Win an Acer U5220 projector: perfect for any classroom set up and worth £1000!

1Leading technology manufacturer Acer UK will be at this year’s BETT show from Wednesday 20th January until Saturday 23rd January.

This year, Acer UK will be showcasing a number of devices made with teachers and students in mind. It is Acer’s goal to help pupils learn by providing technology that encourages classroom interaction, as well as solutions that make teaching stress-free and learning more enjoyable.

For your opportunity to witness and test these new devices, head over to the Acer UK stand in hall B109, where you can also take part in the Acer Locker Challenge and win even more Acer equipment.

There will also be some exciting extra-terrestrial science going on at the stand… come along and learn how to make green alien slime, and enjoy a photo booth with fun space-themed props.

To celebrate this year’s BETT show, we have partnered with Acer UK to give one lucky reader the chance to win an Acer U5220 projector worth £1000.

The ultra-short throw U5220 projector is ideal for classroom setups, projecting images up to 87-inches at just 35cm from the screen, while supporting playback of multimedia content directly from a USB drive.

Teachers will appreciate the optional Acer Smart Pen, which can be used for on-screen writing and remote control for up to two users to encourage classroom interaction. This projector also includes Acer’s proprietary ColourBoost3D and ColourSafe II enhancement technologies, which provide true and natural colours, even after extended use.

Plus, it also supports MHL® so that mobile devices such as tablets can be easily connected. Perfect for class presentations and watching videos. With Acer ExtremeEco technology, it not only cuts down power consumption but also allows up to 6,000 hours of lamp life.

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