The Acer K750 is the world’s first 1080p projector equipped with a hybrid laser-LED light technology. The company claims that the hybrid laser-LED technology improves color saturation by 55%. The K750 projector uses both LED and laser light sources. Acer says that this significantly improves color brightness when compared to high-pressure mercury lamps. This technology also increases the light-source lifetime to 20,000 hours in ExtremeECO mode and enables as much as 90% power savings, helping to reduce the total cost of ownership over its life.
It has a brightness of up to 1,500 lumens and a contrast ratio up to 100,000:1. The HDMI® port delivers uncompressed digital signals and multi-channel audio, providing easy connectivity to high-definition video. In addition, the K750 projector is equipped with at least two connectors for multiple-PC source input, including D-Sub and HDMI®, offering more flexible connectivity and instant switching.
The K750 features instant on/off capability with no cool-down period needed after turning the projector off. Moreover, Acer says that its SmartFormat technology instantly synchronizes with wide-format displays without any resolution adjustments from the notebook, while supporting multi-format for instant projection. The projector has an gray-and-white portable design with an embedded control pad on the sleek gray and metal surface. It has sculpted lines on the ventilation grill and has smooth, rounded contours.