Five customers who reviewed it mentioned that it was good in terms of HDMI connections. Dr. D. E. Goldwater wrote “This is a shame as having an unbuilt, powered HDMI slot is very appealing” in their review of this projector and gave the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL a rating of 4 stars. M Hall wrote in their review of the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL on Amazon this month “Tested this using an Xbox one via HDMI and wow - projectors have come a long way since my school days when they were noisy, washed out”. Mr a P Rea wrote in his review “The product was delivered on time & I found it very easy to set up with simple HDMI connection to our Sky HD box” and rated the product as excellent.
Several Viewsonic PJD7822HDL reviewers mentioned in their reviews that the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL was good in terms of USB connections. This year Dr. D. E. Goldwater wrote on Amazon “The OSD menu allows you to easily activate the USB power and it works now so I would upgrade to 4 1/2 stars if I could”. M Hall scored the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL very highly and said on Amazon “One hidden behind a cover that I was able to hide my Chromecast in - it even has a USB port for this purpose” in their review of the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL.
Some people said that it was good in terms of connectivity. Mark Thomas mentioned in his review of this projector a few weeks ago “Boasting extensive connectivity and high-quality image projection at a very reasonable price” . Mark Thomas also wrote “The projected visuals are so impressive, backed up by an impressive suite of connectivity options, that it is fully deserving of five stars”.
One customer mentioned in their reviews that the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL was able to connect to the internet. Beki scored it very highly and wrote in their review of the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL “Note here that to get the best of streamed HD content from services like BBC iPlayer you will need a decent internet speed”.
One Viewsonic PJD7822HDL reviewer who purchased the Viewsonic PJD7822HDL concluded that it was wifi compatible. Mark Thomas said on Amazon in November this year “A clever idea for connecting wireless streaming device sticks while keeping cable soup to a minimum”.