Acer on Thursday morning held its annual showcase for new laptops, PCs and accessories, known as Next @ Acer. From the stage at New York’s Brooklyn Navy Yard, CEO Jason Chen said the company chose the location for being “up-and-coming,” which is likely how the company would like to see itself.
The company announced a dizzying array of products including a new brand for creatives, Concept D, that already features a full lineup of laptops, desktops, displays and virtual reality headsets — including a tower PC that supports up to 192GB of RAM and 60TB of storage.
Acer also unveiled a handful of powerful new gaming laptops as well as some more pedestrian laptops, monitors and Chromebooks for businesses. The company also used the keynote to highlight its support for e-sports, announcing a three-year…