Friday, December 4, 2009

Acer unveils 5738D 3D notebook in India

Bangalore: Acer has launched new range of products which utilizes 3D and multi-touch technology. Their new products include notebooks, Projectors, and all-in-one PCs, according to think digit.

In their multitouch segment is a new Acer Aspire 5738PzG series notebook which comes with a large 15.6" multitouch screen, and comes with Windows 7 to make full use of the feature. The laptop is priced at Rs. 43,500 excluding taxes.

Another interesting product they have launched which used multitouch, is Aspire 5600 series All-in-One (AIO) PCs. The AIO comes with a full 1080p HD enabled 23" multi-touch screen, with a powerful configuration: a Intel Core 2 Quad processor 2.33GHz (Q8200), 4GB of RAM, a 1TB HDD, and a 512MB graphics card. The AIO PC will also come with an inbuilt DVD RW, and TV Tuner. Loaded with Window 7 Home Premium and a suite of Acer application to help ease users into their new touch environment. The series is priced at a starting point of Rs. 60,000 excluding taxes.

Among their new 3D-enabled products is the new 5738D 3D Notebook, and the X1261 3D-ready projector.

The new notebook uses a combination of a special 3D "coating" on the screen, and polarized glasses to bring you a 3D experience. It will also come with a software which will allow it to display videos, images, and games in 3D. The notebook is HDTV ready and comes with a connector which will allow it to be used with an external screen - although you will in most certainty lose the 3D functionality in this case. The notebook will also come with 4GB memory, and an option of either a dual-core Pentium, or a Core 2 Duo processor. The netbooks will start at a price of Rs. 43,000 for the Aspire 5738DzG.

The new X1261 projector showcases "2500 ANSI Lumens brightness, a contrast ratio of upto 3700:1 a native XGA resolution & a lamp life of upto 4000 hours." It is capable of displaying 3D images by projecting both right-eye and left-eye images which can then be viewed using an appropriate 3D glasses to get a 3D effect.


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