Acer spent one hour this morning launching two products, from six classes. There are three I think are the most interesting: the Predator Orion 7000 computer games, le ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Lomiga workplace, and ApexVision L811 short-term projects.
Predator Orion 7000
This powerful computer processor can be modeled with (above) the NVIDIA RTX 3090, two 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSDs, 64GB of RAM (DDR5, 4GHz), and Intel’s future “Alder Lake” 12th generation CPUs. It’s going to be some of the best technology you can get first in the holiday season.
There will be a lot of competition based on specs alone, which is why Acer’s chassis design and their set -top versions are likely to push people up. The heat dissipation purifier from the main CPU (up to 16) is dissipated by a large radiator and 120mm fan.
Acer’s FrostBlade fans seem to be well -built and show good features in terms of specs. On the other hand, they have to be highly tolerant and protect expensive chips from overheating. The hard-swappable hard drive at the top of the cherry is on the cake for this pretty cute look (official page).
ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Lomiga
If you haven’t heard, Acer’s ConceptD Series is designed for Creative users and possibly even engineers. They may not be as powerful as the Acer laptop, but they can handle heavy work, and their custom graphics are made for people who love good graphics.
Of the ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Lomiga comes with a glasses-free 3D display. Acer unveiled the SpatialLabs technology in May 2011, and the business wondered when it would put it in people’s hands. Well, apparently this is the time.
SpatialLabs can see how you are looking at the image (via a camera), so that the computer knows what scene the 3D image is rendering from. The screen displays two images (left + right screen) thanks to another additional screen. Two pictures are provided, and that is why GPU required 2X faster than for non -stereoscopic applications.
The whole purpose is to allow users to have stereoscopic 3D images without making glasses. It may be useful for workplaces or architects, for example. I can’t look for good 3D, but this is a very interesting development.
They don’t have to talk about the program, but a lot of the time people have spent at home lately, the idea of having a TV or a slightly better home is appealing to many. .
Usually, I go for a YOU ARE TVs (these LG OLEDs look really sweet)) when I need the very best picture quality, but it’s fair to say that one home / apartment six-set set doesn’t fit well and a 120-inch TV is too expensive lava.
Yes, Acer’s ApexVision L811 possible projects a 120-inch inches on any level clean and shiny surface and done with an ultra-short score. As a result, you can put it on a piece of furniture you already have. There is only 12 inches of space between the screen.
At 3000 NIT, Is light enough for most applications (even in broad daylight) and comes with modern features like HDR10, 4K resolution, and 240Hz (1080p only). I wish there was a black model to add to the white.
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