The HD8300 itself is quite handsome with delicate sloping lines that streamline and disguise its larger size. The HD8300 measures 19 inches wide by seven and a half inches tall by 14 and a half inches deep and it tips the scales at a robust, but not unmanageable, 18 and a half pounds.
Behind the scenes, the HD8300 boasts some nice features beginning with PureMotion4D processing, which is another form of image interpolation and smooth motion processing not unlike your typical HDTVs nowadays. The HD8300 also has Optoma's PureShift Technology, which aides in installation (the HD8300 is aimed at the custom installer after all) and ISF Certified Calibration Controls with both day and night modes. The ISF Modes are useful in fine-tuning the HD8300's image performance, as is the inclusion of Optoma's proprietary PureColor technology, though it should be noted that these features do not equal out-of-the-box calibration.