360° cameras have become popular in the Android world some companies released add-ons, others made stand-alone devices. Now Acer has entered the game with an Android-powered camera. The company also unleashed some highly portable mobile computers and a full contingent of Predator gaming gear.
Acer Holo360 and Vision360
Two LTE-enabled 360° cameras one for handheld photography and one to use as a dash cam. The Holo360 is particularly interesting because it is powered by a Snapdragon 625 chipset and runs Android 7.1 Nougat. Its 3 screen is small by todays standards, however, and theres no voice call connectivity in case you considered using it as a phone.
The heart of the camera is ImmerVision-certified panomorph optics and a sensor that captures 6.9K stills and 4K video. You can livestream 360° video as well!
The Acer Vision360 has a built-in GPS receivers and the 4K video is synced with GPS coordinates. The camera can trigger automatically when an accident is detected and video of it will be stored in secure internal storage and can also be uploaded to the cloud.
The automatic accident detection works even when you park your car and leave as soon as something happens, a notification will be sent to your smartphone and you can watch the video from the cloud.
The Acer Holo360 is coming to North America in November at $430 with a bundled water-resistant case. Europe, Asia and the Middle East are getting it sometime in Q4 for 350. Pricing for the Vision360 has not been unveiled yet.
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