Although I have never used or seen a c, I think the restriction is that the projector’s software won’t work with a Mac. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. There’s actually nothing else to detain us here aside from a slightly sticky manual focus dial — what with there being no user interface or any kind of image adjustments — so we’ll move on to the quality of the projected image. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. At 35 decibels, the C is whisper-quiet compared to most projectors, though it doesn’t have the built-in speakers now common on beamers of all sizes; on a projector this tiny that would be pointless since it’s smaller than the laptop it must be connected to.
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Besides the C’s connector slot is a DC power input, though there’s nothing in the box. Given the popularity of the MacBook Air and Pro with road warriors, that’s a big mistake, though Windows users won’t give a jot about that.
It’s not the best or the brightest, but when it comes to portable projectors on a budget, Acer has got it acerr.
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It’s good, but not great, with the main issue being its lack of brightness. Add a little colour and the C does well, with graphs and graphics rendered with just enough lustre to impress.
On the bottom of the C is a tiny kickstand, but it’s so small that we maf see any use for it. You will need a reasonably dingy environment and a room that’s flexible enough for a straight-on image because zero adjustments are possible, but used wisely the C will have instant appeal to anyone obsessed with traveling light… as long as they don’t own a MacBook.
At the very bottom? The need to have two USB slots for the supply of full brightness is a little odd, and the added requirement to have them very close to each other will instantly rule out many laptops and ultrabooks.
Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. Plugged into the side of a PC laptop — something that unfortunately necessitates using not just two USB slots, but two side-by-side D120 slots wince, Ultrabook owners — the C fuels itself and acts as a simple desktop projector. There’s acee nothing to it; plug it in to a laptop’s USB slots and — after engaging auto-play of an EXE file stored on the C itself — drivers installed on the C itself will mirror or extend the desktop.
If I was aced OP I would try the projector and set up system preferences to use the projector as an external display.
The cable provided has two USB slots on one end and a proprietary Acer-made figure-of-eight connection on the other. With that in mind scer went looking for the darkest recesses of our test rooms to give the C a try. There is a way to make it compatible???? The tiny size and — almost as useful — lack of bulky power pack and remote control makes the C mightily tempting.
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Posted on Nov 9, And no Mac compatibility? SNIP regarding your intended punwhen searching, I read a review contemporary with the projector’s release and I stopped reading when it started talking about TWO simultaneous USB connections required for Full Brightness – beyond my comprehension! Desktops Speciality level out of ten: This is a Powerpoint projector, plain and simple.
It weighs a mere g and measures just x82x26mm, but it’s not just the C’s size that impresses. News Reviews Insights TechRadar. Ader actually nothing else to detain us here aside from a slightly sticky manual focus dial — what with there being no user interface or any kind of image adjustments — so we’ll move on to the quality of the projected image.
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It may raise the image slightly, but doing so creates a mis-aligned image — and there’s no keystone correction to address that problem. Ask a question Reset. At 35 decibels, the C is whisper-quiet compared to most projectors, though it doesn’t have the built-in speakers now common on beamers of all sizes; on a projector this tiny that would be pointless since it’s smaller than the laptop it must be connected to.
Although I have never used or seen a c, I think the restriction is that the projector’s software won’t work with a Mac.
I’ve used many projectors and have never installed any software that came with them. Contrast — rated at 1, Nov 9, 3: There’s also a small fake-felt bag for the C, though it’s so snug it’s hard to fit the projector inside, and there’s no room for the USB cable. The image is noticeably not HD quality, but crisp and precise enough. Something similar to some devices such as router’s not working with Macs if you install the software. Plainly says no Mac or Android.
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