07 January 2019
As reported earlier the Acer updates their three major lineup PCs at this year IFA event. The company revamped all the Spin, Aspire and Swift series PCs. Apart from improvements in the CPUs the company also updates the graphics as well. The best amongst all is Acer Swift 5 which weighs 2.18 pounds only, it becomes the lightest 15-inches notebook in the market.
The Spin lineup 2-in-1 PC will be available in a number of configurations. The base variant Spin 1 is featuring a 11.6-inches IPS display with Full HD screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The device supports Active Stylus. As far a processor is a concern whether you can have Celeron N4000 processor or Intel Pentium Silver N5000. The processor is accompanied with 4GB RAM and eMMC storage up to 128GB. The Intel UHD Graphics 600 or 605 is on board to take care of graphics. On single-charge it provides up to 12 hours of battery. As OS you can either have Windows 10 S or Windows 10 Home.
The Acer Spin 3 is now featuring a 14-inches display panel. The base variant has Core i3-8145U processor whereas the top of the line model has Core i5-8265U processor. Both variants have DDR4 RAM up to 8GB RAM. In terms of storage either you will get 256GB SSD or 1TB HDD storage. As GPU the Intel UHD Graphics 630 is on board. The device will survive up to 16 hours on single charge. As OS it only has Windows 10 Home.
Last but not the least we have the convertible PCs. Starting with the Acer Spin 5. The base variant has 13.3-inches display. It is being offered in two variants with either Core i5-8265U or Core i7-8265U processor. The DDR4 RAM up to 16GB and SSD native storage up to 256GB. The Intel UHD graphics 630 is on board to take care of graphics. It weighs 3.31 pounds. The company claimed battery life up to 13 hours. As OS either you will have Window 10 Pro or Windows 10 Home.
Finally, the Acer Aspire lineup is also updated at this year's IFA event. The Aspire 3 features a 14-inches display with HD or Full HD screen resolution. In terms of processors, you can either have Pentium, AMD-A series or Celeron lineup. The RAM is up to 8GB and two variants on the basis of storage either 1TB HDD or 256GB SSD. It features the traditional DVD players which aren't available on all latest PCs. It will be available for purchase from December of this year at a price tag of €399.
The Aspire 5 will be available in either 14-inches or 15.6-inches display with HD or Full HD screen resolution. There are three variants with i3, i5 and i7 processors with up to 16GB Optane memory. As GPU either you can have NVIDIA GeForce MX130 or Intel UHD Graphics 620. It will cost €549.
The Aspire 7 lineup will have a 15.6-inches display with either Full HD or Ultra HD screen resolution. It also has three variants up to Core i7-8705G and DDR4 RAM of 16GB. The native storage is 512GB SSD. It weighs 3.31 pounds only.