At the IFA 2017 being conducted at Berlin, Acer has rolled out 2 new projectors. The Acer P8800 for larger rooms and venues, perfect for professional purposes. And the Acer VL7860 for home cinema fans.
The firm states that the Acer VL7860 is chiefly planned to supply to movie fans who might love seeing high definition films inside their home with the comfort. It has a sharp 4K UHD 120-inch display with a pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160. It also comes with 8.3 MP camera on screen owing to its XPR tech arrived from Texas Instruments. It boasts a DynamicBlack contrast of almost 1,500,000:1 and comes with almost 3,000 ANSI lumens. This means it energetically regulates power of lamp to optimize levels of black for apparent projection.
The projector backs wide color range of 110% of the Rec. 709 color segment and is compatible with Rec. 2020 to make sure the accuracy of color. The firm also states that utilizing the sRGB standard of color, the VL7860 guarantees consistency of color and also gets rid of deviation in reproduction of color. The AcuMotion frame interruption system ensures that the videos are seamless and smooth, as it generates and calculates intermediate frames as well. The device is also compatible with HDR that will permit it to replicate wider variety of brightness and a greater dynamic gamut of luminosity. The VL7860 has 2 in-built 5W speakers for enhanced delivery of sound. Utilizing the ECO mode will lower the consumption of power and will expand lamp life almost 30,000 Hours.
On the other hand, the Acer P8800 is integrated with TI XPR tech that serves over 8.3 Million on screen pixels, roughly 4x that of a full HD display. With brightness of almost 5,000 lumens and UHD 4K resolution, the pictures made are vivid and sharp. It has a 1,200,000:1 of contrast ratio that gives bright whites and vivid blacks on screen. It employs the similar AcuMotion tech similar to that present in the VL7860 for enhanced experience of viewing. The Creston Network System permits multi-set control or LAN based control on the screen.