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Optoma Full HD 1080p (1,920 x 1,080) HD200X Video Projector - Free delivery @ B4U
Optoma Full HD 1080p (1,920 x 1,080)  HD200X Video Projector - Free delivery @ B4U

Optoma Full HD 1080p (1,920 x 1,080) HD200X Video Projector - Free delivery @ B4U

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Enjoy high-definition entertainment in the comfort of your home with this HD200X video projector from Optoma. This ultra-quiet DLP processor has a contrast ratio of 350:1 and a brightness of 1,500 ANSI Lumens. When it comes to connections, you'll find two HDMI ports and a range of video entries for watching films, playing video games and more. In fact, no matter what you're watching, the HD 200X ensures excellent image quality for a totally immersive experience. Bring the cinema home with the Optoma projector.

9 Comments

Yes it a good price, must check the blub price thou.

I've got one of these and it's BRILLIANT! Heat for the product, no idea about the supplier.

Price seems about par for the course considering Tesco do it for £744 with Quidco.

I'd read the online reviews of this company first - doesn't look promising. Avoid.....

Banned

Anyone own this having previously had an HD65 (or similar 720p projector)? Just wondering if its really worth upgrading to a (relatively cheap) 1080p projector like this or if the difference is negligible.

Romi

This seems a great price for 1080p resolution projector.



It certainly does. I'm still ploughing on with my 720p Panasonic PTAE500 which I originally bought for the bargain price of £1200.

If the bulb ever goes it probably won't be worth the cost of replacement

I installed a HD600x for a client recently and that is very good and only £500. Not sure how much better this one is but Optoma are recommended by me 3D ready too but in the small print it says that does not work with sky 3D or blu-rays so I'm not sure what type of 3D it does offer.

isn this the website that displays all prices ex-vat and delivers from hongkong ?

Evilsatan

I installed a HD600x for a client recently and that is very good and only … I installed a HD600x for a client recently and that is very good and only £500. Not sure how much better this one is but Optoma are recommended by me 3D ready too but in the small print it says that does not work with sky 3D or blu-rays so I'm not sure what type of 3D it does offer.



Wouldn't you need two of them or two lenses in it to do stereoscopic projection and achieve a 3d effect?

contrast ratio only 350:1....... is that right ?
Surely not on a DLP projector - they are usually much better than that.
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