Acer X1230PK - Professional HD Projector - £199.99 *Reserve & Collect* @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Bought this yesterday in our local Argos. Looks excellent value with a good quality image and even onboard sound. Not sure how many are available nationally but I was lucky.

Acer X1230PK Professional HD Projector.

A professional presenter will not be able to work without this fantastic Acer X1230PK professional HD projector. With a high contrast ratio of 2000:1 and 1024x768 dpi resolution, you and your audience will be able to experience bright and sharp picture quality without causing eye fatigue. Create a sharp image to match a sharp presentation!

* 1024 x 768 resolution.
* Brightness 2300cd/m2.
* Contrast ratio 2000:1.

Connectivity:

* Composite, S-Video, RGB.

General information:

* Size H9.4, W26.4, D22.6cm.
* Weight 2.3kg.
* Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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1024 x 768 resolution ? Not sure where it gets the HD from but looks a barg ...
#2
Its not true HD though oO
#3
I thought the same but I'm not complaining. It's well built and better than I thought it was going to be especially for £200!!
#4
1 in stock in Dumbarton if that helps anyone.
1 Like #5
zoopakev
1024 x 768 resolution ? Not sure where it gets the HD from but looks a barg ...

ukez
Its not true HD though oO


1024 x 768 resolution = HDready so yes it is HD just not full HD. 3D ready supposedly.

Edited By: polly69 on Feb 25, 2011 00:51
1 Like #6


1024 x 768 resolution = HDready so yes it is HD just not full HD. 3D ready supposedly.


Nope. HD ready is atleast 1280 x 720 resolution with a HDCP capable Digital input, this doesn't have either.
#7
This does also have a d-sub input
1 Like #8
dijital


1024 x 768 resolution = HDready so yes it is HD just not full HD. 3D ready supposedly.


Nope. HD ready is atleast 1280 x 720 resolution with a HDCP capable Digital input, this doesn't have either.


Actually they only count vertical lines so anything with more than 720 lines is considered hd ready (as long as it meets all the other requirements too).
#9
1 in Glasgow Sauchiehall St. Shame I don't need one!
#10
dijital


1024 x 768 resolution = HDready so yes it is HD just not full HD. 3D ready supposedly.


Nope. HD ready is atleast 1280 x 720 resolution with a HDCP capable Digital input, this doesn't have either.


This is HD Ready as you can play videos at 720p e.g. if you connect your laptop/pc to the projector via VGA and then play a Blu-Ray film it will display in HD.
#11
no hdmi? but still good for the price
#12
stkrup
no hdmi? but still good for the price


It's going to be a massive problem for most users without a HDMI port, how are you going to push a HD movie or sports from a Sky box or Blu Ray for example.
#13
loopie
stkrup
no hdmi? but still good for the price


It's going to be a massive problem for most users without a HDMI port, how are you going to push a HD movie or sports from a Sky box or Blu Ray for example.


It has RGB component so there shouldn't be any issue.
#14
n00b
loopie
stkrup
no hdmi? but still good for the price


It's going to be a massive problem for most users without a HDMI port, how are you going to push a HD movie or sports from a Sky box or Blu Ray for example.


It has RGB component so there shouldn't be any issue.


Well my Sky HD box does not have RGB component, this should have had HDMI with HDCP.
#15
loopie
n00b
loopie
stkrup
no hdmi? but still good for the price


It's going to be a massive problem for most users without a HDMI port, how are you going to push a HD movie or sports from a Sky box or Blu Ray for example.


It has RGB component so there shouldn't be any issue.


Well my Sky HD box does not have RGB component, this should have had HDMI with HDCP.


Good call. My box is really old so I guess Sky have changed them since then.
#16
They have, Sky HD boxes used to have component connections but they haven't for at least a year.

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