Acer has updated a series of professional computers and notebooks of the ConceptD family. The 2022 lineup includes two PCs and laptops each with performance configurations based on Intel processors and NVIDIA discrete graphics cards.
The ConceptD 5 series notebooks are equipped with 16-inch OLED screens with a 16:10 aspect ratio, a resolution of 3840×2400 pixels and a brightness of 400 nits. The company also claims that the displays have Pantone certification and high color accuracy (Delta E < 2). The Intel Core i7-12700H processor is responsible for the performance of new products. The base model comes with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti discrete graphics (Studio drivers), while the Pro comes with RTX A5500.
Other features of the laptops include a capacious 99.98 Wh battery, HDMI 2.1 and Thunderbolt 4 ports, as well as a keyboard with a short stroke (1.55 mm) and amber backlight. The ConceptD 5 (CN516-73G) laptop will go on sale in August starting at $2499, while the ConceptD 5 Pro (CN516-73P) will be available in September starting at €2599 depending on configuration.
System blocks Acer ConceptD 500 and ConceptD 100 are “packed” in compact cases. Both models are equipped with 12th generation Intel processors, but the ConceptD 500 can be supplied with chips up to the Core i9 family, and the ConceptD 100 up to the Core i7 family. In addition, the older version received a wooden top panel and takes up less space in width.
The ConceptD 500 comes with NVIDIA RTX A4000 discrete graphics. It will go on sale in September and will cost from €1199. The ConceptD 100 can be equipped with the T400 or T1000 graphics accelerator, depending on the chosen configuration. It will appear in retail in the same month at a price of €999.