Acer unveiled hours before the ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition laptop that, thanks to its two dedicated cameras, advanced software and a stereoscopic display, can display 3D content Acer has also developed special software for this laptop that receives 3D files of programs such as Autodesk Fusion 360, Rhinoceros and ZBrush, and these files for display in this Laptops are ready. The company is also working with developers in this area, but since only one laptop currently uses this technology, it is unlikely that significant software will be developed for it in the near future.
Another software for this laptop is called SpatialLabs Go, which allows users to add two-dimensional files such as videos, photos and simple games to the content. Convert to stereoscopic 3D. The laptop comes with an Intel Core i7-11800H processor, up to 64GB of RAM, Nvidia RTX 3080 graphics and 2TB of SSD memory. In the two-dimensional mode, its resolution reaches 3840 by 2160, but in the three-dimensional mode, its resolution decreases to 1920 by 2160. Acer says the high-end laptop will be available later this year for 3,599 ($ 4,160).
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