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ACER X110 DLP Projector 3D 1080p ready £265 delivered @pixmania, possible to use TV voucher for £240
ACER X110 DLP Projector 3D 1080p ready £265 delivered @pixmania, possible to use TV voucher for £240

ACER X110 DLP Projector 3D 1080p ready £265 delivered @pixmania, possible to use TV voucher for £240

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It is on sale for £280 @ pcworld or amazon
With the LG LED TV apology voucher it will come down to £240 - quidco!
Not sure if the voucher is personalized or restricted to one use per account though
Not a bad deal I think, if you are after a 3D projector from a reputable manufacturer. It has not got a lot of reviews, but they seems to be quite positive.

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Use Personal and professional
Technology DLP 3D Ready
Resolution Native: SVGA (800 x 600 pixels)
Maximum: UXGA (1,600 x 1,200 pixels), 1080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels)
Brightness (lumens) 2,500 (standard)
2,000 (power-saving)
Contrast 4000:1
Focus Manual
Presets F = 2.41 - 2.55
f = 21.79mm - 23.99mm
Lamp UHP 189W
Lamp life time (in hours) 3,000 hours (standard)
4,000 hours (power-saving)
Projection Distance From 1m to 11.9m
Screen size From 58cm to 762cm
Noise level 30 dBA (standard)
26 dBA (power-saving)
Inputs / Outputs 1 x component, 1 x composite, 1 x S-Video, 1 x RS232
Video standard NTSC (3.58/4.43), PAL (B/D/G/H/I/M/N), SECAM (B/D/G/K/K1/L), HDTV (720p, 1080i, 1080p), EDTV (480p, 576p), SDTV (480i, 576i)
Size 268 x 192 x 80mm
Weight 2.2 kg
Included accessories Power cable, VGA cable, composite video cable, remote control, batteries, lens cover, user guide on CD-ROM (available in several languages), quick start-up guide (available in several languages) and security card
Other Aspect ratio: 4:3, 16:9
1.07 billion colours
Keystone correction: +/- 40 degrees (vertical)
Projection modes: front, rear, front-ceiling and rear-ceiling
Infrared remote control
Digital zoom: 2x
Power consumption: 224W
ColorBoost II
EcoProjection
BrilliantColor

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According to acer.co.uk, the input interface is
Analog RGB/Component Video (D-sub) x 1
Composite Video (RCA) x 1
S-Video (Mini DIN) x1

So no HDMI, but it supports a 2 year carry-in warranty and 1 year warranty for the lamp.
No idea how the 3D works but definately worth a consideration compared to Samsung 3D LED telly cost over 2 grands

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I don't know much about projectors but this seems excellent.

3000 hour bulb life, how much are the bulbs? Also i presume the 3d needs extra equipment and glasses?

Resolution Native: SVGA (800 x 600 pixels)

this is not full HD (it's the usual misleading - 'HD ready' blurb)


and a replacement bulb for my (similar) projector is around £150.00

4:3
Lower resolution than an old CRT
No digital input
3D will only work when fed with a 120hz signal from a PC via VGA

This is only worth considering if you plan to buy 2 or more for a cheap, large PC 3D experience.

Seems a decent enough projector. Looks like, and has almost the same specs as my old Benq projector, which I love.

Is this an older model, as it's unusual that it does not have a HDMI input? I'm betting that (like my Benq) this cannot display HDCP content, via devices such as the PS3. You can get around this with a component to VGA cable though.

Good price with the 'apology voucher'. How would the 3D work though?

Note that it's native resolution is only SVGA (800 x 600 pixels) anything higher and it just scales it down to fit!

whybother;8502987

4:3Lower resolution than an old CRTNo digital input3D will only work when … 4:3Lower resolution than an old CRTNo digital input3D will only work when fed with a 120hz signal from a PC via VGAThis is only worth considering if you plan to buy 2 or more for a cheap, large PC 3D experience.


thought CRT tv,s are 576i split into two interlaced fields of 288 lines so 288p seems lower than 600p ?

Pixmania - why do people keep posting deals from them?
The worst customer care in the World. Google 'em.

This is a budget projector - it's not 1080p resolution or anything near it.

Native res is 800x600. This is no way comparable to £2000 3d tv's!!

tickedon;8503941

This is no way comparable to £2000 3d tv's!!



err... no. It's a £250 projector. Did you think it would be?

Gort1951;8503269

Pixmania - why do people keep posting deals from them?The worst customer … Pixmania - why do people keep posting deals from them?The worst customer care in the World. Google 'em.



Good point. I only ever ordered one item form Pixmania many years ago. A DivX player, which you could only buy in more specialist shops at the time. Anyways, it arrived with a big delve on the top. It worked OK, but I was still peeved. I attempted a return, but gave up!

inicholson;8504666

err... no. It's a £250 projector. Did you think it would be?



No.

OP: "No idea how the 3D works but definately worth a consideration compared to Samsung 3D LED telly cost over 2 grands"

Wasn't me, was them

tickedon;8520122

No.OP: "No idea how the 3D works but definately worth a consideration … No.OP: "No idea how the 3D works but definately worth a consideration compared to Samsung 3D LED telly cost over 2 grands"Wasn't me, was them



So it was. My fault; I never read more than the first three lines of any post because I have such a short attention spa
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