Aside from any availability issues, plenty of new Acer PC gamers should suffice for a wide range of audiences. From a 48-inch 4K CG48 monitor as a TV replacement, to a few standard-sized Predator gaming monitors, full and mid-size PCs, and gaming laptops. There are also two new Swift X models with a 16:10 display and two AIOs with the Aspire brand for productivity users.
Predator Monitors (CG48, X32, and X32 FP)
The Predator CG48 gaming monitor comes with a stunning 48-inch OLED panel that delivers 4K resolution at a 138Hz refresh rate. Acer targets PC and console owners with this monitor, which can take advantage of 1 x HDMI 2.1, 3 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, as well as 4 x USB 3.2 and 1 x USB-C. Acer claims to have 0.1ms GtG response time for the CG48, along with HDR10, 98% DCI-P3 coverage, and support for AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. The display will first arrive in China in Q2 2022 and then in China in Q3 2022 in the US and other global markets for $2,499 / €2199. p>
The Predator X32 and X32 FP are the rest of the ads for Acer gaming monitors. Both are 32-inch crisp 4K IPS and 576-zone miniLED-backlit displays, but there are big differences other than that, with a refresh rate of 160Hz. , support for Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate and Reflex, and ports including 3 x HDMI 2.0, 1 x DisplayPort 1.4, and USB 3.0 hub.
On the other hand, the $1,799 X32 FP / €1,599 X32 FP can be overclocked to a 165 Hz refresh rate just above 160 Hz. The original, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro supports 4 different HDMI 2.1 ports for console users, a DisplayPort 1.4, a 90W USB-C port, a USB-B port, and a USB 3.0 hub. The Predator X32 FP will be available globally in Q2 2022, while the X32 will be available in Q3 2022 for North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa markets. Orion 3000 Tower. Both Windows 11 computers can be recognized with a 12th generation Intel i7 chip and RTX 3080 graphics processor in the larger model and RTX 3070 in the Orion 3000.
Both computers. It also supports up to 64GB of RAM (higher clock speeds on the Orion 5000) and up to 2TB of NVMe storage. Its dark glass and metal frames feature translucent side panels and Predator FrostBlade RGB fans at the front. p>
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The Helio 300 series starts at $1,649/€2,299 for the 15.6-inch model in North America in May, while the 17.3-inch version launches soon. In March, at $1,749 / €2,399 Acer also announced a hardware upgrade for the Nitro 5 that supports the 12th generation i7 chip or AMD Ryzen 6000 chip, which can be paired with a single chip, the RTX 3070 Ti and up to 32 GB of RAM. Like the Helios 300, The Nitro 5 series comes in 15.6" and 17.3" sizes that use QHD/FHD 165Hz or FHD 144Hz panels.
Acer unveiled a lot of gaming hardware at CES and added an Intel-equipped ultrabook. "Class="b-lazy">The smaller version of the Intel Nitro 5 will debut in North America for 1049 $ / € 1,549, followed by $ 1099 / € 1,599 by AMD in April.Swift X and Aspire AIO Ultrabooks
For the large mass of non-gaming ultrabooks, Acer has introduced two new Swift X models with a 16:10 display, a 14-inch model with 12 12th-generation 12-core cores of Silicon and an RTX 3050, while the larger 16-inch model has the same CPU, but with discrete Intel Arc graphics.
Acer notes connectivity features such as Thunderbolt 4 support, Bluetooth 5.2, and a 5-megapixel webcam with two stereo microphones for teleconferencing. Pricing and availability information for future Acer Swift Ultrabooks X and Aspire AIO are currently unknown. p>