Acer® unveils Windows® 7 laptops
Acer has unveiled its first pieces of the upcoming Windows 7 line up that is a touchscreen laptop and a smaller ultra-portable PC.
The move came after Hewlett-Packard recently introduced it's Windows 7 line-up of desktops and laptops. The new Acer systems will become commercially available from October 22, the day when the consumer version of Microsoft's Windows 7 will be launched.
The new Acer PCS will enable you to turn pages and browse through media and documents by just flicking the screen. Now it's no more difficult for users to launch movies, zoom in and out of Web sites. They can easily edit photos and videos, re-size windows and prepare hand-write notes using fingertips over mouse with multitouch screen laptop.
The Aspire 5738PG's multiscreen flags all these features. Thus Acer has become the latest computer maker to utilize new touch capabilities in Windows 7.
The 5738PG has a 15.6-inch screen, a 2.2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 processor and an ATI Radeon HD 4570 graphics processor from Advanced Micro Devices. Four GB of system memory, a 320GB hard drive, built-in Web cam and stereo speakers is also included in the system.
The laptop weighs 6.16 pounds with a six-cell battery and would be available at $800 retail price. Three other Aspire Timeline laptops have also been introduced by Acer that will also be ship with Windows 7 - the 13.3-inch AS3810T, the 14-inch AS4810TZ and the 15.6-inch AS5810TZ. The AS3810T run 1.3 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 processor, while the other two systems uses a 1.3 GHz Intel Pentium Dual-Core SU4100 processors. Each system includes 4GB of system memory, either a 320GB or 500GB hard drive, and a built-in Webcam. The starting price of AS3810T is $800 and $650 for AS4810TZ and AS5810TZ .
Other vendors which have unveiled new PCs with touch screen features include Gateway and Sony.
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