Who would have thought a few years ago that there would be a point in time when we could watch our favorite movies and TV shows in 3D without having to go to the cinema? Meanwhile, the stakes have raised even more, as it’s now completely feasible to watch 3D content at home even without using special glasses, thanks to a new monitor built by Acer.
Acer is known for creating powerful monitors and laptops, and it seems that the Taiwanese company has now hit the motherload. Acer’s new SpatialLabs View Pro 27 is capable of providing 3D content to the user even without the need for him to use those special 3D glasses that they give you at the cinema, according to XDA.
In other words, you could admire the famous lightsaber duel between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker during one of the first Star Wars movies and have the illusion that they come out of the monitor itself, thanks to Acer’s new monitor.
Acer SpatialLabs View Pro 27 features a 4K panel with a high refresh rate
Just in the good tradition of any powerful monitor nowadays, Acer SpatialLabs View Pro 27 features a 27-inch 4K panel. The monitor also features a refresh rate of 160Hz, 5ms response time, and 400 nits of brightness. If you’re thinking what we’ve also been thinking when we first heard about the monitor, well, yes, it can definitely support some high-end gaming as well!
Are you a gamer, and you are still not impressed by what Acer’s new laptop can do? Well, get a load of this: the monitor also offers support for AMD’s FreeSync Premium, as well as for the G-Sync technologies of NVIDIA. This means that the visuals generated by the monitor will be smoother and more realistic.
The speakers of the new monitor are also pretty impressive, considering that there’s the Acer Immerse Audio technology, which is described as being a sound system driven by advanced AI. That’s what the manufacturer says, so who are we to contradict? The technology is supposed to combine with beamforming and head tracking to generate an exciting and powerful spatial audio experience.
Acer’s new SpatialLabs View Pro 27 is also doing pretty well when it comes to its connectivity options. There are two USB-A ports, one HDMI 2.1, a USB-C, and a DisplayPort 2.0.