With Acer’s new ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition laptop, you can view 3D content without wearing the dedicated glasses.
But viewing 3D images without glasses costs more than 3,500 euros.
The eye-tracking technology of the new Acer laptop allows you to display 3D images in real time
Acer today unveiled its latest ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition laptop which, as the name implies, is equipped with the brand’s SpatialLabs technology, introduced earlier this year.
What makes this laptop so special is that it allows you to view three-dimensional images, without the need for the user to wear glasses prepared for that purpose. In the specific case of the new laptop, it is the set of cameras located above the screen that allow 3D viewing. All because they are equipped with eye-tracking technology that tracks the movements of the user’s head and eyes to display stereoscopic 3D images in real time.
According to Acer, the new notebook is ideal for professionals in the field of 3D modeling, as it allows creators to view their work from different angles and under the most diverse lighting conditions.
Also depending on the brand, the new laptop can work in conjunction with a 2D monitor to facilitate editing work and allow creators to see the changes made, in real time.
Specifications Acer ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition
Acer has equipped the ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition notebook with an Intel Core i / up to 11th generation processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 motherboard and 64GB of DDR4 memory. The SSD storage is 2 TB.
Otherwise, the UHD display offers 4K resolution with support for the Pantone color palette that includes the full Adobe RGB color gamut and Delta E <2 color accuracy grading, for accurate and realistic tones.
Acer advances that the ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition will arrive in Europe next December at a cost of 3,599 euros.