Acer has just launched a new notebook line-up under the ‘Gorgeous by Nature’ banner, which uses ‘earthy’ colours like Amazon Green, Pacific Blue, Desert Brown, Sunset Red and Monsoon Black. Other than the new colours, it’s just a regular notebook, unlike what Asus did with their Bamboo series. Two new models include the Aspire 5755 and 4755 with varying configurations. Prices start from Rs. 27,499, plus taxes and will be available across all major retail stores.
The Aspire 4755
In order to keep up with the competition, Acer is using the latest Intel Sandy Bridge processors like the Core i3 2310M and a choice between onboard graphics or Nvidia’s GT 500M series graphics card. Other features include a choice between Windows 7 or Linux, LED backlit screen, hard drive capacity up to 750GB, Dolby Advanced Audio v2, multi-gesture touchpad. You can also access other standard features like 1.3MP Crystal Eye webcam, Acer backup manager and Clear.fi for video and audio streaming that’s compliant with DLNA. With the glossy finish, Acer’s primary target audience for these notebooks is the youth or anyone who wishes to stand out from the crowd.
Publish date: August 3, 2011 5:48 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:16 pm
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