Acer’s New C110 Pico-Projector is USB Powered and ‘Android Ready’

Pico-projectors are handy little gadgets that come to the rescue when you have that spur of the moment presentation to deliver. Although they haven’t caught on too well in our country, this scenario may just change with their new C110 projector. What sets this apart from the rest is that it doesn’t require a power adapter and is powered solely through USB, either from a laptop or any Android Tablet provided it has a USB host port.

Small and Compact

Small and Compact

 

 

Don’t take its size as a sign of weakness though, this DLP projector is powered by a LED lamp and can project up to a 100-inch screen. The brightness is a bit low at just 50 lumens, so you’ll need as little to no ambient light as possible for a good picture. The projector weighs just 175g and sports a very nice 1280x800 resolution. The C110 is expected to be sold at a little over $300 when it releases in August and even though we don’t have an India launch confirmed yet, it should make its way here since the ICONIA A500 is already out and they both complement each other very well as you can see in the video below.

 


Published Date: Jul 09, 2011 11:44 am | Updated Date: Jul 09, 2011 11:44 am