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- The new Chromebook will feature a 15.6-inch display
- Two new monitors will feature the IPS technology
- The new RealSense 3D camera will scan different objects in 3D
Acer has announced that it will display new chromebooks, monitors and 3D camera
Acer is indeed going to bring new products at CES 215, as the company declares to introduce the new laptops, G-Sync monitors and 3D scanning cameras.
The new Chromebook has been equipped with a 15.6-inch display having a resolution of 1920 x 1080. The device will be released in different variants featuring different processors, including Core i3, Core M and “next generation Celeron” processors. Its weight is 4.85 lbs, which is a significant increase from the range of 2.43 lbs-3.2 lbs of the previous models. However, no information about the price is being mentioned.
Acer will also display two different monitors. The first one is the Acer XB270HU, which features G-Sync option, IPS panel and a 1440p resolution. The second one is the XG270HU, which has been equipped with the IPS panel, thinner side bezels, blue light filter-a system for preventing the issue of insomnia caused by blue wavelength, and ComfyView- a technology for decreasing light refelction significantly.
Moreover, Acer will reveal the new RealSense 3D camera, which will be included with an upgraded version of the Asipire V Nitro gaming laptop. With the new camera, the users will be enabled to scan different objects in 3D. The camera is also compatible with several 3D printers. The Asipire V Nitro is being equipped with the powerful Core i7-4710HQ processor and GTX 860M graphics card.
Acer’s new products are expected to create a massive buzz in the technology market.