Acer S5201M ultra-short-throw projector comes with SmartPen for more interactive presentations

Acer S5201M ultra-short-throw projector comes with SmartPen for more interactive presentations

Acer America today has launched a new ultra-short-throw projector which comes with Acer SmartPen that allowing you to write directly on the projected image for more interactive presentations.

The DLP 3D Ready Acer S5201M projector has a sleek design with rounded contours and a dark steel-gray finish. It weighs only 7.7 pounds and measures 11.4″ W x 10.0″ D x 3.9″ H. The projector offers XGA resolution (1024×768), brightness of up to 3000 ANSI lumens, a high 4500:1 contrast ratio and a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. It also can be adjusted to a maximum UXGA (1600×1200) resolution as well as 1080p (1920×1080) output with a true 24p frame rate and a 16:9 aspect ratio, and to represent 3D content when paired with a 3D software player and DLP Link 3D glasses.

The projector comes bundled with Acer eProjection Management software which allows the projector to be controlled via LAN or WiFi,  It also is abale to display a presentation, photos or videos directly form USB flash drive, without the need of a laptop or computer. S5201M has a range of outputs to give presenters the flexibility, including two HDMI ports, two USB ports, mini USB, composite video, component video, S-video mini DIN, and a stereo mini Jack.

The projector comes with Acer SmartPen which transforms the projector into an interactive collaboration center, also acts as a remote control to let presenters control their presentation and can be used from up to 32 feet away from the image.

The Acer S5201M projector is available now for customers in the United States and Canada with (MSRP) of $999.99.

Source: Acer

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