Acer added a new version of its Switch 7 ‘two-in-one' notebook which was introduced last year. The notebook features 8th Generation Intel Core processors, and is heralded the first fanless two-in-one notebook to feature discrete graphics. Its 1.15kg frame includes an Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce MX150, and is cooled using Acer's LiquidLoop technology.
A new Swift 5 weighs less than one kg, featuring eight-hour battery life, multitouch Full HD IPS touchscreen with narrow bezels, plus Dolby Audio.
Acer unveiled the Spin 5, marketed as a convertible notebook and “the styleconscious professional's go-to device for all types of work and fun”. The device is found in either 13” or 15”, and its thin aesthetic is said to “pack a punch”.
A new all-in-one desktop PC, the Aspire S24, is heralded the slimmest model of its kind, and the first one to incorporate 8th Gen Intel Core i5/i7 processors. It boasts 23.8-inches with Full HD IPS display.
Acer unveiled a new all-in-one 360-degree camera, the Holo36, run by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor and capable of capturing 6.9K-resolution photos and 4K videos.
Finally, the company expanded its Predator gaming range, revealing a new headset and Predator Cestus 500 gaming mouse, plus a new 18-core desktop, and a curved HDR monitor named the ‘Predator X35'. The brand released the Predator Orion 9000, named the “most powerful PC” it has “ever made”.