Acer presented today at the next@acer event its new range of laptops, of different lines. The highlight is the adoption of the new 12th generation Intel Core processors, but also innovations in terms of durability, pursue the company’s strategy on the path to decarbonization.
Live from Aspire Park in Taiwan, Jason Chen, CEO of Acer, highlights the progress being made to improve the planet, using recyclable materials, sustainable packaging and other initiatives it has taken with the community and its partners. The company wants to create greater impact in actions, but stresses that it is necessary to work together and that all the decisions it makes are for its customers and have an impact on the world.
A green mission in search of a better world
The Earthion mission focuses on various objectives, from recycling, energy, logistics and others. She says one of her suppliers in Taiwan has learned to reduce paper by switching to recyclable plastic. The idea is to get more and more companies to use environmentally friendly materials, but also to help research and business creation around a more sustainable planet..
One of your partners is Intel, which also focuses on reducing emissions and optimizing energy, in all its operations around the world. Intel is working with governments and businesses to fight climate change. Said changed the operation of your production line, even before the ecological objectives were set. And its expansion of operations around the world does not prevent the company from becoming a more sustainable company.
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The Aspire Vero platform is an example of Intel Evo’s partnership with Acer, greener without compromise. The mission is to change the the consumer mindset that sustainability is the way. And their partnership goes further, in innovation to change the world, underlines Intel. And Acer is poised to expand its green product portfolio throughout the year.
The Vero line, launched in 2021, is already calling itself a success, giving consumers the opportunity to identify green products. Reduce, reuse and recycle consumables and commercial use is one of the strategies used in the line. The Aspire Vero line has even received several awards. And that’s why today he introduced new Vero products.
Aspire Vero has 14-inch and 15-inch versions, with 12th Gen Intel and Windows 11. It of course uses Intel’s Evo platform, all materials were created with plastic recovered from the sea and the OceanGlass trackpad is built with the same material. The chassis uses 30% recycled plastic, the frame too, and the keycaps use 50% PCR plastic. It is possible to replace the RAM and the SDD by simply removing the screwed lower cover.
Like the packaging is also made from recycled materials, uses water-based ink and the boxes can be used to store toys or books, giving it a second life, instead of throwing it in the trash. And why not use it as a bed for a cat or a potted plant? Here is the manufacturer’s suggestion.
The 14-inch model arrives in August from 899 euros and the 15-inch starts at 999 euros.
It also introduced the first generation of the Vero AIO, a workstation also made with green materials. But it retains the same features and uses the latest Intel processors. Your mouse and keyboard are also made from recycled materials. And two Acer Vero monitors, produced with 85% recycled materials, with a resolution of 1080p and 27 inches of screen. It has a power of 90 W via USB.
The company intends to continue to launch more products, such as mice and keyboards (65% recycled materials). Its batteries have been improved for greater autonomy and therefore energy saving. THE Vero Apparel is a collection of backpacks, bags and protective covers also made from plastics recovered at sea..
The Swift 3 series has also been updated, with a 2.8K resolution screen and an Evo platform. It is equipped with 12th generation Intel i7 H-series processors. The OLED screen is really its main novelty, offering 14 inches and a higher resolution, with HDR500 display and EyeSafe certification. This model uses TouchPad with plastics reclaimed from the sea, adding something eco-friendly to the range. It has up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and PCIe Gen 4 SSDs. It promises up to 10 hours of battery life, promising to charge 4 hours in 30 minutes.
The Swift 3 OLED hits the market in July from 999 euros.
The manufacturer also offers the Spin 5 and Spin 3 models. The first features a 12th generation Intel chip and an Intel Iris Xe graphics card., 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB PCIe Gen 4 SSD. It has a 14-inch touchscreen and 2560×1600 resolution in 16:10 aspect ratio. The Spin 3 has similar specs, being more compact and convertible, backed by an Acer Active Stylus digital pen so you can write anywhere. The Spin 5 arrives in July from 1,399 euros and the Spin 3 at 999 euros.
ConceptD range for demanding professionals
ConceptD is the professional line for content creators and demanding professionals. The Acer Spatial series promises to be a laptop designed for creativity, but also for various possibilities of 3D work, both for work and entertainment. It’s a technology that Acer has been working on, offering stereoscopic 3D without glasses.
It has a 15.6 inch screen and weighs less than 1.5 kg. You can choose to switch between 2D or 3D depending on the apps you are using. The new version now offers new possibilities for integrating external software, such as Blender and Maya, and others. Sketchfab offers over a million 3D models that users can use in projects by downloading the models.
It has options for VESA adapters, allowing you to adapt the computer to any surface, display case, etc. Your solution can be used in hospitals or stores, using 3D virtual assistants to interact with the public.
the line is consisting of ConceptD 5 laptop, ConceptD 500 workstation and ConceptD 100 compact desktop.All are equipped with 12th generation Intel processors and NVidia processors. The ConceptD 5 can have an optional 16-inch OLED display. The laptop starts at 3,399 euros, the workstation from 1,199 euros and the desktop from 999 euros.
Play in stereoscopic 3D without glasses
The partnership with NVidia guarantees pull technology from their integrated graphics cards in their laptops for use with Spatial Labs. Even in games, with its Predator line, G-Sync technologies and the Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition supports stereoscopic 3D for new gaming experiences, without the use of glasses. The Helios 300 SpatialLabs edition offers a 15.6-inch display with 4K resolution, powered by up to 12th Gen Intel Core i9 processors.
As for gaming itself, SpatialLabs technology is moving from ConceptD computers to video game models. The company takes control of your stereoscopic 3D gaming experience. The use of 3D games is not new, but what Acer introduces is the same possibility without the use of glasses in laptops. East technology certainly inspired by Nintendo’s 3DS handheld console, which has since been discontinued. The display consists of a 2D UHD panel, with a liquid crystal lenticular lens optically joined at the top, forming a module that can be switched between 2D and 3D stereoscopic viewing.
But Acer offers a new generation of hardware for a more immersive experience, with more depth. It features a GeForce RTX 3080, up to 32GB of 4800Hz DDR5 RAM, PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSD storage in RAID 0, and a 12th Gen Intel i9 processor. And of course, you can’t miss the fifth generation AeroBlade 3D cooling system and liquid metal thermal paste for heat dissipation. And just like selling a 3DS, the company says the Users need to see the system working for themselves.
The technology enables 3D rendering, processing images as the producers intended them. The company says it already has an ever-growing library of tech-enabled games, currently counting 50 titles playable in stereoscopic 3D. The app localizes the game and applies the technology with one click, the company says. The manufacturer chose to choose games such as FPS, racing and action titles as the first to demonstrate the technology. New compatible titles will be released every month, but promises that in the future they will be launched with the technology from scratch. Games like Forza Horizon 5 already support the technology.
But technology is not limited to games, but also to other content such as videos or photographs and through its SpatialLabs Go application can transform in real time into 3D. Application that will be available soon.
The Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition arrives in September from 3,299 euros.
A The Predator Triton 300 SE line has also been updated with the latest Intel processors and the GeForce RTX 30-series GPU. It has OLED screen options, 16:10 aspect ratio. The new 16-inch model has a refresh rate of up to 240Hz, supporting G-Sync technology from NVidia and Advanced Optimus, so users can switch between dedicated and integrated graphics without having to restart the computer .
The 14-inch Predator Triton 300 SE arrives in June from €1,499 and the 16-inch version the following month from €1,599.
Also on the gaming front, Acer has refreshed its line of gaming monitors Predator XB273K LV, with 27 inches and support for AMD FreeSync Premium, with a resolution of 3840×2160. It has a refresh rate of 160Hz and a response time of 0.5ms. It promises smooth, tear-free images, HDMI 2.1 support, and VESA DisplayHDR 600 and TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe certification. The monitor arrives on the market from 949 euros.
As for the Acer Nitro XV272U RV, it also has 27 inches, a resolution of 2560×1440 and a refresh rate of 170Hz and a response time of 1ms. VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified. It also supports Supported by AMD FreeSync Premium and TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe. The monitor has a more affordable price, starting at 399 euros.
Editor’s Note: Updated article with more information and images. Last update 4:12 p.m.