Acer Aspire AS8943G ready to hit the US
Acer is already part of the world’s second largest manufacturer of notebooks, and will aim to further augment their position with the introduction of the new Acer Aspire AS8943G. This notebook comes in a completely new modern and bold industrial design, where it aims to merge both form and function in a single design. Acer will throw in leading technologies and world-class entertainment and usability features as you will read all about it in the extended post, so without much further ado, let us get to the nitty gritty.
The exterior of the new Aspire notebooks sport an aluminium cover which isn’t there just for aesthetic purposes, but will also protect the seamless, frameless display. When you open the lid, you will find glossy and matte finishes as well as silver and black accents surrounding the new chiclet style keyboard, alongside a dedicated numeric keypad for those who love to crunch numbers. When it comes to portable entertainment, you will find a brilliant CineCrystal 18.4″ edge-to-edge glass LED back-lit display with full high-definition (1080p) resolution, capable of delivering stunningly rich lifelike audio and visuals. What’s visuals without great audio? The Dolby optimized Acer CineSurround sound system with five built-in speakers and a dedicated subwoofer handles the job perfectly, while a Blu-ray drive will make sure your eyes receive razor sharp visuals on the display’s 16:9 aspect ratio.
Processing power is also not forgotten as the Aspire AS8943G Series notebooks will run on the Intel Core i7 Quad Core Processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, while being aided by at least 4GB RAM, which is expandable to 16GB if you are looking for extraordinary speed. Not only that, graphically-speaking, the AS8943G will not disappoint at all with the ATI Mobility Radeon HD5850 Graphics card with 1GB of dedicated video memory full well capable of offering full DirectX 11 support in order to handle the latest 3D games with aplomb. Prices start from $1,549.99 upwards, so if you want a multimedia powerhouse for a notebook, this could very well fit the bill.