ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, introduces the PJD7822HDL Full HD 3200-lumen home entertainment projector. With an appealing price point for entry-level home entertainment enthusiasts, the high-performing PJD7822HDL provides a wealth of brightness and connectivity options with a smooth white finish that blends into any home decor.
Featuring a higher lumen count than ViewSonic’s already popular home entertainment projector, the new PJD7822HDL boasts 3200 ANSI lumens of brightness that deliver a crisp1080p visual experience. The PJD7822HDL is equipped with 5V USB charging port and dual HDMI video inputs for greater connectivity with HD devices, and also supports wireless HDMI dongle devices such as Google’s Chromecast™ device, so viewers can enjoy Netflix™, Hulu Plus™, and other streaming apps on a giant 100+ inch screen for the ultimate home viewing experience.
“First-time buyers looking for an affordable yet easy-to-set-up home entertainment projector will love the unbeatable combination of quality, brightness, innovative connectivity, and value of the PJD7822HDL,” said Max Hsu, PM Director for ViewSonic Asia Pacific. “With its white finish, the projector’s sleek design seamlessly blends into any room, whether ceiling-mounted or positioned on the table top. With a 1.3X optical zoom short throw lens, the PJD7822HDL offers flexible setup options for even small rooms. Moreover, 1080p resolution on a super large screen, up to 300 inches, and wireless streaming capability all empower users with a wider range of entertainment options.”
The PJD7822HDL also includes a convenient “MyButton” feature that allows users to create customized shortcuts on the remote control, supporting quicker, easier navigation to viewing options such as closed captioning, lamp mode, 3D sync, and more. The projector also includes 3D Blu-ray support, integrated 2W speakers, and SuperColour™ technology for a wider color range and true-to-life image projection.
The PJD7822HDL will be available in India from January 2015.