At a press event held today in New York, Acer unveiled an updated and slimmed down Aspire V5 Series of notebooks and also introduced the powerful new Aspire V7 Ultrabook. The new V Series represents Acer's largest and most versatile line of mainstream notebooks with numerous models available in a variety of colors with varying screen sizes, resolutions, with or without touch and with varying performance and graphics capabilities.
"The new Acer Aspire V5 and V7 Series are all about giving our customers a wide range of performance and entertainment features from which to choose," said Sumit Agnihotry, vice president, product marketing, Acer America. "In addition to adding full high-definition panels, more powerful graphics and solid state drives to the V Series, models are up to 9 percent slimmer than the previous generation."
The new Acer Aspire V Series was introduced today with other new products, including the Acer Aspire R7, Acer Aspire P3 Ultrabook and Acer Iconia Android tablets. The new line of Acer mobile products highlights the company's focus on redefining the computing experience through progressive design.
Based on lifestyle and performance needs, consumers can choose models featuring large 15.6-inch displays, more portable 14-inch displays, or highly transportable models with 11.6-inch displays.
Because One Size Doesn't Fit All - Diverse Options with 14- and 15.6-inch Displays to Fit Your Personality
All models are available with a choice of touch or non-touch screen. To make typing easier and more comfortable, all V5 models include a full size keyboard with an 8 percent larger key cap area than previous generation V5 notebooks. All notebook configurations with a touch screen will also include backlit keyboards.
For crystal clear viewing, the new V5 notebooks featuring a 15.6-inch or 14-inch display are available in either high definition (1366 x 768) or full high-definition (1920 x 1080) with IPS technology, which provides an amazingly vibrant and wide viewing angle. These models also include four speakers and are supported by Dolby Home Theatre for crystal clear cinematic surround sound with less distortion. It also makes it easy to connect to a home theatre system, and provides total control over the PC's audio settings with a few simple clicks.
Models are available with the next generation AMD dual core or quad core processors, or the latest Intel CPUs. Select configurations are equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GT7XXM series or AMD Radeon HD8750 discrete graphics for fast casual gaming and rich responsive multimedia.
Touch, Mobility and Affordability in Models Featuring an 11.6-inch Display
The smallest Aspire V5 models featuring an 11.6-inch high-definition (1366 x 768) include touch screens and are ideal for anyone wanting an affordable thin and super light notebook to take wherever they go. Just 3 pounds and less than an inch thick, they are ideal for a frequent traveler, child or for student use. Models are available with the next generation AMD dual core or quad core or the latest Intel CPUs. They also feature a full size keyboard, while backlit keyboards will also be available in some regions.
When Performance is Critical - V7 Series Ultrabooks
The new V7 Series Ultrabooks offer the same stylish and thin design found on the V5 models, but adds a "silky touch" finish on the bottom. In addition, the V7 models include a variety of the latest Intel processors, solid state drives, Acer Theft Shield, the new Acer converter port and WiDi, Intel's Wireless Display technology, which makes it easy to connect directly to a big screen HDTV for watching movies, viewing photos or videos or playing games.
Acer Converter Port Makes Connecting Easy
For maximum convenience, all V5 models include an Acer Converter Port, making it easy to connect to an external display, hard drive, router, etc. Some models include a converter cable, which supports VGA, USB and RJ45 connections.
Acer Aspire V5 and V7 laptops also revealed
Posted on Friday, May 03 2013 @ 21:27 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Acer also shows off its Aspire V5 and Aspire V7 series laptops, with pricing starting at $499. These systems will ship towards the end of the month.