Arguably, it's not 100% HD, as its 1280 x 768 native resolution will compress 1080 signals. Even so, it should still produce a crisp projection onto a wall of your choice.
As you can see from the picture, it also comes with a single-leg stand, if you don't feel like clamping it to your wall.
What would be really good for this type of projector is Wi-Fi transmission of HD and other signals, to minimise the wiring required. For the home-theatre buff, though, I am sure a bit of extra wiring is a small price to pay.
As for specifications:
- Contrast ratio: > 2500:1
- Brightness: Normal Mode: 1000 ANSI Lumens / Silent Mode: 700 ANSI Luments
- Noise: Silent Mode < 24db
- Digital Keystone Correction
- Remote Control
- Inputs: HDMI, Analogue VGA, Component, Composite Video
- Dimensions: 443mm (W) x 254.2mm (H) x 92.2mm (D)
- Weight: 4.5kg
The lowest price I've seen them selling for in the UK so far is around £1500.
The perfect addition to any wall?