Two new Vero HL68 Series smart laser projectors from Acer have been revealed. Both the HL6810ATV and HL6810Acer Vero are intended for home theater use. With a combined laser and LED light source, the projectors can produce up to 4,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and are predicted to last up to 30,000 hours.

It is reported that the new HL68 devices support HLG and HDR10 and have a 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) resolution. With a throw ratio of 1.15 to 1.5, you can project an image measuring 100 inches (~250 cm) from a distance of 2.5 meters (~8.2 feet). In addition, the projectors provide 105% coverage of the Rec. 709 color spectrum and a dynamic contrast ratio of 50,000:1. A Football mode is said to make the image “more realistic and vivid” and adjusts it for a greater projection size. A 10W built-in speaker, BlueLight Shield technology, 1.3x zoom, horizontal and vertical keystone, and four-corner correction tools are some of the other features.

Thanks to the Android TV dongle built inside the HL6810ATV, you can stream media from well-known websites like Disney+, YouTube, and Netflix. Both devices have ports for USB-A 2.0, audio out, RS232, HDMI 2.0b (video, audio, HDCP, audio return), and built-in buttons as well as remote controls, smartphones, and voice commands. Launch prices for the Acer Vero HL6810 and HL6810ATV projectors in EMEA are set at €1,599 and €1,699, respectively. In June, the HL6810ATV will be available, and in August, the second model. When the model might be available for purchase outside of North America is unknown.

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