Acer: Full Aspire 7, 5, and 3 Lineup announced
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We already know that Acer's Aspire notebooks are divided into three classes based on their value, features, and the price. The models with the designation 7 are at the upper end of the range.
Acer will offer two different sizes of the Aspire 7. Besides the 15.6-inch format, which is still popular, there will also be a 17.3-inch system. Both can be equipped with an optional matte Full HD IPS display (1920x1080 pixels). The case is made of plastic and aluminum with a textured surface.
High-end Multimedia and Gaming with GTX 1060 GPU
Acer will offer numerous core components all the way up to the Intel Core i7-7700HQ in combination with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB GDDR5) as well as 16 GB DDR4-RAM and 512 GB PCIe SSD plus 1 TB conventional HDD storage.
Other features are 802.11ax (2x2) Wi-Fi, backlight keyboard, fingerprint scanner (Windows Hello support), USB 3.1 Type-C (Gen.1), USB 3.0 as well as two additional USB 2.0 ports and HDMI.
The Aspire 7 will be launched in June starting at USD $799. The previously mentioned high-end SKU will likely be a couple of hundred dollars more expensive.
The models from the Aspire 1 and Aspire 3 series are primarily designed for price-conscious users. They will start at USD $219 for the Aspire 1 and USD $299 for the Aspire 3. Both models will launch in June. The lineup also includes a 14-inch laptop with Intel Celeron or Pentium processor, up to 64 GB eMMC storage and 4 GB RAM for the essentials. The 18 mm slim and 1.65 kg heavy laptop will manage a runtime of up to 9 hours according to Acer.
Acer Aspire 3 models are also available with Full HD displays, Intel Core and AMD processors, and up to 256 GB SSD storage, sometimes in combination with an additional hard disk.