Optoma HD28HDR 1080p Home Theater Projector for Gaming and Movies | Support for 4K Input | HDR Compatible | 120Hz refresh rate | Enhanced Gaming Mode, 8.4ms Response Time | High-Bright 3600 lumens
(as of Dec 03,2022 08:41:58 UTC – Details)
Step up to huge-screen gaming with the 3,600 lumens Optoma HD28HDR 1080p home theater and gaming projector. HDMI 2.0 connectivity supports 4K UHD and HDR video sources for unrivaled image detail and color clarity up to 301-inches for immersive movie and gaming experiences.
Enhanced Gaming Mode combined with a 120Hz refresh rate delivers lightning-fast input response times of 8.4ms, perfect for fast-paced and competitive console or PC gaming. Game Display Mode provides a visual advantage by boosting shadows and dark scenes for greater visibility of impending obstacles.
HDMI-Link technology enables control of the projector and connected devices using a single remote, all via the HDMI connection. The 15,000-hour lamp life delivers many years of use with minimal maintenance when using Dynamic mode.
HDR COMPATIBLE: HDR10 technology (with 4K input) enables brigher whites and deeper black levels for an enhanced viewing experience
HIGH BRIGHT & COLORFUL IMAGE: Enjoy an incredible 4,000 lumens of brightness for lights-on viewing; a 6-segment color wheel (RYGCWB) produces accurate color with sRGB & REC.709 color profile
FAST RESPONSE TIME: Enhanced Gaming Mode enables lightning-fast response time of 16ms with a 120Hz refresh rate; Game Display Mode boosts shadows and dark scenes for greater visibility of impending obstacles
MORE IMAGE DEPTH: Dynamic Black technology provides more depth to the image by smoothing lamp output to create high contrast; bright scenes appear clear while dark scenes remain detailed
MOVIES, GAMING & MORE: Connect to media players and gaming consoles for big screen movies and gaming; connect a 4K UHD HDMI dongle such as the Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, or Apple TV to play games, stream videos and share photos
LONG LAMP LIFE: Enjoy up to 15,000 hours of lamp life enabling an average of 4 hours of viewing time every day 10+ years