3D monitor and world ‘entertainment centre’ by Acer steps into 3D world
Everyone has gone crazy for 3D technology, the viewers and the manufactures both. Warner Bros is considering re-releasing all past Harry Potter series in 3D, Super Mario is coming soon in 3D, 3D TV and LCD market is getting popular and more astonishingly now, Acer has released a 3D monitor leading to a 3D PC. Acer has launched two 3D products Acer Aspire Z5763 and Acer HN274H. Both of the monitors require viewers to make some expenditure on 3D glasses as they are not available in plane 3D.
Acer Aspire Z5763 is an “entertainment centre” in fact. Acer Aspire features a 1080p 23-inch high definition (HD) display with an aspect ratio of 16:9. It has by-default 3D technology of Nvidia and runs Windows 7. Acer Aspire supports 5W stereo speaker system with Dolby Home Theater v4.
The computer is outfitted with 2nd generation Intel processor 2.0, Wi-Fi connection with 802.11b/g/n/ wireless standard and 2.1 Bluetooth. The storage is enough equating to an amount of 2 Tera Bytes and 15 GB RAM. The PC is featured by eight USB ports so that the users can attach a number of peripheral devices. Blue-ray disc playing capability is also there. The 3D effect that monitor creates is based on stereoscopic 3D. Z5763 is the first computer of Acer that is outfitted by Acer AirControl and because of this effective feature the one can use hand and finger movements or gestures to perform different commands instead of using mouse.
Acer has also launched another 3D monitor PC that features HD as well, named as Acer HN274H for 3D lovers. According to Acer this monitor PC is world’s first 27-inch HD 3D monitor. For the first time high resolution technology i.e. HDMI or “High Definition Multimedia Interface” is incorporated in a 3D monitor of 27-inch size. The extremely high resolution is apparent from contrast ratio = 100,000,000:1 and aspect ratio of 16:9. The device features an excellent speed of 120Hz for refresh only. For Acer HN274H the viewers need shutter 3D glasses to view the 3D effect.