Acer Unveils Sleek ConceptD PCs, Predator Gaming Displays And Spin Convertibles At CES 2020
Acer is rolling out some interesting devices at CES 2020 that will land later this year. One of the products is the ConceptD 7 Ezel convertible notebook aimed at creative professionals. Acer says that the laptop is designed to allow creators to make and share ideas with a color-accurate 4K UHD touch screen display that swivels and rotates in any of five usage modes. The machine is "ideal" for heavy workflows, says Acer, and features up to a 10 Gen Intel Core H-Series processor, the latest NVIDIA GPUs, 15.6-inch screen, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to 2TB NVMe PCIe SSDs.
Acer is also offering a ConceptD 7 Ezel Pro with a Xeon processor, up to an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPU, ECC memory, 15.6-inch screen, and Windows 10 Pro for those needing more power. The standard Ezel notebook will land in June, starting at $2,699, with the Pro landing in July starting at $3,099. Both will be available in North America.
The ConceptD 700 workstation uses up to Intel Xeon E processors and up to NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 graphics. Acer is aiming the machine at filmmakers, animators, and designers in the architecture/engineering/construction industries. The desktop is designed to be quiet, producing only 40 dBA. The machine has an attractive, Scandinavian-inspired design aesthetic with a white finish, woodgrain-inspired top, and smooth rounded corners.
For enthusiasts, Acer has a line of three new gaming monitors that includes the Predator X32 gaming monitor that supports NVIDIA G-SYNC Ultimate, VESA DisplayHDR 1400 certification, 1440 nit brightness, and 89.5% Rec2020. Acer is aiming the monitor at gamers who also make their own videos. The display will launch in North America in Q2 2020 for $3,599.
The Predator CG552K monitor is a massive 55-inch 4K OLED that is NVIDIA G-SYNC, Adaptive Sync, and HDMI VRR compatible. The Predator and CG552K is ideal for the hardcore PC, and console gamers who want a larger screen says Acer. The CG552K will land in North America in Q2 2020 for $2,999.
The last of the three new gaming monitors is the Predator X38 that offers a 37.5-inch screen. The display has a 2300R curve UWQHD panel and VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification. The Predator X38 will launch in North America in April 2020 for $2,399.
Acer's Spin 5 is a new convertible laptop offering a 13.5-inch 2K touch display with 15 hours of battery life. It offers up to a 10 generation Intel Core processor and will feature WiFi 6. The notebook offers USB-C ports with support for Thunderbolt. The machines come with a fast-charging Active Stylus with Wacom AES 1.0 technology along with its own store and charge slot. An aluminum chassis with 360-degree hinge supports four use modes. Acer's Spin 3 is the same basic notebook but offers a 14-inch full HD screen and up to 12 hours of battery life. Spin 5 will launch in June starting at $899; the Spin 3 will launch in April starting at $699.