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Acer C250i - DLP projector - LED - 300 ANSI lumens - Full HD 1920 x 1080 - 1080p - Bluetooth MR.JRZ11.001

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Product Information

The Acer C250i is a Full HD portable LED projector designed to project smartphone content anywhere, anytime.

Key Product Info

  • High-quality Full HD resolution and wireless performance
  • An abundance of connectivity options

Product Features

  • High-quality Full HD resolution and wireless performance
    Despite its compact size, the C250i supports beautiful high-definition imagery and a long battery. The C250i's LED module offers a long lifespan and high brightness. The projector's built-in Bluetooth speakers are rated at 5 watts for best-in-class sound when watching movies or TV shows.
  • An abundance of connectivity options
    In addition to wireless connectivity, the Acer C250i also features a standard HDMI port for connecting and viewing content on a laptop or desktop computer. USB Type-C and Type-A ports support video-out for smartphones and PCs alike, and no additional software or drivers are needed. The USB Type-A port allows direct multimedia playback from a USB drive for an incredibly sleek and PC-free projection experience.

 

Tech Spec

General information
Native resolution 1920 x 1080 Full HD
Condition New
Display
Brightness 300ANSI lumens
Contrast Ratio 5000:1
Lighting
Lamp life 30000hour(s)
Dimensions & Weight
Width 19cm
Height 10cm
Depth 10cm
Weight 0.6kg
 
 
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