Acer Vero PL3510ATV launches as a Smart FHD projector with 4,800 ANSI lumens of brightness
The PL3510ATV has just been unveiled as a new Smart Projector that belongs to the Acer Vero series of devices. The OEM asserts that it is based on the "advanced" laser technology that can outdo traditional lamps in terms of minimum legible brightness while using up to 48% less power, all while running for up to 30,000 hours on end before breaking down.
To that end, Acer touts the Vero PL3510ATV as capable of a "continuous projection" mode should the user want it on for prolonged stretches of time. It is also rated to orient its picture automatically through 2D keystone and all-4-corner correction, and can also shift its lens around rather than have the whole projector's position manually adjusted.
Once it optimizes its target wall-space, the is rated to throw images of up to 79 inches in diagonal length at a contrast ratio of 50,000:1 and at up to 4,800 ANSI lumens in 1080p (or in 4K, albeit in upscaled mode only). Accordingly, it seems the PL3510ATV has all the standard indoor projector bases covered (and looks like it does, too), although it is also IP5X-rated so as to be more mobile.
Acer Press Release