Today at its next@acer event, Acer unveiled new products from just about every category. From its ConceptD brand, which is for creators, there's a new ConceptD 7, ConceptD 7 Pro, and ConceptD 300.
The ConceptD 7 and 7 Pro are the laptops of the bunch, as you can see from the image above. They've got Intel 10th-generation processors, Wi-fi 6, Thunderbolt 3, and a 15.6-inch PANTONE-validated 4K display. The ConceptD Pro comes with up to an Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 GPU, packing 16GB of GDDR6 memory, 48 RT cores, 384 Tensor cores, and 3,072 CUDA cores. The non-Pro model packs GeForce RTX graphics.
The laptops also have a new 'Vortex Flow' cooling solution. It's meant to be quieter at less than 40dBA, but the three fans work together to keep the device cool. They also include other perks like full Thunderbolt 3 ports, USB 3.2 Gen 2, and more.
The ConceptD 7 and 7 Pro will arrive in North America in December, starting at $3,299.99 and $3,499.99, respectively. It's also coming to EMEA regions in October, starting at €2,899 and €3,699, respectively.
And then there's the ConceptD 300 desktop, which is meant to be small and powerful with its 18L chassis and Nvidia GeForce GTX 3070 graphics. It has a triangular-patterned vent on the front that's meant to be both stylish and efficient, and the cooling is meant to stay under 40dBA.
The ConceptD 300 is coming to EMEA regions in November starting at €1,299.