(+) It is much brighter than his pre-predecessor. Even in Eco mode I have not even impose the windows during the day.
(-) Of course, the heat produced must be carried away. The ventilation is a bit more noticeable than with the H5350. They drowned in a slightly different frequency spectrum. One can but just so accustomed to it.
(+) Had a slightly perceptible During H5350 DLP typical rainbow effect, this has been perfectly optimized for this device.
(-) Only 1 HDMI port - something in the present time little
(+) The menu finally remembers the setting. The H5350 had the error, such as not to remember the Eco mode. He was every time you turn on default (off). The H5380 finally remembers what you set. Bravo Acer!
(-) Is the next point something I probably (for professional reasons) more sensitive than others react users. For the first time it has, however, such bothered me that I had the equipment sent back almost. The dynamic contrast. I can not from it when devices around regulate artificially in the image signal and the still very noticeable.
This projector does so fresh after switching unfortunately very very plump. Once somewhere eg a brighter window appears in the image, he tears the rest of the image signal in the depth. That's disgusting. There is no switch in the menu, which allows you to disable. I hope Acer will eventually give out a firmware update here. After about half an hour and some optimization of scale, the effect is less.
Whoever is allergic to this effect should be examined by other projectors. The 3D feature so far I could not test.
But otherwise a recommendable device.