The Acer Predator Helios 300’s 3D showcase is upheld by 50 games and then some.
Acer is invigorating pretty much today whole item arrangement. While its standard gaming workstations and maker centered ConceptD machines get genuinely standard processor and GPU overhauls, its most up to date top of the line Helios PC is more attractive. That is in a real sense valid: it’s coming furnished with a seldom seen lenticular 3D presentation, and the product and distributer backing to make it in excess of a contrivance.
Acer Helios 300 Edition
Acer’s new lead gaming PC variation gets a totally interesting component: a stereoscopic 3D screen. The SpatialLabs 15.6-inch board requires no 3D glasses (like the lenticular showcase of the Nintendo 3DS) regardless of its high level particulars. In standard mode the IPS board is 4K, however with the stereoscopic 3D empowered it’s diminished to 1920 x 2160, since it’s showing two pictures immediately. As per Acer, more than fifty “present day and exemplary” games will uphold the 3D showcase at send off, with additional profiles coming later.
Notwithstanding the stunning screen, the Helios SpatialLabs Edition gains admittance to the most recent in very good quality equipment. The base model comes standard with a Core i9-12900 processor, a RTX 3080 GPU, and 32GB of RAM. Purchasers can choose “up to” 2TB of PCIe Gen 4 SSD stockpiling. The PC accompanies a 90 watt-hour battery and Killer Wi-Fi 6E, with the standard full RGB console (complete with number cushion).
Regardless of the colossal battery and eager for power equipment, the PC can be charged by means of USB-C, however the restrictive barrel port is quicker. On the back you get said USB-C port, standard HDMI, and a smaller than expected DisplayPort, with three USB-A ports and a regular Ethernet port spread around the sides. Set up a few room in your sack and your wallet: the 6.61-pound PC begins at $4400 when it dispatches in the final quarter.
On the off chance that you’re keen on the 3D board without the PC, Acer will sell SpatialLabs screens. The SpatialLabs View Pro purposes a similar 15.6-inch screen in a compact organization with HDMI and USB video inputs, complete with both a kickstand and a VESA mount. The non-Pro form drops the mount. It’s still really expensive, with the non-master form beginning at $1100 when it dispatches in the mid year.