Acer’s ConceptD PCs highlight registrant participation in their immortal planned language, shade incredibly precise presentations, and calmly prepare for what they perceive as something extraordinary and strange. They are updated for graphic designers, filmmakers, engineers, architects, developers, and various designers.
The ConceptD 300 is an amazing workspace in the middle of the tower designed for people doing BIM and CAD projects. Because of its groundbreaking internals, it can focus on focused 3D viewing and movement. It runs on up to a tenth generation Intel Core i7 processor and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics. It can accompany up to 4 TB of hard drive space and up to 1 TB of PCIe M.2 SSD storage.
The ConceptD 7 Pro has up to NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 Max-Q graphics with 3072 CUDA cores, 48 RT cores, 384 tensor cores and 16 GB GPU memory. The ConceptD 7 has an NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super Max-Q.
Both ConceptD 7 PCs have a 15.6-inch 4K IPS show that is PANTONE approved. The storefront has a shading array that covers 100% of the Adobe RGB color space and the color accuracy of Delta E <2.
The ConceptD 7 notepad provides the presentation and mediation skills needed by experts and fan makers who are often away from their workplace or home studio and need to close and change the deal while on the go. The execution and accuracy of shading are fundamental to their work. Hence, the magazines incorporate breakthrough processors and graphics, superb presentations, and the prevailing cooling technology.
The German car manufacturer Porsche and Acer have worked together on a very good quality journal called Porsche Design Acer Book RS. The $ 1400 scratchpad has a carbon fiber cover and an all-metal skeleton. The PC is powered by Intel’s latest 11-inch core processors, 16 GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU 2. It has a 14-inch FHD IPS show and the Journal weighs 1.25 kg. The Porsche Design Acer Book RS will be available in North America, Europe and China.