Acer Ultraportable Aspire 2920 Notebook unveiled in India

Aspire 2920 Notebook Acer has launched an ultraportable consumer notebook named Aspire 2920, in the Indian market. The new notebook measures 12.1-inch and belongs to the unique Gemstone series that possesses a stylish and elegant look.

The compact notebook comes with a ceramic-finish pearl-grey interior along with a holographic satin-finish cover.

Moreover, the Acer Aspire 2920 is powered by Vista Home Premium or Linux OS as per the users’ choice. It also comes along with Acer CrystalEye webcam that includes Acer Video Conference solution.

According to Acer, the latest notebook is targeted at women. Its elegant look, lightweight feature and high performance mobility is especially built for them.

Salient features of the Acer Aspire 2920 notebook are:

  • A 12.1-inch WXGA Acer CrystalBriteT TFT LCD display
  • A 2GB RAM
  • Intel Core2 Duo mobile processor T5450
  • Storage capacity with a 160 GB HDD
  • Wireless WiFi Link network solution
  • Battery life up to 3.5 hours
  • Embedded DVD writer
  • Acer CrystalBrite technology
  • Dolby Certified Sound System
  • 7.1-channel surround sound
  • Easy-launch buttons for WLAN, BluetoothR, email, Internet and user-programming

“Acer has always been at the forefront in supporting the latest technologies that enhance customer experience, said S. Rajendran, Chief Marketing Officer, Acer India. “The Acer Aspire 2920 Gemstone notebook is part of Acer’s initiative of providing customers maximized multimedia capability, comprehensive connectivity, and powerful communication price, along with design elegance on the same platform. With the Aspire 2920, we have once again pushed the boundaries of digital lifestyle with advanced product features and eye-catching style.”

The Aspire 2920’s Linux model is available in the Indian market at Rs. 37,115 and Windows version will cost Rs. 40,615. Both the prices do not include taxes and traveling bag cost.

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