Acer launched halo smart speakers today. Halo is supported by Google assistant and offers RGB lighting to bring PC Game benefits to smart home speakers. < / P > < p > at present, there are not many details about halo smart speaker, but Acer describes it as a compact speaker that can be placed almost anywhere. Its RGB lighting is customizable to a certain extent, because users will be able to synchronize it with music or choose from the theme preset around day and night. < / P > < p > therefore, although the smart speaker may not have the RGB function like the game keyboard, it still has some basic RGB functions. Acer said the speaker is also equipped with DTS sound effect, which allows it to output rich high-quality audio. Perhaps the most interesting thing about halo is its LED display, which is listed as an optional feature. The LED display can show the clock and the current weather by default, but Acer said it was creating an application that would allow users to customize the display. Finally, the speaker uses two far-field omni-directional microphones, and allows users to switch these microphones on and off through a built-in physical switch. < p > < p > Acer said halo would be available in the first quarter of 2021, starting at $109, but it did not confirm the price of the LED display version. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today