ACER K10 Travel Video Projector £299.97 at Dixons. - HotUKDeals
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Yeah, OK, I can see now that it's the same price at Dixons and Tesco so take your pick (or vote cold no doubt!) Still a good price and a lot more at all other retailers.

Ultra-compact and weighing just 0.55 kg, the Acer K10 Travel Video Projector can be taken almost anywhere with ease. But despite its small stature, this business projector packs a professional punch!

The Acer K10 Travel Video Projector incorporates LED technology, enabling a 20,000-hour lamp life for effectively maintenance-free operation over the life of the unit. With a contrast ratio up to 2000:1 courtesy of the DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, and a surprisingly powerful brightness of 100 ANSI lumens, this tiny projector will prove to be a true gem for mobile presentations!

The Acer K10 Travel Video Projector is loaded with smart features such as compatibility with Acer notebook power adaptors, a High Altitude mode, automatic keystone correction up to 40 degrees (vertical), and a quick start-up time. Pack this little beauty in your hand luggage and pull off a fantastic presentation anywhere you go!
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#1
Cheaper at Currys with the 5% code ?
#2
100 ANSI Lumens?????

very low brightness
#3
ISJ66
100 ANSI Lumens?????

very low brightness


Suprisingly powerful it says lol!!!!
#4
Your average digital projector (for example in a school) is over 2000 ANSI lumens, 200 is poor, you'd either need a very dark room or have to have it very close to your screen, therefor making the image smaller!
#5
craigstephens
Your average digital projector (for example in a school) is over 2000 ANSI lumens, 200 is poor, you'd either need a very dark room or have to have it very close to your screen, therefor making the image smaller!


You're right, 200 is poor. 100 (this projector) is shocking!

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