bottom line: As part of its global press conference on Wednesday, Acer unveiled a pair of portable 3D stereoscopic displays aimed at gamers, home entertainment enthusiasts and creative professionals. The visuals are enticing (provided they look the same as they do in marketing materials), but the high price and proprietary software may turn off some potential buyers.
Acer SpatialLabs presentation and SpatialLabs View Pro are standalone 15.6-inch IPS 4K (3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz) displays capable of producing glasses-free stereoscopic 3D. Both have sub-30ms response times, 1200:1 contrast ratio, 323 nits of brightness, and cover 100% of the Adobe RGB color gamut. The panel weighs only 3.3 pounds for increased portability.
Elsewhere, you’ll find an HDMI 2.0 connection, a USB 3.0 connector, and a 56 Wh lithium-ion battery. In fact, the only noticeable hardware difference between the two is that the Pro model supports VESA wall mounting.
Latest Acer Monitors rely on software to do the magic. For example, TrueGame is an application that provides 3D visualization in video games. After launching the application, simply select the desired title and click “Play”. The application will automatically launch the game and load all the necessary files from the preconfigured 3D profile. There will be over 50 games. supported at startup including hits like Forza Horizon 5, God of War, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Tiny Tina’s Wonderland.
“This is a completely new way to play, offering an immersive experience unlike anything players have ever experienced before. Rooms feel more spacious, objects feel truly layered, and adventures become more immersive – all fluid, real-time, and without the need for special goggles. .”
At the same time, Acer’s proprietary SpatialLabs Go uses artificial intelligence to enable users to create 3D content such as videos, web games or photos with the click of a button. Users are even encouraged to import images or videos from their devices to create simulated stereo 3D images.
Acer SpatialLabs View (ASV15-1B) will be available this summer starting at $1,099.
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