The ConceptD7 easel has been reduced to 15.3-inch 4K in size as the ConceptD9 instead of the 17.3-inch 4K. Model This particular ConceptD7 easel, though smaller, has the ability to “convert”. The screen section is attached to a wrist that lets you position the screen individually from the keyboard, or you can rotate the screen as a tablet that includes a Wacom EMR pen.
In fact, the design of this national “suspension” screen is not new, as was the case with the Aspire R7 launched in the Acer20. While this design may not look very impressive, especially for gamers, it gives the users flexibility and creativity that becomes a drawing board instead of a plain laptop A.
Targeting creative work, the ConceptD7 Easy Laptop display has 100% Adobe RGB color coverage, Delta E <2 color accuracy and high color accuracy with 400 Nit Brightness. Including anti-shine coating
Inside ConceptD7 easel is a 10th generation Intel H-Series chip, with 32GB of RAM and a configuration set for gaming with 2GB of SSD PCI. There is also a Pro version with Intel Zion chip. Both the Pro and Pro models use GPUs from NVIDA, but the Pro version will use the Quadro RTX, both of which are part of NVIDIA’s RTX Studio program and include drivers specifically designed to enhance software performance. For creative work. Ports of the two versions include Thunderbolt 3, SD slot, DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0.
In addition to the new laptops, Acer has also introduced ConceptD700PC Desktop that aims to create content for users. The ConceptD700 will be available with Intel Zion E chip, NVIDA Quadro RTX 4000 GPU and 64GB RAM. Its price tag will be around $ 1,900 while the Concept D7 easel starts at $ 2,699 and the Pro starts at 0,399. The ConceptD7 Easy and Pro will be available sometime in July.