Acer's PD721 aims to brighten the boardroom

The semi-portable PD721 projector with cordless remote is designed to satisfy any boardroom or home entertainment requirement.

Acer Inc. says that its PD721 sports the high-tech functionality of Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, and aims to ensure ultra-bright images of 2 300 ANSI lumens and 2000:1 contrast ratio, while maintaining the element of portability for presentations on the go.

"The high-powered PD721 includes innovative features ideal for the corporate environment, requiring a semi-stationary projector for large to medium-sized meeting and conference rooms. It is also ideal for schools and universities," says Gary De Menezes, commercial director at Acer.

Features are said to include one-touch operations, an intuitive on-screen interface and an ergonomic remote control. "This new model is packed with features that allow executives to use it easily and with confidence," he adds.

The model has an elegant but robust design, and is built for long-term performance, while presenting a professional image, he adds.

"High-powered application users require the latest in cutting-edge technology in order to achieve the best results. The projector integrates a native XGA resolution guaranteeing captivating results with perfect precision," says De Menezes.

The PD721 aims to support input from multiple sources such as PC, DVD or Game Box, has a digital input connectivity facility, and incorporates intuitive features to ensure true plug and play functionality, the company adds.

The projector is said to be fully compatible with the latest digital equipment and sophisticated notebooks installed.

Video can be imported from various external sources with Picture in Picture (PiP) technology, which is ideal for cross-referencing and analyzing data from different sources, the company concludes.

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