Acer unveils its V9800 4K Ultra-High-Definition Home Cinema Projector
When it comes to home entertainment, the experience that one’s senses go through are slowly but surely about to reach the par of that of a cinema, although unless you are someone who is flush with cash, chances are you would not end up with a cavernous hall that is akin to a small cinema, but rather, would be pleased as punch with a big enough room that has a large sized screen – curved or otherwise. If you would like to go one step further, how about investing in a projector instead? 4K projectors are starting to catch up in the mainstream market, and Acer has hopped along the bandwagon with its V9800 4K Ultra-High-Definition Home Cinema Projector.
Interestingly enough, Acer happens to be the world’s third largest projector brand, and with the announcement of its V9800 4K UHD home cinema projector, your eyes will be able to appreciate the Native Ultra-High-Definition (UHD, 3840 x 2160) resolution that it dishes out, in addition to the incredible color range that will make the V9800 the ideal projector for a truly cinematic viewing experience – regardless of where your abode is at.
The TI 4K DMD processor will allow the V9800 to serve up more than 8 million pixels, which is four times more than a 1080p Full HD projector. The UHD resolution ensures that images will be able to come to life on the big screen with all of the user’s favorite movies projected in incredibly fine detail, while a super-resolution video engine enables the V9800 to upscale and enhance lower resolution content.
Acer’s ColorPurity technology is also thrown into the mix with the V9800, where it merges a RGBRGB color wheel with unique lamp control techniques, and as a result, you end up with a wider color gamut and reduced rainbow effects. The V9800 will be able to operate at an extremely low noise level of 20 dBA, ensuring that movie aficionados will be able to hear even the quietest whispers.
In terms of pricing and availability, that will differ from region to region, so it would take a formal announcement in due time to sort that out.