NEW DELHI: Acer on Wednesday launched 3D notebooks and a laptop with multi-touch display. The Aspire 3D notebooks come in Pentium dual core and Core2Duo platforms, with prices starting at Rs.43,500, while the two models of multi-touch display cost Rs.43,500 and Rs.60,000.
The 3D-enabled notebooks rely on a 3D film coating on the display, polarising glasses and bespoke software to display videos, games and photos in 3D.
Unique LCD technology works flawlessly as both 2D and 3D displays to create a brilliant video and photo viewing experience. Real-time 2D-to-3D playback convert technology enables the viewing of any video, DVDs, pictures and games as virtual 3D output.
“The future of 3D is firming up and we are proud to bring that technology alive in India and go main stream,” said Acer India Managing Director W. S. Mukund.
Similarly, the Aspire multi-touch series gives enriched digital multimedia experience with fingertip precision. Navigation is quick and seamless with touch screen features which allow the user to instinctively zoom in and out, manipulate pictures and artwork easily, browse photos, websites or documents by simply touching the screen.