Acer has decided to produce 2 new micro projectors for the market. Both powered by DLP, there is the C110 and C112. The downright diminutive C110 (seen above) is a DLP-powered micro projector that gets all the juice it needs via USB, measures just 110- x 85- 25mm and offers up a WVGA (854 x 480) native resolution. The LED bulb is said to last up to 20,000 hours, and it’ll go from dead to dazzling in five seconds flat. Moving up a couple notches, there’s the C112 (pictured after the break), complete with an optional external battery (good for two hours, we’re told), a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and an identical WVGA resolution. So it seems like the major difference is USB powered or battery powered. Given that USB provides 5W of power, we don’t have high expectations for these 2 units however they could be the beginning of micro projectors that can be powered off a laptop.