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Acer Announces P7215 Projector - Press Release

Acer P7215 projector

Comments by Projector Reviews staff: In the world of professional and educational presenting, brighter is always better.  You can speak to more people using larger screens and deal with brighter facilities.  And only having to replace one lamp is more economical than multiple lamps to create the same lumen output.  So, Acer has announced the world's first 6000 lumen single lamp projector. Talk about a light cannon!  I can foresee many applications where this economical, bright projector will be suitable - conference rooms, lecture halls, houses of worship, and others.  Read on for more information from Acer! Press Release Acer Debuts World’s First 6,000 Lumens Single Lamp Projector Extreme Brightness for Hard-Hitting Presentations TAIPEI, TAIWAN Acer introduces world’s first 6,000 lumens professional projector, the P7215, using a single lamp. This projector is very eco-friendly, delivering light for up to 2,000 hours while using 350 watts, reducing power consumption and maintenance costs. Acer’s P7215 comes with convenient settings and upgraded features that improve usability and presentation flexibility. It features native 1024x768 (XGA) resolution and support for up to Full HD signal, delivering crisp, vibrant details and amazing color. In addition, this projector is DLP 3D Ready and offers advanced firmware that enables high refresh rates (120 Hz) to render flicker-free 3D experience. The P7215 also boasts Crestron® network control and connectivity options such as HDMI®, DVI, LAN and dual D-Sub ports, making it a high impact tool for professional users in large venues. Furthermore, with Acer’s top-loading lamp design, users can replace the lamp in just a few simple steps, even when the projector is ceiling-mounted. Acer’s projectors aim to promote green light source technology without compromising performance. In addition to the P Series for professionals, there is a full range of lineup to cater for consumers’ needs: C Series for on-the-go, H Series for home entertainment, K Series for laser-LED hybrid, and X Series for normal usage.

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