Optoma HD27e Home Entertainment Projector launched in India for Rs. 99,840

Optoma HD27e Home Entertainment Projector

Optoma, a leading manufacturer of projection and audio products have announced the launch of its new projector model the Optoma HD27e in India. The company claims that the new projector is ‘designed to provide super-sized cinema-quality picture at home’. The Optoma HD27e also conforms to Rec.709, and claims true-to-life color reproduction. The product is also easy to set-up and easily connects with sources like laptops, PCs, Blu-ray players, media streamer and gaming consoles.

The Optoma HD27e can be transformed into a smart projector by connecting an HDMI dongle like the Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, or Apple TV. The projector also claims to feature a low input latency thereby offering gamers a smooth, responsive gaming experience.

Announcing the launch of the Optoma HD27e in India Gordon Wu, Assistant Vice President at Optoma APAC, said:

“The new HD27e is an all-round home entertainment projector, combining high brightness with exceptional color accuracy to produce true-to-life visuals on a huge screen. The small and lightweight chassis, simple set-up and integrated speakers make this an extremely convenient choice”.

Optoma HD27e Key Specifications

  • Full HD 1080p resolution – perfect for watching HD TV, sports, movies, and gaming
  • Lights on viewing – 3,400-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

In India, the Optoma HD27e has been priced at Rs. 99,840 and can be bought from authorized Optoma resellers.

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