Acer’s new all-in-one desktops get sleeker

You can’t tell the U27 and Z4 are PCs as opposed to screens, however they don’t emerge much.


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Among every one of the Predators, Acer ammounced an upgraded Aspire across the board with the Predator-like V-formed base. Truth be told, the U27 looks particularly like only a screen; it’s amazingly thin, with scarcely a lump to show there are segments inside.

The way to its thin outline is the joining of its LiquidLoop fanless cooling framework. The rest is really standard. The framework has a worked in subwoofer with Dolby Audio Premium, yet I wasn’t unpleasantly inspired – there are no front-driving speakers, so the sound is strangely muted. Furthermore, the 1,920×1,080 touch show isn’t great due to the generally low pixel thickness (around 82 pixels for every inch); you can see the individual pixels from typical sitting separation and it’s very diverting.

In any case, it has a moderately low value given the rest are for the most part current segments – it begins at $1,100 – and there’s a less-great 24-inch demonstrate, the Z24, that begins as low as $900. They’ll both be accessible in July.

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