The Aspire R 13 will go on sale in North America next month, priced from $899; and in Europe, the Middle East and Africa priced from €1,099. 1,06,000) and both will become available for purchase in the United States beginning this November. Inside the battle armor, however, are Skylake processor options, up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and GeForce GTX graphics cards. The 4K monitors have Nvidia G-Sync and will be arriving in November. The Predator 17, sadly only offers an FHD display. In addition, a new touchscreen option has been added for the 15-inch model in the refreshed series.
The U5 series consists of a 37mm chassis with a relatively small metal stand. The monitor consists of a 23.1-inch of IPS FHD screen resolution. The company is giving both the laptops the all-new sixth-generation of Intel Core processors and will run Windows 10 by default. It also features Intel’s RealSense Camera that is compatible with Windows Hello, a biometrics system that Microsoft introduced in Windows 10.
Wireless connections are given a boost through a Qualcomm VIVE 2×2 802.11ac Wi-Fi complete with Qualcomm MU tech and the new precision touchpad improves accuracy and performance. Staying with notebooks, the mid-range Aspire V 13 series is another to get a Skylake-shaped refresh and alongside that it offers Intel HD graphics plus up to 16GB DDR3L of system memory. 59,500). Also included is a 2×2 MIMO 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter and a standard USB 3.0 port.
Furthermore, Acer also launched a new PC by the name of Revo, which will be a modular computer and will provide customization abilities to the user. 18,500). The company also launched two additional new AIO desktops in Acer Aspire U5 Series.
The Z35 is a massive 35-inch monitor with a 21:9 UltraWide FHD screen resolution and it provides the gamer with an immersive, wraparound and dynamic gaming experience. The monitor features 200Hz refresh rate, which is rather impressive, with powerful audio with DTS Sound, and two 9W speakers. In fact, they have come up with their latest range of Aspire V Nitro Series notebooks, which will see support for the latest USB 3.1 Type-C port thrown into the mix, with the “Black Edition” Aspire V Nitro models supporting Thunderbolt 3 that will see Thunderbolt capability arrive on USB Type-C at mind boggling speeds of up to 40Gbps. The 28-inch model on the other hand comes in 4K UHD screen resolution. The desktops will be available in December starting at $849.
The new Skylake-powered Aspire R 13 will hit the US in October, priced from $899.
Finally, there’s the Predator 8 tablet. Other features of the device include an Intel Atom x7-Z8700 processor which comes coupled with 2GB of RAM.