Acer has released a special line of notebooks and monitors For the upcoming Olympics

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Acer Corporation is the sponsor of the Olympic Games in 2010 in the category "Computer equipment" and received the status of World Partner (Worldwide TOP Partner). To celebrate the upcoming Winter Olympics in Vancouver, which will begin Feb. 12, 2010, Acer has released a special line of notebooks Aspire 4810TG, Aspire 1810TZ, Aspire 1410 and line of LCD monitors, Acer G5. For buildings novelties is combined logo, combining the Olympic rings logo and Acer.

Special Issue Acer Aspire 4810TG - this ultra-slim notebook with a diagonal of 14 inches, which combines the performance and battery life of more than 8 hours. Built using the latest processors Intel ULV, this notebook is equipped with modern communication features. HD 16:9 display with LED backlight technology and Dolby Sound Room make it suitable for entertainment.

The new special edition notebook Acer Aspire 1810TZ (CPU Intel Pentium SU4100) and the Aspire 1410 (CPU Intel Celeron SU2300) performance is contained in a thin and lightweight body, and the time of their battery life is more than 8 hours. With a thickness of 2.5 cm, weight 1,4 kg, and screen size 11.6 inches, Aspire 1810TZ and 1410 thin and light enough to be always and everywhere with its owner and to solve tasks at any time. Despite its small size, Aspire 1810TZ and 1410 full-sized notebook provides the performance and battery life for the entire working day.

LCD Monitors Acer G205H and G245H with screen sizes 20 and 24 inches respectively, performed in a futuristic design and offer users a rich functionality. On polished aluminum base and on the rear panel of the device are five Olympic Rings. New Monitors Acer G5 have such characteristics as Full HD / HD resolution, response time of 2 ms, HDMI and DVI.


Acer Laptop Batteries said...

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