Acer today announced the “Black Edition” Aspire V Nitro notebooks with Intel ReslSense short range cameras. Acer claims that this is the first device in the world to feature the new and improved camera. Available on both the 15-inch and 17-inch Aspire V Nitro Black Edition notebooks, the new Intel RealSense Camera offers an improved sensing range of up to 1.5 meters from the device and more precise gesture tracking, control and object recognition. The camera enables Windows Hello experience for logging into Windows 10. While using it as a regular 2D camera, it can operate at HD resolution at 60 fps.
With the Intel RealSense Camera in place, Aspire V Nitro owners are able to use their notebooks more intuitively and make their gaming experiences immersive and personalized. It also enables 3D scanning and printing; users can simply scan an object with the 3D camera and save it. The 3D model can be used as a photo or altered for output on a 3D printer.
The Aspire V Nitro Series notebooks are powered by 6th Gen Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX960M graphics with up to 4GB GDDR5 graphics RAM, lightning-fast NVMe PCIe SSDs, Acer TrueHarmony Plus with Dolby Audio technology powered four built-in speakers, 4K 100 percent Adobe RGB options, and AeroBlade thermal exhausts with the world’s thinnest metallic blades of just 0.1mm thin, which are stronger and quieter.
Pricing and Availability:
The Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition series featuring the new Intel RealSense 3D Camera will be available in North America starting in February at prices starting at $1,099. It will also be available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in February with prices starting from €1,299.