Acer C120 Pico projector

Posted by Jon Peddie on May 2nd 2012 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review
Tags: acer technology computers projector travel

Jon Peddie

Projecting power like an aircraft carrier We got an Acer C120 Pico projector to play with (and we took it on a road trip to Finland and the UK). The units can display up to 1280 x 800 resolution, has a 1000:1 contrast ratio, and offers 100 Lumens brightness when plugged in. It can be powered by USB 3.0 and there is a battery. The convenient USB 3.0 option allows for faster display of the images at 75 ANSI lumens. Alternatively, when higher brightness matters you can power the projector with the AC adapter and get an even brighter 100 ANSI…

Acer’s HD 3D Projector

Posted by Robert Dow on July 15th 2013 | Permalink
Categories: Hardware Review
Tags: 3d acer projector h6510bd

Robert Dow

Lot of power, great value, small package Acer let us play with two of their newest projectors, the H5370BD and a H6510BD a native 1920 x 1080p resolution, 120 Hz projector, with 4:3/16:9/L.Box aspect ratios enabling 3D content projected via DLP Link Technology: Blu-Ray 3D and Nvidia 3DTV Play. The H9500 is a scaled down version of the H5370BD and has a native 720p resolution at 120 Hz. The H6510BD also has a built-in 2D to 3D converter.   The projector is bright and crisp, offering 10,000:1 contrast ratio and 3000 Lm brightness, and a F2.59 to 2.87 lens and a…

Acer’s H6510BD projector and the search for S3D

Posted by Jon Peddie on July 18th 2013 | Permalink
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Tags: acer peddie projector h6510bd

Jon Peddie

You can have S3D with the right ID We have been testing the new Acer DLP-based H6510BD projector for a few weeks, and gave a preliminary report on it in TechWatch Volume 13, Number 11 May 21, 2013, p 27. As a general-purpose HD projector, you can’t beat this machine. Bright, lightweight, fast, and lots of inputs.   Just to review the general specifications: It has TI’s latest and greatest display panel, a 0.65" DarkChip 3 DMD (Digital Micromirror Device is what TI is calling their DLP these days). Its native resolution is 1080P (1920 x 1080, WUXGA), and can scale…