The CES 2011 madness starts tomorrow and Acer seems to be going all out, as they’re gearing up to launch their new line of 3D Monitors and All-In-One PCs. NVDIA has also joined this party, as they will be supplying the 3D technology required for these products to do what they’re supposed to do.
The new Acer HN274H 27-inch and GN245HQ 24-inch monitors, which include built-in 3D Vision emitters, are the first universal 3D monitors that support both DL-DVI and HDMI 1.4 inputs, enabling users to enjoy stereoscopic 3D games, movies, photos and more when connected to any 3D Vision PC or consumer electronics device with HDMI 1.4 connectivity.
The other trick up Acer’s sleeve is the Aspire Z5763, which is one of the first all-in-one PCs that support NVIDIA 3D Vision and it will also be displayed at CES 2011. It features a 23-inch, full HD 3D Vision display, NVIDIA GeForce
Publish date: January 5, 2011 6:32 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:06 pm