In addition to the thin and light Swift series, Acer also upgraded the creator’s ConceptD series notebooks to Intel’s 11th generation Core i H series processors. However, among several new models, only the ConceptD 5/5 Pro is a new model, and the other ConceptD 7 Ezel / 7 Ezel Pro and ConceptD 3/3 Pro / 3 Ezel / 3 Ezel Pro are internal upgrade versions of the existing models.
The main change of the new version of ConceptD 5 is the use of a 16:10 3K (3,072 x 1,920) panel, and it can be equipped with up to RTX 3060 independent display. 5 Pro is a workstation-level graphics card version, and you can choose RTX A5000 or RTX A3000 display chip. Both models can purchase up to 64GB of memory and 2TB of RAID 0 PCIe Gen 4 M.2 SSD. Switching to 16:10 panel seems to be the common direction of newly launched notebooks, which can provide more vertical display space under the same body width, which is of course good news for consumers.
As for the 7 Ezel and 7 Ezel Pro, both flip-flop notebooks that can pull the screen over the keyboard. The normal version is equipped with up to RTX 3080 graphics card, while the Pro version is RTX A5000 or A3000. Other specifications include Intel Core i7-118800H processor, 15.4-inch 4K touch display, up to 32GB memory, 2TB SSD and dual Thunderbolt 4 interfaces.
ConceptD 3 is divided into four combinations of flip/non-flip and general graphics/workstation graphics, up to the 11th generation Core i7 processor, with RTX 3050 Ti display chip or T1200 display chip. All ConceptD 3 are equipped with FHD resolution panels.
ConceptD 5 will go on sale in the United States in August, starting at US$2,000; ConceptD 7 Ezel will have to wait until October, starting at US$2,499. ConceptD 3 Ezel will not be available in the United States until December, priced at US$1,600. Of course, if there is news about the local listing date and time, we will tell you again.