4K UHD DLP Projector, perfect Acer V6810

Acer V6810 projector

HDR and Rec.2020 compatible for stunning contrast detail
With the best image potential, the Acer V6810 supports HDR and complies with the Rec.2020 standard. HDR not only offers deeper blacks, brighter whites and bright colors, but also thinner images. So what looks like a massive black area on a lower projector will turn out to be as if he’s seen the details seen before.
Learn more details with UHD 4K
Making the most of HDR support is 4K UHD resolution. The projection in this resolution offers detail and realism that is impossible to achieve with conventional Full HD resolution. The 4K UHD resolution is four times higher than that of the more conventional 1920 x 1080 Full HD projectors and is a difference that can be easily seen on a large projection screen. Eye-catching details and sharper definition make it the perfect projector for UHD viewing.Acer V6810 projectorAcuMotion for smoother video
AcuMotion technology, unique to Acer projectors, improves picture sharpness in fast-moving scenes and reduces motion blur. Generates intermediate frames and inserts them between existing frames, avoiding unwanted flickering. Whether you’re watching a fast-moving sporting event or a Hollywood blockbuster, AcuMotion lets you keep up with the action, without blur.
Guaranteed high-definition color accuracy – with Rec.709
Modeled after the Rec.709 HD TV standard, the V6810 uses Acer’s ColorPurity and ColorBoost II technologies to provide the truest possible color reproduction. With such a precise color, you can enjoy realistic images of sports, movies and documentaries.
Wide range of connections
Two HDMI jacks (one with HDR support) allow you to connect a couple of video sources, such as a UHD Blu-ray player and a TV set-top box. There’s also a VGA input, making this projector ideal for connecting older PCs and laptops. A USB interface is ideal for providing power to accessories, such as a Roku TV broadcast memory.
Projector menus include skin tone, sharpness, and overall color enhancements, along with common basics. A rather technically called EOTF function, on the other hand, allows you to choose between brightness and contrast when playing HDR sources. This is useful to adapt to different room conditions or between the brightness of the baseline and the degrees of detail “trim” in the brightest parts of HDR images.Acer V6810 projectorAs with most budget projectors, the Acer V6810 projector has a built-in speaker. This is quite powerful at 10W, but it’s just mono.
The Acer V6810 claims 2200 lumens of brightness and a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. These are pretty high numbers for such a cheap projector. That said, in reality neither figure, particularly the light output, suggests that the V6810 will be able to provide very strong HDR performance. Although Acer has provided ColorPurity technology that combines continuous lamp adjustments with a special color wheel design to extend the color range and contrast of the V6810.Acer V6810 projectorVideo connections include a pair of HDMI (although only one supports 4K HDR) and a D-SUB PC port. There’s also a USB-powered port that you could use to squeeze a video stick. Rs-232 and 12V ignition ports, on the other hand, are provided to help integrate into a larger home entertainment system.
Get up close to the action with the super detailed Acer V6810 projector. Photo:Acer

Native Resolution

3840 x 2160

Maximum Resolution

3840 x 2160

Standard Mode Brightness

Up to 2200 lm

Native Aspect Ratio


Compatible Aspect Ratio


Contrast Ratio


Throw Ratio

1.47 to 1.76 (61″@78.74″)

Vertical Keystone Correction


Maximum Vertical Sync

120 Hz

Maximum Horizontal Sync

135 kHz

Minimum Vertical Sync

24 Hz

Minimum Horizontal Sync

15 kHz

Color Supported

1.07 Billion Colors (30-bit)

Projection Lens

Minimum Lens Aperture


Maximum Lens Aperture


Minimum Focal Length

5.57 mm

Maximum Focal Length

18.67 mm

Minimum Diagonal Image Size


Maximum Diagonal Image Size

25 ft

Minimum Projection Distance


Maximum Projection Distance

32.15 ft

Optical Zoom



Lamp Type


Number of Lamps


Lamp Power

240 W

Normal Mode Lamp Life

4000 Hour

Economy Mode Lamp Life

10000 Hour

ExtremeEco Mode Lamp Life

15000 Hour




HDMI Version

HDMI 2.0

Number of USB Ports




Number of VGA Inputs




Number Of Audio Inputs


Number Of Audio Outputs


Audio Line In


Audio Line Out


Total Number of HDMI Ports


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