ACER unveils an impressive laptop with a stereoscopic 3D screen

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We were invited to the ACER conference to which we were able to discover several products including the impressive Helios 300 SpatialLabs with screen for stereoscopic 3D. Explanations.

Very clearly this is the most spectacular and impressive product of the ACER conference. The manufacturer has for the occasion revisited its classic Helios 300 model but in an edition which is called SpatialLabs. That is to say in this case with a screen that can make you enjoy Stereoscopic 3D.

ACER shows the muscles

This ACER Helios 300 SpatialLabs therefore combines gaze tracking technology, a stereoscopic 3D screen and software-side rendering technologies. This is without counting an application made in Acer in the name of SpatialLabs TrueGame allowing to convert in 3D about fifty games at launch. With the promise of having more later. One of the first games is also well known since it is simply Forza Horizon 5.

A mighty machine

In terms of design, this results in a screen that is a little thicker than average and therefore inevitably this is also found in the thickness of the laptop which is much less thin than a classic ACER Helios 300. For the rest, 3D technology runs thanks to a 15.6-inch Ultra HD. With in the chassis, a 12th generation Intel Core i9 processor and 32 GB of DDR5 RAM as well as an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080.

We were able to see this 3D technology running on a presentation video and it turns out that it is indeed quite impressive. It remains to be seen for use in a video game, but we can easily imagine this type of 3D rendering on a horror game for example.

The ACER Predator Helios 300 SpatialLabs Edition will be available in September from 3299 euros (all the same). We obviously can’t wait to be able to give you a test once the device is available for the press.

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