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Acer's ConceptD notebooks and PCs bring premium performance to creatives

By Aaron Yip - on 22 Oct 2020, 10:55pm

Acer's ConceptD notebooks and PCs bring premium performance to creatives

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At their recent next@acer global press conference, Acer announced various additions to their diverse spread of computer offerings, one aspect of which included new models for their power-centric ConceptD PC range.

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The ConceptD family is one tailored for professional and enthusiast creatives, and the first new addition is the ConceptD 300 mid-tower 18L desktop, designed primarily for BIM and CAD projects as well as intensive 3D modeling, rendering and animation. Appearance-wise, it features a beautiful white finish, elegant wood panel top and black front panel, exuding a classy yet professional vibe. 

In terms of specs, the ConceptD 300 includes up to a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics and 64GB memory, making tough projects like video editing, CAD, and 3D modeling projects a real breeze. Combined with up to a 4TB HDD and up to 1TB  of SSD storage, as well as a full suite of ports, it's an ideal partner for professional creatives with heavy-duty tasks, such as architects and 3D artists.

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Moving on, we also got updated versions of the 15.6-inch ConceptD 7 and 7 Pro notebooks, which deliver desktop-caliber performance in a notebook-sized frame. Both of these models come with 10th Gen Intel Core processors, a built-in AI for intelligent performance, Intel Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 3 technology and a 4K IPS display. 

Of course, the ConceptD 7 Pro comes with a little extra compared to the regular version. It is able to support various high-performance GPUs such as the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000.

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On top of that, the duo's cooling mechanisms have also seen enhancements. Along with a new custom-engineered thermal cooling solution, both notebooks' cooling package includes three high-efficiency fans and Acer’s latest thermal cooling technology, which work in tandem to generate a unique aerodynamic ‘Vortex Flow’ which is much quieter than before.

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