Acer has revealed the latest updates and new models of the Aspire series notebooks. Powered by Windows 10, the Aspire series caters to a wide range of needs.
The Acer Aspire 7
Aimed at those who want a take-anywhere notebook with more bite — such as prosumers, designers, and content creators — the Acer Aspire 7 is not only beautifully designed with its metal top cover and keyboard body, but also packs in performance with its incredible visuals, powerful processor, and superior audio. Powered by an 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics, and built with up to 16GB DDR4 memory, the Aspire 7 has the power to multitask with ease and power through compute-intensive applications.
The Aspire 7 gives professionals an edge as it blisters through rich content creation, and editing. Opening and editing large files is no problem with up to 16GB of rapid DDR4 memory and up to a 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD in RAID 0, and up to 2TB HDD. Users can work comfortably in any environment with the convenience of its backlit keyboard.
It delivers unmatched visual clarity on its 15.6-inch narrow border IPS Full HD display, and Acer Color Intelligence brings more intense shades and finer details. Featuring Acer TrueHarmony technology, the Aspire 7 delivers deeper bass and powerful volume for all-encompassing sounds. It also offers an incredible gaming experience making it a real crowd-pleaser.
Offering extensive connectivity options, no matter what gadgets are connected, the Aspire 7 has a full range of ports including HDMI and USB 3.1. It also offers a strong wireless signal using 802.11 2×2 AC with MU-MIMO technology.
Designed for ease of use on the move, users can login via a touch of the built-in fingerprint reader through Windows Hello for easy and more secure access. With Microsoft’s personal digital assistant Cortana, customers can go hands-free by making voice commands. The Precision TouchPad helps users work more efficiently, and the Aspire 7 is also certified for Skype for Business.