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The K10 pico projector combines DLP technology with LED (light-emitting diode) lamp technology, with claims of taking picture quality to a new level.
Presentations are a part of most executives' work life, for which projectors are required. But it is often not possible to travel with a typical heavy projector. Now, Acer has launched its K10 pico projector in India. Weighing just 0.55 kg and measuring 127 x 122 x 48.5mm, the K10 pico projector is supposed to be one of the smallest and lightest on the market today.
While all Acer projectors are based on DLP (digital light processing) technology, which offers enhanced contrast, sharpness and image vividness, the new K10 pico projector combines DLP technology with LED (light-emitting diode) lamp technology, taking picture quality to a new level, Acer claims. According to the company, the tiny projector provides 100 ANSI Lumens for clear and detailed images of sizes up to 60 inches or 152.4 cm (diagonally) while a contrast ratio of 2000:1 ensures crystal clear, vibrant projections. The device comes with a two-year carry-in warranty for the projector and a 90-day warranty on the lamp.
The projector is available for an affordable Rs 36,673.