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Acer X1160 DLP Projector - 2000 ANSI lumens - SVGA (800 x 600) - under £240 delivered
Acer X1160 DLP Projector - 2000 ANSI lumens - SVGA (800 x 600) - under £240 delivered

Acer X1160 DLP Projector - 2000 ANSI lumens - SVGA (800 x 600) - under £240 delivered

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Mate bought one of these recently, really good for the price.. Im sitting on my hands so I don't order one too.. but I might do soon.

(£239.71 delivered if you opt for the 2-3 day service. Also 5% Quidco available. - thanks to bingsy)

Image Brightness 2000 ANSI lumens
Bulb life cycle 4000 hour(s)
Bulb type P-VIP 160 Watt
Max Sync Rate (V x H) 85 Hz x 69 kHz
Resolution 800 x 600 (native) / 1280 x 1024 (resized)
Native Aspect Ratio 4:3
Colour support 24-bit (16.7 million colours)
Projection Distance 1 m - 11.9 m
Image Size 0.64 m - 7.62 m
Image Contrast Ratio 2000:1

Interfaces 1 x USB - 4 PIN USB Type B ( management ) ? 1 x VGA input - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ? 1 x composite video input - RCA ? 1 x S-video input - 4 PIN mini-DIN ? 1 x audio line-in - mini-phone 3.5mm

Vote this cold so I won't buy it..

7 Comments

The projector is about £234 (plus shipping)

A spare lamp is almost exactly the same price!!

Someone is being taken for a ride!

just worked it out in our house the bulb would only last 1 year:x

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just worked it out in our house the bulb would only last 1 year:x



the 4000 hour bulb hours is more than norm, most projector bulbs only last for about 3000.

£239.71 delivered if you opt for the 2-3 day service. Also 5% Quidco available.

don't really know the quality of this model but the price and bulb life seem hot. Price of bulbs is a bit dear, for my project it's about £120, but they have 3,000 hour life. Also, to get a case/bag and a remote control for it is another £18 so will go warm on this

I bought a BenQ projector last year for £200 and only used around 10 hours on the bulb so far...I use it more for social occassions than as a day to day thing :thumbsup:

Just like colour laser printers, once the consumables have run out time to buy a whole new unit! :oops:

I am planning on buying one of these for my wife in the next couple of weeks, they have got really good reviews and seem to be excellent value for money !

SVGA however, but I don't want to step up another 100 or so to XGA, we'll mainly run sky through it so wont b worried about resolution that much
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