Acer introduced its Aspire V 17 Nitro at CES 2015, to the delight of gamers around the world. Although it might look like a typical laptop at first glance, it boasts Kinect-like capabilities that will bring a new level of interaction to gaming. After all, with a motion-sensing camera built right in, players will be able to immerse themselves in the game without needing any additional accessories.
The new feature is known as RealSense and equips the Aspire V 17 Nitro, Acer's well-received entry-level gaming laptop, with "a standard camera, an infrared sensor, and a laser projector to map the world in three dimensions," according to The Verge. It is so impressive, it can detect all ten fingers as exact facial expressions.