Acer Announces Smartphone-Sized LED Pico Projector

The projector weighs 6.34 ounces and has a foot print the size of an average smartphone(4.7x3.2x1.0 inches). The C120 is powered via USB 3.0 and offers both a 16:9 aspect ratio at WVGA resolution (854x480) or at the maximum resolution WXGA (1280x800) in a 16:10 aspect ratio.

The Acer C120 has a wide projection throw range -- it can project clearly from as close as 15.75 inches and as far as 12.14 feet away.

The projector delivers a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a luminous flux of 75 ANSI lumens, according to Acer. The LED lightsource is estimated to last about 20,000 hours.

"We've designed the Acer C120 projector to be a powerful tool for businesspeople, consultants, real estate agents and anyone who needs an ultra-portable projector that will make their presentations even more effective," said Chris White, senior director of product marketing, Acer America. "It's very convenient to use and provides a range of usage scenarios, making it the ideal companion for anyone that gives presentations on the go."

The C120 is available now for a suggested retail price of $259.

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  • EzioAs
    That's small. Sometimes manufacturers build something too small that I don't know what their target is. Not everything in this world needs to be very small. If it's the size of something like the asus P1 projector, that's seems appropriate.
  • thebigt42
    No HDMI, No HD, FAIL
  • trumpeter1994
    So this is aimed at the business end right? Well since when do businesses run those weird resolutions?