Acer Aspire 3D 15 SpatialLabs Edition is the latest Laptop with 3D display that does not need glasses to create the depth effect. The laptop will be introduced at CES 2024, which is scheduled to take place between January 9-12.

To work, the Acer laptop uses technology that tracks the position of the user’s eyes and head and displays an almost identical two-dimensional image. The result is like an optical illusion, practically resembling a three-dimensional image.

Acer’s idea is to make 3D content more accessible, lowering the price of entry and making the experience as intuitive as traditional content. Aspire 3D 15 SpatialLabs can be used to view three-dimensional projects in more detail.

But just like last year’s model, the Aspire 3D 15 SpatialLabs has its limitations: its technology only allows one person to control 3D content at a time.

The laptop has a 15.6″ display that displays images at 4K (3840x2160p) in 2D, but downscales it to 1920x2160p in 3D. Inside the device, the device It can be equipped with up to an Intel Core i7-13620H processor, GeForce RTX 4050 GPU, 32 GB DDR5 RAM and 2 TB storage.

For connections, the Aspire 3D 15 has HDMI 2.1 output, USB-C Thunderbolt 4, Ethernet and headphone jack, and three USB 3.2 ports.

It is clear that it is under construction. Portability isn’t the focus of the Aspire 3D 15. You can see from the images that it is a large notebook with very distinct edges.

Windows Copilot Support

In the laptop announcement, Acer highlighted native support for Copilot. The company states that the Aspire 3D 15 has a dedicated button to activate the artificial intelligence (AI) assistant.

In addition, the laptop also makes use of other AI functions such as PurifiedView for camera enhancement (background blur, auto-framing, noise reduction) and PurifiedVoice, which optimizes the sound captured by the microphone.

Price and availability

Acer Aspire 3D 15 SpatialLabs Edition will be sold at a price of US$ 1,399 (R$ 6,820 with direct conversion). There are no predictions regarding the laptop’s arrival in Brazil.

Source: Tec Mundo

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