Acer recently released its new line of desktops in the form of its Aspire C-series. It is expected to be successful in the market as the company offers it at a much cheaper price compared to other Microsoft desktops.
It is a known fact that the Surface Studio is indeed pricey. Although it has great specs under its hood, some consumers just cannot afford the desktop. So, this is somehow a great timing for Acer to release its new desktop for a lower price.
According to the company?s director, Frank Chang, ?The new Acer Aspire C all-in-one desktops are an excellent choice for those desiring a gorgeous PC with ample power at a great price for managing your digital library of music, photos, and video.?
The Acer Aspire C desktops boast a sixth-generation Core i3 processors with a maximum of 8GB of DDR4 RAM. Its storage, on the other hand, is a whopping 1TB HDD. The chassis of the new desktops can also be tilted from 5- to 20-degree angle. Through this, users will have their choices of positioning which will make them more comfortable.
Furthermore, the desktops will also feature two USB 3.0 ports and two USB ports for wired accessories. Acer also included 1MB HD webcam, single array microphone, and dual speakers in its new line of desktops.
Now, the Acer C-series will come in two display sizes. One is 23.8 inches and the other is a bit smaller at 21.5 inches. Although there is a slight difference in their sizes, both are capable of Full HD resolution. With regards to their prices, it ranges from $450 to $700 with consumers choosing between three systems – Windows 10, Linux or FreeDOS.
Lastly, once you have purchased any of the new Acer Aspire C desktops, a standard one-year warranty will be provided. These specs have clearly stunned the consumers considering its cheaper price list. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.