IFA 2013 | Acer shows off the DA241HL 24-inch Android all-in-one and three Windows AIOs
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Along with 3 Windows based all-in-ones, Acer introduced the DA241HL Android AIO ahead of IFA in Berlin Germany.
The new device features a 24-inch Full HD display, a Tegra 3 processor, Android 4.2, and MHL for easy pairing with a smartphone or PC and creating a 2-point touch display.
All three Windows AIOs have slightly smaller 23-inch Full HD displays. The Aspire U5-610 is the higher end model. It features a choice of Intel Haswell processors, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 GPU, CONEQ Sound, up to 16 GB RAM, and a Full HD webcam, as well as Acer remote for pairing with an Android or iOS mobile device.
The Aspire Z3-105 and Z3-610 are meant to be an entertainment hubs. The 105 features an IPS display, a quad-core AMD A-Series processor, an AMD Radeon GPU, Harman Kardon speakers, and Dolby Home Theater v4 surround sound; while the 610 subs out the AMD components for an Intel Haswell processor and either Intel integrated graphics or an NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M GPU.
Details are still scarce for all of these products, but we'll have to wait for Acer to fill in some of the blanks closer to the launch dates. The Acer DA241HL will be available mid-October starting at 429 euros (US$566). The Aspire U5-610 will be available in December starting at 1129 euros (US$1490). The Aspire Z3-105 will also be available in December starting at 799 euros (US$1054). And finally, the Aspire Z3-610 is expected to launch in January 2014 starting at 799 euros (US$1054).