Acer reveals AS5745 and AS7745 Series notebooks for the US market
Acer has released two more notebooks for the US market, where the AS5745 and AS7745 Series models are geared for those who are looking for something more than just the bare basics. The two notebooks will be one step ahead of entry-level models, featuring a range of specifications that include quad-core processing, a quartet of memory slots, a secondary hard disk drive support, branded discrete graphics, multi-touch screen technology, LED-backlit displays and/or Dolby Home Theater v3 for that added punch. Still, Acer surprisingly managed to keep the price surprisingly low at $699 upwards. To know more about either the AS5745 or AS7745, why not read on in the extended post?
Both lines of notebooks will feature a handsome, thin-and-light industrial design with a glossy black cover, although you might want to get a cleaning cloth ready always just in case as there will definitely be a whole lot of fingerprints to wipe away whenever your friends or colleagues take a gander at it. The AS5745 Series will come with a 15.6″ high-definition (HD) widescreen display at 1,366 x 768 resolution, while the AS7745 Series sports a 17.3″ HD+ widescreen display at 1,600 x 900 resolution. Models like the Aspire AS5745PG comes with a multi-touch screen display for a natural, intuitive way of interacting with applications and digital data, where it will have the Intel Core i7 processor working in tandem with the NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics for a first-rate multimedia experience. As for the Aspire AS7745G, this mobile powerhouse is outfitted with an Intel Core i7 processor, a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 graphics chipset and a second hard drive support with Blu-ray support.
Dolby Home Theater v3 audio capability combined with S/PDIF support for digital speakers will deliver extraordinarily clear audio, and you need not worry about the operating system since every notebook is outfitted with Microsoft Windows 7 Premium. Apart from that, your wireless capability is also up to date since both series sport the Acer Nplify 802.11 b/g/n wireless chipset and a digital media reader. You can be sure that either way round, you won’t be short of processing firepower on the graphical front, which is always a good thing since you never know when you might end up as a gamer.