(Pocket-lint) - Back in May 2021 we got to see a glimpse of Acer’s SpatialLabs collaboration - a monitor capable of flicking between normal mode to stereoscopic 3D mode, enabling a three-dimensional view without the need for viewers to wear glasses.
Now the Taiwanese company is fully launching a laptop with SpatialLabs panel: the ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition. It’ll be available as soon as December 2021 - although it doesn’t come cheap, priced from €3,599.
Now you can’t think of this ConceptD as a stand-in for your current travel laptop or general workhorse, as it’s really not - it’s a specialist bit of kit for those working in three-dimensional design, be that CAD, car design, gaming, or any other number of possibilities.
What’s particularly standout about the SpatialLabs concept is that you can work on the 4K resolution screen as if it’s normal - complete with very high colour accuracy thanks to Pantone validation and a Delta E measure that’s <2 - then load up software to pop it into the 3D mode, which will see creations leap off the screen with convincing depth.
The ConceptD 7 SpatialLabs Edition (codename CN715-73G) is a bit of a powerhouse too, featuring an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Laptop GPU, up to 64GB RAM, along with an 11th Gen Intel Core H-series processor. If you need beefy processing, you got it. There’s up to 2TB PCIe SSD storage too.
When it comes to specialist kit, Acer has really stepped up its game over the last couple of years. Sure, we’ve had reservations about the general aesthetic of some ConceptD products, but this SpatialLabs project really shows what’s available for creatives.