Acer launched a new Windows 8 ultrabook by the name of Acer Aspire P3 at a global press conference in New York today (see videos, pictures, and specs below).
The Acer Aspire P3 is both launched and released on the same day, meaning it is available starting today from $799.
For that price, you get the following specs:
Screen: A 11.6-inch IPS display with 1366×768 display resolution with 170-degree viewing angles.
Processor: Choice of Intel Core i3 / i5 processor, which is pretty standard hardware choice for Windows 8 tablets and ultrabooks. Nothing wrong with that choice.
Graphics Processor: Intel HD 4000.
Storage: Choice of 60 GB / 120 GB SSD storage.
RAM: Choice of 2 GB / 4 GB of DDR3 RAM.
Cameras: Crystal Eye HD 720p front camera, and 5 megapixel rear camera.
Weight: 790 gram.
Dimensions: 9.95 mm thick.
Sound: Built-in speakers with Dolby Home Theater with sound boost for headphones as well as.
Accessories: Free protective cover Bluetooth keyboard case.
There’s also a USB 3.0, and Micro-HDMI port on board.
Stand-out features of the Aspire P3 is a snappy wake up time of only a few seconds, Windows 8 OS – meaning it can handle Office programs and legacy Windows programs. The keyboard built into the cover is also considered “full sized”, and lastly, an optional stylus pen that can fit into the case.
Acer also released two new videos for the Aspire P3 ultrabook. One entertaining,
and one a little more informative.
– Tom Bowen