[CES 2016]: Acer introduces the Aspire V Nitro Black Edition and TravelMate P648 notebooks

“The new Acer notebooks come with NVIDIA GeForce series graphics and backlit keyboards”

At CES 2016, Acer has unveiled the Aspire V Nitro Black Edition featuring Intel’s RealSense 3D camera, along with the new TravelMate P648 series commercial notebooks. The Intel RealSense 3D camera offers sensing range of up to 4.9 feet, plus gesture tracking, control and object recognition. The TravelMate P648 range is touted to be a light, durable and powerful notebook for those who travel a lot.

Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition

The Aspire V Nitro Black Edition comes in 16-inch and 17-inch variants. Its RealSense 3D camera offers enhanced 2D and 3D image quality, and allows users to broadcast their video chat with background removal. It is powered by a sixth-gen Intel Core M processor. The notebook comes with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX960M graphics with up to 4GB of GDDR5 memory. The features include Acer TrueHarmony Plus with Dolby Audio technology, four built-in speakers, NVMe PCIe SSDs and a backlit keyboard.

Acer TravelMate P648

The Acer TravelMate P648 series commercial notebooks run Windows 10, and are powered by Intel 6th-gen Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7 processors. They offer 4K displays, Thunderbolt 3 ports for ultra-fast data transfer speeds, multi-band wireless connectivity with MU-MIMO, NVIDIA GeForce graphics, up to 20GB of RAM, up to 1TB hard drives, NFC, and up to eight hours of battery life.

The Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition with Intel RealSense 3D camera will be available in North America in February at the starting price of $1,099 (around Rs 73,150). The Acer TravelMate P648 will be available in April at the starting price of $799.99 (approx. Rs 53,250).

Acer new monitors

In addition to the new notebooks, Acer has also unveiled new monitors in R1 series, H7 series and XR series. The new R1 series monitors offer ultra slim design, and the ones in the H7 series come with USB Type-C ports. The XR series features monitors with ultra curve QHD displays.