Acer reveal 3D-ready P5403 projector
Acer have just revealed details on a new 3D-ready projector, the P5403.
DLP 3D Ready technology is used to transform the flat surface you project onto into a 3D display, with 120Hz refresh rates ensuring smooth movement as well as allowing for 3D imagery.
Comfortably throwing images 300 inches in size onto your walls, it has an ANSI Lumens brightness rating of 3,500 as well as Native SXGA+ (1,400 x 1,050) Maximum UXGA (1,600 x 1,200) and WSXGA+ (1,680 x 1,050) resolution modes.
HDMI, Composite, Analog and S-Video connections are available, with a contrast ratio of 3,000:1 ensuring relatively deep blacks during video playback. Two internal 5 watt speakers mean you won’t have to lug around a seperate audio output with the projector, should you be planning on travelling with it for presentations or movie sessions with your pals.
Presentations are made particularly easy to give thanks to the projector’s LAN connection and eProjection utility, allowing for remote PC desktop control.
You’ll be able to pick the projector up from March, priced £949.99.
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I’ve been considering a 3d projector for a while, but I feel like the stereoscopic TVs will come down in price soon.