THE Acer presented at IFA 2019 a wide range of line notebooks ConceptD Prbased on 9th generation Intel Core processors and Nvidia Quadro GPUs.According to Acer, notebooks are intended for graphic content creators, scientific researchers in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning systems, as well as software developers.
At the top of the series is the ConceptD 9 Pro. The 17.3-inch 4K Ultra HD screen is Pantone certified and offers 100% Adobe RGB palette coverage and Delta E <1 color difference. The device uses Ezel Aero Hinge hinges, thanks to which the screen can rotate around its axis, advance and change the tilt angle.
The Acer ConceptD 9 Pro at full configuration received an eight-core Intel Core i9-9980HK processor, Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 and 64 GB DDR4 RAM. In addition, the Wacom EMR stylus pen is included in the package.
The Model ConceptD 7 Pro is equipped with a 15.6 inch screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The notebook is not much lower in computing power than the ConceptD 9 Pro, due to the 9th generation Intel Core i7 and Quadro RTX 5000 processors, offering compact dimensions and light weight. The case thickness is 17.9 mm with and weighs 2.1 kg.
Below in the hierarchy of the ConceptD line are the ConceptD 5 Pro and ConceptD 3 Pro notebooks. Depending on configuration, they can be equipped with 17.3 or 15.6 inch IPS panel displays with Full HD or 4K resolution, Intel Core i7 processors and Nvidia graphics cards Quadro: The ConceptD 5 Pro is equipped with Quadro RTX 5000 and the ConceptD 3 Pro is compatible with the Quadro T1000 board. In addition, all ConceptD Pro models are RTX Studio certified.
Finally, the company introduced some ConceptD 5 and ConceptD 3 notebook models. The main differences are in the type of graphics card used: GeForce RTX 2060 on ConceptD 5 and GeForce GTX 1650 on ConceptD 3.
Price and availability
Acer has not disclosed this information.