Amazon offers ViewSonic PRO7827HD 1080p HDMI RGBRGB Rec.709 Lens Shift Home Theater Projector for only $599, time is limited, so hurry up before the deal is over.

    Full HD 1080p (1080x1920) 16:9 Home Theater Projector with Rec. 709 Color Accuracy, RGBRGB Color Technology, a 100,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, Digital Horizontal and Vertical Keystoning, and a Screen Size from 120-Inches at 12-Feet; up to 220-Inches at 20-Feet
    Packed with our most advanced color technology, this projector provides an incredibly immersive home cinema experience coupled with ViewSonic's industry-leading durability and dust-resistance
    PRO7828HD is the ideal projector for both high definition presentations, vibrant multimedia entertainment and gaming
    Sleek design with ViewSonic's exclusive HDMI-streaming PortAll dongle, up to 6,500 lamp hours (Eco mode), large built-in 10W speaker, 1.3x optical zoom, and a muted black finish
    1.1~1.5 throw ratio; 4.2 – 46.9 ft. throw distance; USB 2.0 Type A, 3.5mm Audio In/ Out, RS-232, HDMI 1.4, HDMI MHL (x2), Composite RCA In, Mini USB, Micro USB; Product Dimensions: 12.44 x 8.98 x 4.08 Inches
    3-year limited warranty on parts and labor, 1-year limited warranty on lamp, 1st year free Express Exchange service with product registration; Box includes PRO7827HD projector, power cable, VGA cable, remote control with batteries, Quick Start Guide, ViewSonic Wizard CD, and cable management cover
    Compatible with Mac, and Windows; can be connected with DVD players, Blu-ray plyers, Amazon FireTV, AppleTV, Google Chromecast and more


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