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Acer S5201M 3D Ready DLP Projector - 1080p - HDTV - 4:3

by Acer

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  • The Acer S5201M promotes better collaboration
  • With ultra-short-throw projection, images are big and clear
  • DLP 3D ready and packed with the technologies, the S5201M makes meetings more productive and classes more exciting.
  • Projection Method: Ceiling, Front, Rear
  • Maximum Lens Aperture: F/2.6
  • Lamp Power: 230 W
  • Normal Mode Lamp Life: 2500 Hour
  • Economy Mode Lamp Life: 4000 Hour
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Technical Details
Brand NameAcer
Item Weight7.7 pounds
Product Dimensions15 x 8.5 x 15 inches
Item model numberEY.JBG05.007
ColorAcer; ey.jbg05.007; projector
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberEY.JBG05.007
  
Additional Information
ASINB0056VM53S
Best Sellers Rank #271,137 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 19, 2011
  
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Technical Details

  • Screen Size compatibility: 300
  • HD Compatible
  • 3D Compatiblity

Product Description

Acer S5201M 3D Ready DLP Projector - 1080p - HDTV - 4:3

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Carlos III on May 1, 2012
This is an XGA native resolution projector, 1024x768. It can handle Full HD input and downscale it to the native resolution.
Another site lists it as among the Top 5 Classroom Projectors and Top 4 Interactive Projectors (it has interactive software using a smart pointer/pen that detects cursor position and clicks, thus making full use of the short-throw capability of the projector).

Illumination is about 3000 lumens claimed, 2600 actual, again aided by the short-throw distance.
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This was a refurbished unit and has performed well in it's first 2 weeks of use. I look forward to being able to give more thorough review upon greater use.
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So it's not a SMARTBoard and not as cool but it does pretty much the same thing and it's a hell of a lot cheaper. I bought this for my 5th grade class as the thought of getting a short throw projector and interactive whiteboard capaiblity for under a grand was pretty appealing. I've been using it for about 6 months now and it's performing as expected.

Pros:
-Cost is definitely the biggest pro. It pains me to see our school drop $4-$5k on a SMARTboard and hear the teacher tell us about how much she loves that she can now watch videos in class and show powerpoint slides. Yep, you could have done that with a $200 projector and a wall.
-You can project on any surface
-The interactive functionality (the pen) is a nice feature, particularly for a classroom. While we don't do a lot of interactive "games", the kids can annotate over projected homework pages and shade grids and circles during fractions discussions, highlight points on a map during social studies or just show their work using it as an electronic whiteboard
-In general, it's just a pretty good short throw, very bright projector

Cons:
-While the interactive pen works fairly well, it's definitely not as dialed in as a freshly calibrated SMARTBoard is. Depending on the angle I hold it at and am standing at, it's sometimes a little off the mark of where I thought I was clicking. It just takes a little getting used to though.
-the annotating software (NXBoard) software that comes with it is pretty buggy. I had it running one time and was pretty impressed with all it's features but it froze on me about 3 times and finally I just killed it.
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