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Optoma HD27HDR 1080p 4K HDR Ready Home Theater Projector for Gaming and Movies, 120Hz Support and HDMI 2.0

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LAG-FREE GAMING: Experience lightning-fast 1080p input response times of 16ms at 60Hz and 8.4ms at 120Hz when connected to the latest gaming consoles and High Performance PCs
SUPER-BRIGHT: Enjoy an incredible 3,400 lumens of brightness in any room in your home theater or living room, or in your backyard for outdoor movie nights
1080p HDR AND 4K HDR support: HDR10 technology with DCI-P3 wide color gamut support displays everything in the REC.2020 colors; also providing brighter whites, deeper blacks, and greater color depth
LONG LAMP LIFE: Enjoy up to 15,000 hours of lamp life provides an average of 4 hours of viewing time for 10+ years
4K INPUT AND DETAILED IMAGES: 1080p (1920×1080) resolution renders sharp and detailed images from high definition content without downscaling or compression
FLEXIBLE CONNECTIVITY: Connect with most media players, HD-ready gaming consoles, PCs, and mobile devices with HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 support and HDMI 1.4a
EASY INSTALLATION: Vertical keystone correction and a 1.1x zoom enable flexibile placement in any environment
FULL 3D 1080p SUPPORT: Display true 3D content from almost any 3D source, including 3D Blu-ray Disc players, 3D broadcasting, and the latest-generation game consoles; Optoma 3D glasses purchase required

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great deal, thanks Smilie

also if you'd put the price in the title that'd be great
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Is it same model which is reducing to 399$ and forth?
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What's the difference between this and HD27e ?
Also how can a 1080p projector be called 4k like this one says ?
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Yep, I knew it was too good to be true. Native resolution is 1080p, but it will accept a 4K input and down-sample to display as a 1080p image.
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What's the difference between this and HD27e ?
Also how can a 1080p projector be called 4k like this one says ?
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What's the difference between this and HD27e ?
Also how can a 1080p projector be called 4k like this one says ?
HDR? and unfortunately this type of labeling is par for the course for projectors. so many cheap projectors labeled 1080p simply because they accept 1080p signal input.

I recently learned most 4k projectors under about $5000 are doing some type of technical magic to create a 4k image from a lower native resolution output anyway so I don't know what the practical difference is between a 'real' $5000 and 'fake' $900 4k projector.
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HDR? and unfortunately this type of labeling is par for the course for projectors. so many cheap projectors labeled 1080p simply because they accept 1080p signal input.

I recently learned most 4k projectors under about $5000 are doing some type of technical magic to create a 4k image from a lower native resolution output anyway so I don't know what the practical difference is between a 'real' $5000 and 'fake' $900 4k projector.
Yep. That's why I always go to the specs and look at "NATIVE RESOLUTION" which will tell if it's 1080p or 720p or 4k.
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This pj is not trying to claim that it displays in 4k at all. It is in it's own special category that is basically a 1080p HDR projector. It is cheaper than 4k and "faux" 4k projectors, yet still takes advantage of the benefit that many believe is more important than the resolution- increased color gamut (hdr). It's also a great gaming and 3d projector to boot.
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This pj is not trying to claim that it displays in 4k at all. It is in it's own special category that is basically a 1080p HDR projector. It is cheaper than 4k and "faux" 4k projectors, yet still takes advantage of the benefit that many believe is more important than the resolution- increased color gamut (hdr). It's also a great gaming and 3d projector to boot.
I agree.
Do you know if this is worth $100 more than the 2018 modelHD27E which is $399 ?
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I agree.
Do you know if this is worth $100 more than the 2018 modelHD27E which is $399 ?
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Imo it is. It has double the contrast ratio and HDR which seems to be praised on this pj. I just purchased a refurb 4k/hdr pj for twice this cost so take it as you will.

I'm also not seeing either of those prices on Amazon...
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Imo it is. It has double the contrast ratio and HDR which seems to be praised on this pj. I just purchased a refurb 4k/hdr pj for twice this cost so take it as you will.

I'm also not seeing either of those prices on Amazon...
Those are sale prices that I see atleast once in a week.
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