Tuesday, December 6, 2011

New 3D Monitor and Projector from Acer

Acer HR274HNew developments from the folks over at Acer as the company recently announced two new products capable of taking your boring old 2D content and converting it into exciting 3D! That is, of course, if you are into the whole 3D gimmick of late which many people seem to be. The two new products come to us as the HR274H 3D computer display and the H9500BD projector.

The HR274H 3D display has a neat Acer chip-based 3D conversion solution that allows you to transform any 2D media into 3D with absolutely no need of software. In addition to that, the display uses passive polarized glasses that are a lot cheaper than your more traditional active shutter 3D glasses.

The display itself measures 27" and also comes with a full 1,920 x 1,080 HD resolution, allowing you to have the brightest, most crisp 3D images for both viewing and gaming. The 3D chip technology also works with any video card you have in your computer, no matter the make, model or brand and ships with a single pair of the polarized 3D glasses. You will also find HDMI connectivity, further broadening the use of your display.

The H9500BD projector supports 3D technology from Nvidia and also converts 2D images to 3D automatically. The projector comes with full 1,920 x 1,080 HD resolution and projects images up to 300" large (diagonally, of course). The projector also uses DLP technology and has a 120Hz refresh rate. A 50,000:1 contrast ratio is in the specs, as is support for active shutter 3D glasses, 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and support for 16:9 and 4:3.

You can pick up both devices from Acer directly on the company's website with the HR274H display selling for $599 and the H9500BD projector selling for $1,999.

Source: Slash Gear - Acer launches new HR274H 3D computer display and H9500BD 3D projector

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