Acer K135



Acer K135

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By Macworld Australia on 80

Acer’s K135 LED projector packs a punch, but is a little noisy for intimate rooms.With a 110 x 140mm footprint – slightly smaller than a CD case – the Acer features a full-sized HDMI port along with USB, micro-SD and optional VGA, as well as 2GB of...

By Macworld Australia on

While pocket-sized projectors are great for people on the go – and all four of the models on these pages can be used with iOS devices – there are compromises to be...

By on 80

Weighing 430 grams, it looks smart. It has its hardware controls on top along with a manually adjustable focus control just above the lens. There are cooling vents on the sides and a variety of connectivity ports at the back. There is a full HDMI port...

International Review By 01Net on 40

A l'heure du bilan, le K135 d'Acer est un mini vidéoprojecteur globalement moyen dans la qualité des images qu'il projette et quelque peu décevant dans son confort d'utilisation (le bruit, l'ergonomie de la télécommande, la qualité du haut-parleur,...

By IndianExpress on 80

Like most other gadgets, projectors too have been becoming compact over the past few years. But the smallest of the lot, the so-called Pico projectors, are not as bright as the best projectors. They usually have a brightness of around 100 Lumens, which...

By Digit on 90

Not everyone can afford, or install a typical entertainment projector in their home or office. But, the craving for the "big screen" experience is always there. The K135 projector from Acer is a rather neat offering - good performance, simple to set up,...

By on 80

Though it has some negatives but the Acer K135 is one of the best in class projectors because it offers a good balance between size, brightness and...