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Acer launches its new 'Home Theater System'; priced at Rs 69,999

BANGALORE: Acer has announced its new complete home cinema center offering of the Acer PD113P wide screen DLP projector, bundled with the Phillips Home Theater System, which has 5.1 surround sound speakers with amplifiers and a DVD player. The first of its kind, this offer gives customers the unique opportunity to experience the home theater effect with cinema quality pictures and sound, in the comfort of their own home.

 

 

With the Acer PD113P projector, the user has multiple options of connecting it to the DVD player, a notebook or a desktop. The Acer PD113P can project up to 330-inches of quality picture, more than a normal home entertainment center can provide and has a 2000:1 contrast ratio. Equipped with 16.7 million displayable colors and native SVGA (800 x 600) resolution (extendable to a maximum of 1,280 x 1,024 SXGA), the Acer PD113P, the projector has a 1,700 ANSI lumens brightness and 200 W user replaceable NSH lamp with up to 3000 hours of lamp life. Weighing 2.3 kg, the projector comes with internal speakers of two watts output, a remote control and laser pointer.

Priced at Rs.69,999 (excluding taxes), the new Acer Home Cinema Center has been designed to occupy minimal space while giving the user, all the features and advantages of wide screen, cinematic quality viewing.

 

 

Acer India GM sales and marketing consumer products group S Rajendran says, "The new Acer projector offering with the Phillips 5.1 Home Theater System is the latest addition to our portfolio. This offering not only broadens our scope beyond the PC user, but extends it to customers looking for a complete home entertainment by providing him a full fledged solution. This offering will also allows our retailers to graduate from selling PCs to selling home entertainment products and become a one-stop shop for consumers."

 

 

Acer ranks among the world's top ten branded PC vendors. In 2000, Acer spun-off its manufacturing operation to focus on globally marketing its brand-name products: desktop and mobile PCs, servers and storage, displays, peripherals, and e-business solutions for business, government, education, and home users. Established in 1976, the pan Acer Group employs 39,000 people supporting dealers and distributors in more than 100 countries. Revenues reached US$15.6 billion in 2003.

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