Acer Vision360 and Holo360 cameras are for cars and everyday life

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Acer are encouraging this trend with the release of two new 360-degree cameras. There's the Holo360 and then the Vision360, both of which are LTE-equipped cameras, allowing you to have access to the internet, wherever the adventure may take you. The camera provides 360-degree video and renders it in 4K resolution.

Running on Android 7.1 and powered by Qualcomm's Connected Camera Platform with its Snapdragon 625 mobile processor, the Holo360 can shoot ultra HD 4K-resolution video and 6.9K-resolution photos. The Vision360 has some triggers in case of accidents - it immediately records video, tags it with timestamps and Global Positioning System coordinates, and immediately uploads to cloud storage for evidence. You also get a 3-inch touchscreen display for in-device operations, lessening the need for another device to preview, cut, and share videos to social media networks. This also means you'll be able to set up a 360-degree livestream on the spot without piggybacking on your phone's data.

Now the other camera here, the Vision360, is actually more of a safety camera than anything else.

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The Acer Vision360 is Acer's in-car dash camera alternative. When the camera detects that the auto has collided with an object while moving, the camera will start recording video and match it with Global Positioning System coordinates and the car's operation speed during recoding. When the camera detects that a collision has occurred, it'll automatically begin recording the Global Positioning System location and not only save it in a secure location on the camera, but also upload it to the cloud so that you have evidence of where you were at the time of the accident.

If your vehicle is hit while it's parked and you're away from it, the camera will automatically save a video clip of the incident to the cloud and send a notification to your smartphone.

The company plans to launch the Holo360 camera in North America this upcoming November for $429 Dollars, and for 349 Euro in the fourth quarter of this year in the EMEA markets. It'll debut in Europe during the fourth quarter with a price of €349. Pricing and availability were not immediately available for the Vision360 or Xtro360.

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