Projector technology has gotten better over the years and in turn, prices have also gotten better. The Acer H6535i aims to bring projectors into the homes of those who would rather not pay thousands of dollars for one.
Most of us already have a television but wouldn’t mind something like the Acer H6535i as a backup or even as a fun family movie night device. The H6535i is priced at a reasonable US$699.99 and delivers some of the following features and specifications.
Project your content in 1080p up to 300-inches in scale. That, of course, beats your 55″ or 65″ TV by miles. Acer says it can project your content with a billion colors and with all the clarity you’ll need. You can even take the party outdoors and project your content against your house or garage door.
This DLP LED projector with HDMI input can project a giant 25-foot image from a distance of up to 36 feet with a high 3,500 lumens brightness. Paired with a wireless dongle, it projects content wirelessly from a smartphone or PC. Miracast support allows quick and seamless screen mirroring without installing an extra app. HDMI, VGA and USB ports connect to Android devices for easily sharing travel photos or home videos.
- Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Max Resolution: 1920 x 1200
- Standard Mode Brightness: 3500 lm
- Native Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Compatible Aspect Ratio: 4:3
- Contrast Ratio: 20,000:1
- Throw Ratio: 1.37 to 1.66 (66″@78.74″)
- Digital Zoom: 1.8x
- Vertical Keystone Correction: -30°/+30°
- Horizontal Keystone Correction: -30°/+30°
- Max Vertical Sync: 120 Hz
- Max Horizontal Sync: 100 kHz
- Min Vertical Sync: 24 Hz
- Min Horizontal Sync: 15 kHz
- Colors Supported: 1.07 Billion Colors (30-bit)
- Min Lens Aperture: F/2.47
- Max Lens Aperture: F/2.66
- Min Focal Length: 20.40 mm
- Max Focal Length: 24.48 mm
- Min Diagonal Image Size: 40″
- Max Diagonal Image Size: 25 ft
- Min Projection Distance: 39.37″
- Max Projection Distance: 30.51 ft
- Optical Zoom: 1.2x
The Acer H6535i is available now on Acer’s website for US$699.99.
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