Acer boosts mobile performance with $899 TravelMate 4021WLCi

Posted on Tuesday, August 30 2005 @ 23:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Acer introduced the Centrino-based TravelMate 4020 series which feature PCI Express, a 15.4" WXGA widescreen LCD with a resolution of up to 1280 x 800, Intel's Pentium M 725 processor and the Intel 915GM chipset with Intel's Graphic Media Accelerator 900. This line currently features the TravelMate 4021WLCi notebook which is immediately available for $899 in North America.

Acer says the Acer TravelMate 4020 is an advanced, full-featured notebook, offering an Intel Pentium M processor, the latest Intel 915GM Express chipset and a 400MHz Front System Bus. Also featuring PCI Express, a brilliant 15.4" WXGA wide-screen display, 512 MB of DDR II upgradeable to 2048MB, and an integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 video adapter with up to 64MB of dedicated DDR video memory for outstanding multimedia performance. In addition to wireless 802.11b/g and Bluetooth support, the TravelMate 4020 offers 3 USB 2.0 ports, 10/100 LAN connection, and a 56K V.92 modem.

This two-spindled notebook incorporates up to a 60GB hard drive as well as an integrated CDRW/DVD-ROM combo drive. Preloaded with Microsoft Windows XP Professional, and weighing just 6.5 pounds, the TravelMate 4020 guarantees excellent performance for even the most demanding mobile business applications.

TravelMate 4021WLCi main features:
  • Inte) Pentium M Processor 725
  • 2MB L2 cache, 1.6GHz, 400MHz FSB
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • 512MB (256/256) DDR2 400 SDRAM
  • 60GB hard drive
  • CD-RW/DVD ROM Combo drive
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900
  • 802.11b/g, WLAN, 10/100 LAN, V.92 Modem
  • 15.4" WXGA (1280 x 800) LCD
  • $899

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