£379.99 Optoma HD141X Full HD 1080p 3D Projector @ Costco

£379.99 Optoma HD141X Full HD 1080p 3D Projector @ Costco

Found 22nd Aug 2016
Created for super-sized 1080p home entertainment, the bright HD141X is perfect for watching TV shows, sports and movies or playing action-packed games on a huge screen.

With a built-in speaker and two HDMI inputs the HD141X is easy to setup and use. Turn it into a smart projector by connecting your smartphone or tablet using MHL; now you can play games, stream videos and share photos on the big screen.

Full HD

Sharper more detailed projection with 1920 x 1080p pixels, the HD141X projector is perfect for watching Blu-ray movies without downscaling or compression.

Full 3D

Using the inherent speed of DLP technology, the Optoma HD141X Full 3D projector can display true 3D content from almost any 3D display device, including 3D Blu-ray, PS3, Xbox and Sky3D.

Gaming Mode

Designed to provide the best gaming experience, the HD141X projector allows you to enjoy lightning response times; high contrast and vivid colours on a large screen using Gaming Mode - perfect for all games including racing and first person shooters.

Dynamic Black

Dynamic Black gives more depth to your image by smoothly adjusting the lamp output to create a stunning high contrast ratio. Bright scenes appear crisp and clear, while dark scenes remain detailed with deep blacks and exceptional light and shade detail.

Amazing Colours

The HD141X incorporates BrilliantColor™ multi-colour processing technology to bring stunning, vibrant colour to your screen. You can even fine tune colours for ultimate precision.

Powerful Audio

Complete your home cinema experience with the powerful on-board 10W speaker. Offering exceptional sound quality the HD141X is easy to set up without the need for external speakers.

Long Lamp Life

The new lamp technology incorporated into the HD141X extends lamp life up to an incredible 6,500 hours. If you watch a two hour movie every day then typically the lamp will last for over 8 years.

Bright vivid colours – 3000 ANSI lumens
Full HD 1080p image quality
Dynamic black technology - 23,000:1 contrast ratio
Easy connectivity – 2 x HDMI and MHL support and built-in 10W speaker

Brand: Optoma
Keystone Correction: ± 40° Vertical
3D Ready: Yes
Lumens: 3000 ANSI Lumens
Contrast Ratio: 23,000:1
HDMI/Scarts: 2 x HDMI
Projector Technology: DLP
Lamp: 6500 Hours
Weight: 2.45kg
Definition: Full HD (1080p)
Model Number: HD141X
Dimensions: H 11.4 x W 31.5 x D 22.4 cm
Projector Ratio: 1.48 - 1.62:1
Accessories Included: AC power cord, remote cont


How is this compare to Epson EH-TW5350 model?

cant compare it to the epson, but i've used mine pretty much every day for the last 9 months, and absolutely love it

It is a great projector for the money. Only things to be aware of are this is a DLP projector and can cause some people to see 'rainbows' for a fraction of a second on bright edges. Most people are fine and a large proportion of people who initially see the rainbows get used to them and then no longer see them.
It is also a little noisy as well but for the money and a big screen it would be very difficult to beat.

Not having a proper lens shift can also be very frustrating as you need to position the projector perfectly. This isn't always possible due to room restrictions. Not such a big issue if you aren't using a screen though. Much harder to notice is the projected image is slanted etc when projecting straight onto a wall. For the money though, it is an amazing projector.

Great projector. I have mine firing on to a grey wall and it still looks stunning.

I've got one......we have ours for outdoor movie nights......pretty much as everyone else has said....brilliant bit if kit.....soundbar needed for those wanting booming sound.....but if you're after a massive picture this is fantastic....first time we used ours we fired it onto a bed sheet

How does Costco work, don't you need a membership?

good projector
it's been this price off and on for 2 years at least though
when I bought my BenQ W1070 it was between it and the optoma, and I only went BenQ because of past experience and superior reviews. For that reason, I'd recommend going for a W1070 instead.
Since buying one 2 years ago, I sold it and traded up to the HT1085ST (short throw) as I moved into a shoebox, and it's essentially the same projector as the W1070 with a short throw lens, and minus lens shift (sad to lose that).
All in all very happy with the BenQ lineup, but some just prefer optoma.
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