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Acer brings options galore to new Aspire V5 and V7 laptops

accerMany users and experts are of the view that the quality and design of Acer’s products are improving day by day. Just recently at a Press Conference in New York City, where dozens of reporters were present, the company announced the launch of many new products. These included the revamped Aspire V5 and Aspire V7.

So now, Acer’s users and potential customers have a number of choices to choose from. Acer has something for everyone. The V5 is available in the screen size of 11.6 inches, which is good for customers wanting to go extra portable. This ultra thin version of the V5 weighs hardly 3 pounds, so it is extremely light weight.  The V7 and V5 do not have very major differences.

Infact, the only significant difference is that the V7, as opposed to the V5, has a soft silky touch material at the bottom of the laptop. The V7 also has optional SSD’s meaning more storage/capacity. Apart from this, the V7 uses Intel’s Wireless display technology (WiDi), which has been used over and over again my many companies now.

Other than these factors, both the versions are very much similar. For example, both use the Acer converter port and HDD router.

Other options in the Acer series are the 14 inch and 15.6 inch screen laptops, so customers have the option of going for a display resolution of 1,366 x 768 or 1,920 x 1,080 IPS. Moving on to the options the customers of Acer will have, it is worth noticing that the V series will be available in both AMD and Intel processors and also with dual or quad-core chips.

So depending on your budget, you can choose from a list. One of the version has ‘gamers’ as its target audience as it features the NVIDIA’ GeForce GT7XXM series and AMD’s Radeon HD8750 graphic cards.

Although the exact price is not known but it is expected that the V series will start selling at around $499. Let’s wait and see how that goes.


Source: Engadget

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