ACER Latest News: Company Launched Latest Aspire Series Of Cheap Laptops
In the era of high-end laptops, smartphones, and other gadgets, and all of these come with flashy price tags. However, there are still companies like Acer that manage to still manufacture products that are budget friendly but provides the basic needs of its user.
Acer doesn't forget that not all customers in the tech market are finding a device that is bulging with specs and features and towing an expensive price along with it. Some just want to keep it simple and cheap and the company wants to cater to this kind of customers, reported The Verge. Acer has announced this week a new bunch of laptops but it seems the company is lost in the shuffle.
There are several kinds of mediocre laptops in the cheaper Aspire series together with the Predator Triton 700 ultrathin gaming laptop and the screen flipping Switch series. According to NDTV, the new Aspire models are cheaper and perhaps can be considered less potent compared to other models that Acer announced this week, however, notwithstanding the lack of high-end design and specs, these models are fitted for the budget conscious and just want to use it to perform simple day to day task.
The cheapest among them is the Aspire 1 series. With the price tag of $219, it is the most affordable in the slew of laptops. Spec-wise, it pays the price, says PC World. It has a 14-inch display, Intel Celeron or Pentium processor, a 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB storage. Number two on the list is the Aspire 3 series which cost $299. There are two choices for screen size, 14-inch HD (720p) and 15.6-inch HD (720p) or 15.6-inch Full HD (1080p).
When it comes to its processor, it will also vary between Intel Core, Celeron, and Pentium. The option will depend according to the configuration. Next is the Aspire 5 series which is priced at $449. Its screen measures 15.6 inches with options between 720p and 1080p and comes with a Kaby Lake Intel Core processor but it still depends on the configuration. It also has a NVIDIA GeForce graphics and a 20GB RAM, hard drive options up to 2TB, SSDs up to 256GB and it has a USB-C port. The last but definitely not the last in the bunch is the Aspire 7 series. It cost $799 and got an aluminum case. Inside it is Intel Kaby Lake processor, NVIDIA GTX 1060 GPU. It also comes with a 32GB RAM, an HDD up to 2TB or an SSD up to 512GB and it also has a USB-C port.