In conference rooms or large meeting rooms, a bright projector is a must. Since the room properties specified there often offer difficult installation characteristics, a certain flexibility is required. The Acer P6600 offers this in several ways. It has a flexible optic that allows it to cover a certain distance or a varying image width. Thus, its built-in optics are already so flexible that it achieves a picture width of 2 m at a distance between approx. 282 and 448 cm. As you can see, he is already very flexible in this discipline. It is also enhanced by the vertical lens shift function, which allows the user to move the image vertically. This is a very practical feature, especially for ceiling mounting, as it makes it easier to adjust the image on the screen. Another plus point that makes the Acer P6600 attractive when it comes to installation is the 4-corner correction. This enables the user to adjust the respective corner of the image separately.
One of the Acer P6600's new features is an HDBaseT interface. This is Acer's response to the current requirements of its customers, who are increasingly turning to HDBaseT image transmission for installations in conference or meeting rooms. This allows the signal source to be connected to an HDBaseT transmitter, which then routes the signal to the projector via Cat cable. Just make sure you use a compatible HDBaseT transmitter. Here we have to wait and see what the Acer P6600 test shows in relation to the different manufacturers of the HDBaseT transmitters.
But the Acer P6600 offers even more practical features that can be seen in everyday business. It features Lumisense+ technology, which allows it to adjust the projector's light output via a sensor. This is done within the limits of its light output capabilities and thus provides even more dynamic images. In addition, there is a MHL-capable HDMI connection, to which the optional Acer MWA3 wireless adapter or the receiver of the Acer WiHD kit can be connected, both of which are supplied with power via MHL. It should also be mentioned that the Acer P6600 is also 3D capable, which can be very useful for some events.…more