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Acer launches a range of innovative products

Acer, the world’s second largest computer major, has launched a bevy of products like a revolutionary 3D notebook, touch-screen notebook (for the first time in India) and a 3D projector into the


December 03, 2009  |  comments ( 0 )  | 
Acer launches a range of innovative products

Acer, the world’s second largest computer major, has launched a bevy of products like a revolutionary 3D notebook, touch-screen notebook (for the first time in India) and a 3D projector into the Indian PC market. With the introduction of the 5738D 3D notebook Acer is living up to its tradition of pioneering the commercialisation of revolutionary technology. Acer’s laptop with Multitouch Display, the Acer Aspire 5738PzG series, includes a 15.6-inch screen with advanced multi-touch technology for an enriched digital multimedia experience with fingertip precision. “The future of 3D is firming up across all shores and we are proud to bring that technology alive in India and go main stream. The day is not far off before consumers realise the true potential of Stereoscopic 3D. We believe this will enable a whole new world order within the mobile computing arena and change the way consumers experience technology,” said W. S. Mukund, MD Acer India. Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Microsoft India said, “Today, technology is moving towards natural and ubiquitous computing and with the 3D notebook, Acer is changing the way users consume technology to create a deeper, more immersive experience. Windows 7 has been built to make new things possible and we are excited to collaborate with Acer to deliver greater value and innovation for our customers.” Acer has also introduced a highly innovative 3D ready DLP® projector. DLP® technology uses million of microscopic, digital mirrors that reflect light to create a stunning picture. This imaging technology is so fast; it can actually produce two images on the screen at the same time: One for each eye. Then the 3D glasses combine the two images to create an amazing 3D effect. 


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