Acer has expanded its commercial portfolio recently, adding new short throw projectors.
S1213Hne and S1212 projectors are designed to offer enhanced network control and be very convenient and flexible. They are particularly beneficial In business or education settings where space is at a premium, Acer states, because the projectors offer a very large picture projection even in small rooms.
The highlight for commercial settings is that even when the projector is placed close to the projection screen, large images display clearly and the issue of shadow casting is minimised. 3,000
The Acer K135 LED projector is aimed at both home and business users, allowing for the simple sharing of multimedia as well as catering for high-end presentations.
The compact device boasts good portability, making it ideal for mobile users looking for an easy-to-carry, lightweight projector. It comes with an HDMI port to allow for easy connection to computers, smartphones, DVD players or game consoles, and the port is MHL compliant, meaning that games, movies and photographs can be easily streamed from a smartphone or other device onto the big screen.
The projector also allows
The K335, a lightweight, portable LED-based projector that is aimed at both home and business users, has been unveiled by Acer.
The new device – which was showcased for the first time at the recent IFA show in Berlin, Germany - has 1,280-by-800 WXGA native resolution along with a rated brightness of 1,000 lumens. It also has a 10,000:1 rated contrast ratio, while its LED light source is capable of lasting 30,000 hours.
The K335 projector is lightweight – weighing in at just 3.1 pounds, and measuring in at 9.1 by 6.5 inches. It is capable of projecting a 40-inch diagonal
July is proving to be a busy month for new additions to Acer’s projection range, with the new P1 and P5 projector ranges being unveiled at the same time as the previously reported Travel Series projectors.
The P1 and P5 projectors have been created for multiple usage scenarios, creating clear and vibrant images in any environment from any form of content.
The P5 range is the brand’s premium offering of professional-class projectors, capable of delivering premium colour performances even in bright, ambient light.
The elite series projectors have XGA or WXGA
Acer has unveiled a brand new range of travel projectors that have been created to allow travelling professionals to display vivid presentations and images wherever they are.
The Acer K335, K135 and K132 projectors are easy-to-carry and compact devices that weigh between 0.42kg and 1.3kg but are capable of brightness of up to 1,000 lumens and have the technology to create crisp, vibrant images and breathtaking projection performance.
The new projectors have a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio enhanced by DynamicBlack™ technology, which dramatically improves contrast. They
Consumer electronics manufacturer, Acer, has added a number of new models to its H-series projector range.
The four new devices are the H9501BD, H7532BD, H6510BD and H5370BD projectors and offer a wide range of impressive facilities for 2D and 3D viewing.
Each of the projectors supports the very latest 3D technology, including Blu-ray 3D, DLP 3D and Nvidia 3DTV Play. The devices have HDMI 3D connectivity to allow them to be hooked up to a Blu-ray Disc player, and can also be connected to a 3D package for DLP or a software package for Nvidia's 3DTV Play in order to experience
Acer has launched a brand new projector – the H6510BD – to stake its place in the increasingly competitive budget-priced home video projector field.
The affordable H6510BD is a single chip projector based on Texas Instruments’ DLP technology. The device has native resolution of 1080p, a six-segment colour wheel, a 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and is supported by 3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness.
As a video projector the H6510BD is able to guarantee utmost fidelity to the original source, displaying thrilling action sequences at an authentic 24p frame rate,
The S1370Whn projector is Acer’s latest addition to its range of education-focused projectors, featuring short throw capabilities, LAN control and compatibility with the Crestron Network Control.
The projector is able to create crisp and sharp images from a distance of as short as 98 centimetres, allowing presenters to avoid creating shadows or looking into the beams.
The projector also comes with 3D capabilities through its DLP 3D Ready technology, allowing for any lesson to be turned into an engaging three-dimensional experience.
In terms of connectivity, the S1370Whn
High-quality HD projectors are among the electronic equipment that was used during the London Olympics and is now being sold off to schools and colleges.
The Acer ICT equipment is being sold off – or ‘reassigned’ – through teams working for Econocom and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (Locog).
The projectors are expected to be put up for sale imminently, along with interactive smartboards and HD cameras, but thousands of pieces of computer equipment have already been snapped up.
More than 500 schools and colleges
Research on trends in the North American projector sales market has shown that WXGA projectors are proving particularly popular with people looking for high-end projectors, while XGA is dominating the mainstream sectors.
The research was carried out by specialist projector market research firm, Pacific Media Associates (PMA), as part of their August market information.
PMA found that the top five best-selling high-end (4,000 lumens and more) projectors in the US in August were NEC’s WXGA NP-PA550W-13ZL, the Mitsubishi XD600, the Mitsubishi WXGA WD620, the Epson PowerLite