The technology event in Las Vegas, CES2016, serves as the stage for Acer to present the definitive Intel RealSense short-range camera for the exclusive Black Edition line of its Aspire V Nitro laptops.
In this sense, spokesmen for the Chinese leader have specified that the first team to incorporate this new and improved camera, Aspire V Nitro Black Edition offers gamers an enhanced experience with great 2D and 3D image quality, thus allowing players to transmit their gaming experiences or make video chat with the possibility of removing the background.
Coming soon gamers will also be able to customize their experience by scanning their face and including it in their favorite characters, or by scanning targets to introduce them into their own game modifications, informants have illustrated, adding that this new Intel RealSense camera offers an improved detection range of up to 1.5 meters from the device, as well as greater precision in motion tracking, control and object recognition.
With the built-in Intel RealSense camera, Aspire V Nitro users will be able to use their laptops in a more intuitive way and make their gaming experiences are more immersive and personalized. In addition, it enables 3D scanning and printing: users can easily scan an object with the 3D camera and save it. The 3D model can be used as a photo or modified for use with a 3D printer.
On the other hand, those of Acer have highlighted that This camera, in addition, allows a smooth experience on laptops with Windows Hello, Microsoft's new biometric authentication system for using Windows 10. Meanwhile, if used as an ordinary 2D camera, it can provide 60 fts HD resolution.
What you need to know about Aspire V Nitro
The Aspire V Nitro series of laptops is designed for those seeking an immersive and collaborative gaming experience, as well as exceptional computing power.
Equipped with 6-generation Intel Core processors for ultimate performance, Black Edition models feature an NVIDIA GeForce GTX960M graphics card, up to 4GB GDDR5 of RAM and a top speed NVMe PCIe SSDs, both of which are normally used only for professional servers.I like this: