New Acer Hybrid Projector is the First of its Kind

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Whether youíre a tech geek or not, the features of the new gadget provided by luxury electronics company Acer Inc. are jaw dropping. The company known for breaking the barriers between electronics and those of us who are technically-challenged has done the seemingly impossible. While staying environmentally aware, the tech company has come up with a new projector that has a number of astonishing qualities.

Enter the Acer K750 LED-laser hybrid, the worldís first combination projector. It fuses hybrid laser and LED light technology, which improves the vibrancy of color by 55 percent. This feature ensures that youíre seeing incredibly crisp, clear, and brilliant color. The company itself makes quite the statement by claiming that the color brightness, saturation and fidelity are significantly better than mercury lamps. The enhanced digital signals and multi-channel audio allow for high-definition presentation and entertainment, but the non-portable characteristic of the device suggests it leans more towards business and education markets.

The LED-laser hybrid feature has another function, as Acer always goes the environmentally-friendly route. The combination of LED and laser helps avoid hazardous substances like the mercury of halogen gases, consequently prolonging the lifespan of the light-source and saving power. Itís basically a win-win situation, with the additional perk of making the K750 one of the greenest projectors out there.

Sporting an elegant gray and white design, Acerís premium craftsmanship can be seen through the sleek gray and metal surface on which the control pad is embedded, as well as the sculpted lines and smooth, rounded contours that can be seen on the modelís surface. The device will be available in the UK later this month for $2,650, however a U.S. release date hasnít been provided yet.

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Nicolle Keogh

Nicolle graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX in 2011 with degrees in Journalism and French. Originally from the East Coast, she is a recent San Diego transplant who is trying to take advantage of all that this sunny city has to offer. She was a contributor to her campus newspapers at SMU and was previously the Editor of San Diego-based start-up DailyCrowdsource....(Read More)

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