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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Acer Brings Engaging Digital Experience With Aspire 8920G Laptop

Acer launched on Wednesday its latest creation in terms of high-end mobile , easily rivaling to any other product on the market today, and combining a high-quality computers notebook with the latest entertainment features. Acer Aspire 8920G and Acer Aspire 6920G are part of what the company called the Blue Gemstone series, which will become available on the market within a month, the company said.

The Aspire 8920G comes with an 18.4 inch LCD display and uses the Intel Centrino platform, with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor that supports Intel 64 architecture, Mobile Intel PM965 Express Chipset and Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN network connection.

In terms of hard drives, it supports up to 2 hard disk drives, with a maximum of 320 GB each, while offering a DDR2 667 MHz memory that can be upgraded to 4GB, 2x Blu-ray Disc Super Multi double-layer drive and 6-in-1 card reader.

Offering a 1920 x 1080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and 8ms high-def response time, the Acer Aspire 8920G operates on an NVIDIA GeForce 9500M GS graphics card or NVIDIA GeForce 9650M GS, at the customer’s choice.

As its creators intended, the notebook will offer a complete and exciting entertainment experience, through its 2nd generation Dolby Home Theater audio enhancement, five built-in speakers, high-definition audio support and two built-in stereo microphones.

In terms of design, the Aspire Gemstone series offers holographic 3D cover that changes from blue to black depending on angle, an Enlightener power button and ultra slick media control area, while at the same time offering a comfortable and ergonomic area for the user’s hands.

“The Aspire Gemstone blue series is the new champion of the Gemstone line, fusing design, technology and innovation into a notebook that pushes the boundaries of mobile high-definition and delivers a digital experience that engages all the senses,” the company said.

The company also unveiled that the basic models will cost around $900, while depending on options, the prices could go as high as $1,700.

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