We have already written that projectors today are becoming more and more focused on gamers. Acer introduced the H6815BD model to our market, which they called universal, that is, suitable for home and office – but the characteristics betray its purpose.
Powered by Texas Instruments’ XPR Double Optical Conversion System, this projector can display 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels). Naturally, it also supports HDR video output in HDR10 and HLG formats.
The maximum luminous flux of the H6815BD reaches 4,000 lumens, and the dynamic contrast ratio is 10,000: 1. Image processing programs include the proprietary ColorBoost II + and ColorSafe II algorithms, the BlueLight Shield setting to minimize the “harmful emission of the blue part of the spectrum”, and the Football Mode, which, according to the developers, enhances the saturation of colors to “accentuate the green grass and the shape of football players”.
Finally, the projector can display video at a refresh rate of 240 frames per second – true at Full HD resolution, but it’s still a record. Unfortunately, the description does not say anything about the output delay time and synchronization with video cards. Considering that the H6815BD has only two HDMI 2.0 video inputs, it can be used very limitedly in the office.
But gamblers will definitely like the novelty, because it has very symbolic restrictions on the time of use – the lamp “life” of it is 20,000 hours, like a laser model. That is, you will not have to worry about replacing it for many years.
Acer H6815BD is already on sale for about $1100.