All-in-one desktops generally leave consumers turning their nose up and moving down the technological aisle. However, Acer’s new all-in-one model, the Aspire Z5763, has a few things that may prove intriguing to those that are unsure about the company’s products. The Aspire will deliver 3D content through NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses in stereoscopic 3D, and a 2 Megapixel camera tracks user movements to ensure that you’re getting the most from your 3D experience. The tracking technology is called “AirControl”, and will likely find plenty of uses in the very near future.
The specs (not glasses, but actual specifications) show that Acer has been working hard. A 23-inch LCD delivers content at 1080p, and utilizes the Intel Sandy Bridge processor. An NVIDIA GeForce GT 440M graphics card and a Blu-ray drive ensure that regardless of the medium you’re getting your content from, you’ll be getting it at a very high quality.
Two TB of storage should be pretty enticing for users that want to keep that content flowing. Built-in speakers and a TV tuner ensure that it’ll take a bit of time to outgrow this baby. The Z5763 will be available in the UK, though US markets may have to wait a bit to learn about market availability. The unit itself has a nice, compact design, and we expect that it’ll entice more than a few consumers to give Acer a chance on this one.
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