The New Acer P7 Projector Series Provides a Premium Experience for Professionals
Bioggio, Switzerland (2014-04-22)
2D to 3D automatic conversion
Acer ColorBoost II+ and Acer ColorSafe II
Optional Wireless projection*
Extreme Eco and Acer EcoProjection technology
Acer today unveils its new range of high resolution premium projectors, the Acer P7 Series, which combine supreme performance and outstanding image quality making them great partners either for use in a large auditorium or a small meeting room.
The Acer P-series offers a high quality projection solution with Full HD, WUXGA resolution for both small and large conference rooms. They deliver amazing image quality with 5000 lumens of color brightness, wide format in Full HD resolutions and multimedia plug-n-play. The Acer P-series projectors are integrated with multiple IO interfaces and are compatible with all kinds of industrial standard devices.
Colours that wow
The Acer ColorBoost II+ which features an optimized 6-segment color-wheel design, powerful image processing and advanced lamp illumination technology provides incredible color performance which has yet to be seen in conventional projectors.
Together with Acer ColorSafe II technology which virtually eliminates color decay and takes advantage of DLP® technology to guarantee picture integrity despite prolonged use, users can enjoy consistently bright and vivid images and text.
Convenient setup and connectivity
The Acer P7 Projector Series come enabled with lens shift technology which allows the lens to be moved in horizontal or vertical mode without moving the projectors. Users are able to turn the control wheels and shift the projected image either horizontally or vertically in its original format and size without any distortion.
The Acer P7 Series come with three HDMI® and dual D-Sub connectivity offering increased flexibility when connecting with different devices. HDMI™ delivers exceptional high-definition viewing and offers the user the highest quality video and audio currently available. The projectors are also equipped with two sets of D-Sub and audio connectors, allowing dual-PC source input for more flexible connectivity and instant switching. With multi-PC connectivity users can attach up to two laptops for increased efficiency when working.
In addition, with wireless connection users can also project content directly from their smartphone devices thanks to the screen mirroring facility.
Efficient and Economical
The Acer P7 Series come with Acer EcoProjection technology which reduces standby power consumption by up to 90 percent, from 5 W to 0.5 W. Users also needn’t worry if they forget to turn their projector off as with the Auto-ECO feature, the projector automatically enters ECO mode if there is no signal input for 5 minutes, resulting in up to 20 percent further reduction of power consumption. With the world leading ExtremeEco technology, the power consumption of the projector can be reduced up to 75% and the lamp life can be extended, providing users with up to 4,500 hours.
Acer No.1 DLP Brand in EMEA since 2008
The Acer DLP projectors are for many reasons, the most popular in EMEA. According to figures from market research firm PMA (Pacific Media Associates) no other brand sold more DLP projectors in EMEA since 2008 as Acer. High quality and always equipped with the latest projection technology, specifically developed by Acer Color Boost technology vouches for rich, vivid and brilliant colours. The 5 year warranty on the DLP ® chip confirms the reliability and long lasting colour brilliance. The quality of the lamps used in the Acer projectors of Osram and Philips is a one year warranty without any restrictions.
Pricing and Availability
The Acer P7 Series will be available in Europe starting from April at a suggested price of € 1.999 for P7305 WXGA version; € 2.399 for P7505 1080P version and € 2.599 for P7605 WUXGA version. The projectors are also available in 3D allowing for an even more impressive cinematic experience.
*wireless projection with optional Acer USB dongle is available from April 2014.