The Optoma HD39Darbee is a versatile 1080p projector. Whether your idea of big screen nirvana includes binge-watching or gaming with friends, the most recent Ultra short throw projector from Optoma has a lot to offer.
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The Optoma HD39Darbee Particular Edition includes many considerations when it is priced at 899/$899 (about AU$1,140).
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The design of this projector is both compact and highly accommodating. The HD39Darbee uses a single-chip DLP projector, so it’s small enough to store between impromptu usage times and also razor-sharp.
One of the most appealing elements of this projector is it’s white finish. The dioptric lens is offset, and the construction is very high quality.
The input block is on the right, not in the trunk like most projectors. The connections include HDMI v1.4a inputs (one of which is MHL enabled for smartphone use), and an audio jack out port.
There’s also a USB-A port for powering a streaming media player dongle (such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick, Google Chromecast, Roku). It may pack a 12v power adapter for screen integration to appeal if you’re looking for an automated screen.
You will not find 3D goggles in the box with this Optoma, but it can be compatible when partnered with an optional emitter.
Best projector, the Optoma HD39Darbee comes with a handy remote control for navigation of the menu without having to get on your feet. The remote would also make it easier than ever before if you parked it on a coffee table and are looking to change screen settings quickly. The on-screen menu can be accessed by clicking a highlighted checkbox (Screen, Audio, Settings) in the lower middle of the screen.