Excerpt: Excellent detail & color via HDMI • Poor blacks & shadow detail • No lens shift • Excellent user interfaceIn some respects, the Optoma HD20 is an exceptional value, providing a razor-sharp 1080p image for just about as little money as any projector I know of.
Optoma HD20 1080p DLP Home Theater Projector Review
4 June 2010
Conclusion: For $999, Optoma's HD20 represents a giant leap forward in home theater projector value. Although its blacks could be blacker, lens shift is unavailable and you're apt to notice a few jaggies here and there on standard def content, the HD20 still manages to create a large, bright and color-rich HD...
Pros: 1080p HD video for $999, Lightweight, portable design, Very bright, doesn't require total darkness, Long 4,000 hour lamp life potential
Cons: No lens shift, 4x-speed color wheel reveals minor DLP rainbows, Heavy light spill through front grille, Remote too bright for a darkened home theater environment