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|Package Weight||8.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||15.5 x 13.8 x 6.5"|
|Lens||f/2.5 - 2.67 (f = 21.86 - 24 mm)|
|Optical Zoom||Manual: 1.1x|
|Throw Ratio||1.48 - 1.62:1|
|Projection Size||28 - 305.3" / 71.12 - 775.46 cm|
|Inputs/Outputs||2 x HDMI (HDMI Type-A) Audio, Video Input1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Mini Audio Output1 x USB 2.0 (USB Type-A) Power Output1 x VESA 3D Sync (4-Pin DIN) Control Output|
|Memory Card Slot||None|
|Display System||0.65" DMD DLP|
|Scan||Vertical: 24 - 120 kHzHorizontal: 31 - 135 Hz or 120 Hz|
|Color Depth||10-Bit (1.07 Billion Colors)|
|Color Wheel||6-Segment (R, G, B, W, Y, C)|
|Supported 3D Formats||Side by Side (up to 1080i)Frame Packing (up to 720p)Top Bottom (up to 720p)|
|DLP Link 3D||Yes|
|Dynamic Contrast Ratio||50,000:1|
|Aspect Ratio||Native: 16:9Supported: 16:10Supported: 4:3|
|Offset||116% ± 5%|
|Max Brightness||3400 Lumens|
|Supported Resolutions||Maximum: UHD 4K - 3840 x 2160|
|Native Chip Resolution||1920 x 1080 (Full HD)|
|Wireless LAN / Wi-Fi||None|
|Operating Temperature||41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C|
|Operating Humidity||0 - 85%|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||12.4 x 4.3 x 9.7" / 31.5 x 10.9 x 24.6 cm|
|Weight||6.2 lb / 2.81 kg|
|Fan Noise||Medium Brightness: 26 dB|
|Expected Lamp Life||Full Brightness: 6000 HoursMedium Brightness: 10,000 HoursLow Brightness: 15,000 Hours|
|Lamp Power||203 W|
|Security||Cable Lock SlotPassword ProtectionSecurity Bar|
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||Full Brightness: 260 WLow Brightness: 216 W|
|Max Operating Altitude||10000' / 3048 m|
|Rear Screen Projection||Yes|
|Keystone Correction||Vertical: ± 40°|
|Speaker Power||10 W|
If you want a big-screen home entertainment setup but have a very limited budget, you'd be hard pressed to find a better choice than Optoma's HD27 DLP projector. For $649 or less, you get a very bright, highly portable 1080p projector with 3D and MHL support.
Families spend lots of time at home and one of the most common family-time activities is watching a movie together, whether it’s the latest release adults want to watch after the kids are in bed or a classic that parents want to share with their children.
Is the HD27e capable of completely replacing a TV for a 'wallpaper' projection? Probably not, but as an occasional projector, it's hard to criticize at this price. Who needs 4K when Full HD can be this much affordable fun?
Bright enough in daylight, Natural color, Convenient portable design, Loud built-in speaker
Not exceptionally bright, Some motion blur, 1.1x zoom, Limited to HDMI
It runs hot around the collar, could sport better gaming performance, and the onboard sound is about one step above an external iPhone speaker – but for everything it lacks, the Optoma HD27 shines where it matters when it comes to its insane, record-breaking brightness and Rec.709 cinematic-quality...
As an all-in-one home entertainment projector for gaming, big screen sports, movies and 3D the HD27 certainly manages to perform the tasks with a nice...
Excellent colour accuracy to Rec.709, Good brightness and motion, Excellent 3D performance, Good image sharpness from the lens, Excellent build...
Some obvious rainbow effect with certain material, Mediocre black levels and shadow detail, Noisy even in Eco mode, No 3D glasses or emitter provided
The Optoma HD27 represents ridiculously good giant-screen value. Compact and colourful, this is a 100-inch+ crowd pleaser.
Compact and easy to set-up, Excellent Full HD performance, Vibrant colour fidelity, Suitable for movies and games
Doesn't do a deep black, Awful onboard audio system, Limited motion resolution
The Optoma HD27 proves you don’t need to dig deep for a big-screen experience. Just add a large white wall and some popcorn.
Sharp, Rich colours, Bright enough for rooms with light, Great for movies and gaming
Limited black level, Poor built-in sound system, Can be noisy
I could not love this projector more for the price. I spent over a month researching projectors and was focused on the throw ratio and native resolution. I have a fairly large living room with a 19 feet ceiling on one side and an attached dining room that sits 3 feet higher than the living room on...
I picked an HD27HDR to replace an older HD26 that I had been using. The one that I received does not have any issues with color wheel noise, but it also only has a single HDR setting unlike what Optima said they were going to do.
Great specs, picture, compatible with a 4K/HDR signal and 3D works excellent. This projector would be a 5 star buy if it didn't have the awesome 'Lamp Failure' feature or bug. Hoping this will get some resolved from Optoma.
Every now and then the remote completely disconnects from the projector. What’s worse is the unit becomes unusable. You have to manually turn it on and off, wait for the lamp to cool and restart before turning it back on.
1ST. INORDER TO GET THE HUGE SCREEN SIZE THEY CLAIM YOU WILL NEED AT LEAST 18 FEET FROM THE SCREEN. LUCKILY MINE IS IN MY GARAGE SO IT WORKED OUT PERFECTLY FOR ME. tHE PICTURE IS TRULY AMAZING.
Excellent brightness and contrast video and streaming NETFLIX and HBO GO as well as YouTube. Work very well for 4K with GeForce 1050 of which HDR and WCG from Windows 10 are also excellent. 3800 lumens output is good enough for day time movie watching at regular room like in your living room.
Phenomenal projector! Very bright and does well in ambient light. Picture is crystal clear. Colors are rich and deep. Fan is pretty quiet, not noticeable at all. Getting about 93inch throw from 10.5 feet away...one more foot and I would be able to fill the full 100 inch screen I have.
Fantastic picture, great price, optimal for apartments.
The picture is smaller than I thought but adequate for our small room. Amazing picture and bright enough even with the lights on. Gaming is great too and it was easy to setup and reverse as I mounted it upsidedown. Here is the kicker!
First let me start of by saying I don’t have a ton of experience with projectors or screens. I also do not have tons of money to support the higher end products, but want to make sure I stretch my dollar as far as I can.