC, said:
“The new HD27 is an all-round home entertainment projector, combining high ANSI brightness with exceptional colour accuracy to produce true-to-life visuals on a huge screen. The small and lightweight chassis, simple setup and integrated speakers make this an extremely convenient choice, while remaining affordable over comparable products in its price range.”
The Optoma HD27 has been priced at ₹99,750 in India.