Acer has also presented a new 360-degree camera at the next @Acer event in New York, which can be used independently of a smartphone. Thanks to integrated LTE, Live streams can be launched on Facebook, YouTube, and Co. directly via the Acer Holo 360.
Acer Holo 360: Specifications and Features
Acer’s first 360-degree camera called Acer Holo 360 is an interesting model that does not rely on a connected smartphone. Per LTE, recordings can also be shared on numerous networks, with the pre-installed Android operating system being supported, including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn. If you are at home, thanks to integrated WiFi does not burden your mobile data volume.
Since Acer is only talking about an Android OS solution regarding the operating system of the touch screen-controlled Holo 360, it is still unclear whether the camera will be extended with apps via the Play Store. According to first reports, the camera, however, should support telephone calls via LTE and thus replace a smartphone.
No information about resolution and price: Acer Holo 360
On the part of Acer, no information about the dissolution of the Holo 360 has been announced yet, which is why a classification is hardly possible. Personally, I am also anxious to see how long the camera will last with the use. With a good battery life, even conventional 360-degree cameras can not be impressed at the moment.