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Acer Ships WVGA Pico Projector
The 100-lumen Acer C120 pico projector
Acer America has launched a new sub-$300 pico projector that produces a native wide VGA-resolution image at distances of 15.75 inches to 12.1 feet.
The Acer C120 is a DLP-based (0.3" DMD) pico projector that offers a native 854 x 480 (WVGA) resolution, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and light output of up to 100 lumens via an LED-based lamp.
Other features include:
- Up to 20,000-hour lamp life (LED);
- Throw ratio of 1.65:1;
- Support for up to 1,280 x 800 (WXGA) resolution;
- 24-bit color with Acer ColorSafe technology;
- USB 3.0 for display and power in economy mode (75 lumens); and
- AC adapter for displaying at full brightness (100 lumens).
The palm-sized projector measures 4.7" x 3.2" x 1" and weighs in at 6.34 ounces.
The C120 ultraportable projector is available in the United States for $259. It includes a one-year warranty. Additional details can be found on Acer's AV portal.
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