Acer has just announced they are adding Intel RealSense to the Aspire V nitro notebooks! These short-range Intel RealSense cameras will be added to the flagship Black Edition Aspire V Nitro notebooks. These will be the first notebooks to feature these updated cameras and will give gamers enhanced experiences with 2D and 3D image quality.
These cameras will allow gamers who broadcast themselves while playing to easily share their gaming experience through video chat and to remove the backgrounds. Additionally, gamers will soon be able to scan their face and put it in the game, as well as scanning objects for modifications within the games themselves.
This update will be for both the 15-inch and 17-inch Aspire V Nitro Black Edition notebooks. These RealSense cameras have a sensing range of up to 4.9 feet and work with the Windows Hello unlocking experience. When in 2D mode it can record in HD at 60 frames per second.
These notebooks are powered by 6th generation Intel Core processors along with NVIDIA GeForce GTX960M graphics and up to 4GBs of GDDR5 RAM. The Black Edition models feature a light bar along the hinge, 4K 100% Adobe RGB options, and AeroBlade thermal exhaust for cooling and performance.
The Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition notebooks with the new Intel RealSense 3D camera will begin shipping in February in North America and will start at $1099. They will also be coming to Europe, the Middle East, and Africa in February as well.
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