At [email protected] event, where the company presents the novelties coming to the market in the next months, Acer launched a series of new Chromebooks, devices for creative professionals working with 3D design - ConceptD, a set of green devices from Vero green segment using PCR plastic, gaming products from Predator line and antimicrobial products.
The event was dubbed "Made for Humanity", and has as its main motto the protection of planet earth and the environment, and had as one of the main focuses the adaptation to hybrid work, and therefore the brand launched a line of hybrid products.
In the antimicrobial category, the brand launched the Acer Enduro Urban N3 laptop and Enduro Urban T3 tablet, which are characterized by having active particles that kill microbes. It also launched the Acer TravelMate Spin P4, which is a commercial antimicrobial convertible device aimed at people who are always on the go. The latter model is expected to arrive in North America next January.
As for the ConceptD line, Acer highlighted SpatialLabs, a program specially designed to help professionals in more creative areas to create 3D projects. SpatialLabs Go uses artificial intelligence to automatically convert 2D content into stereoscopic 3D, namely videos, images, games or even a webcam feed fed into your screen, "without the user needing to wear glasses to do so, just like Nintedo's 3DS handheld".
The company also introduced the Acer Chromebook 514, Chromebook 515, and Chromebook Spin 514, and showed how they are all quite simple. The 514 and 515 models are available in 14-inch and 15-inch sizes, respectively, and the Spin is a convertible. The Chromebook Spin 514 comes with Intel Tiger Lake UP4 processors, and a weight of 1.37 kg, regarding the chip is MediaTek.
Acer also showed 15.6-inch versions for the ConceptD 3 Exel and a 16:10 version of the ConceptD 3. The ConceptD 7, meanwhile, can have up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM and 2TBs of SSD storage.