After Acer released its new Aspire C-series all-in-one desktops, it seems like Microsoft Surface Studio has found a really tough competition. So, to give consumers a better look at these great desktops, let us give you some of their notable specs.
Let us start with the Microsoft Surface Studio. It boast a quad-core Intel Core i7-6820HQ for its processor alongside Nvidia?s GTX 980M graphics chip with 4GB memory. Its RAM, on the other hand, is 32GB that goes along with a whopping hard drive of 2TB or 128GB SSD.
Now, one of the best features of the Surface Studio is its stunning touch display. It can switch from DCI-P3 and sRGB color profiles which makes it a complete all-in-one desktop of this generation. However, what appears to be a problem is its price. According to reports, it will cost you $2,999 and it is indeed a pain in our wallets.
Obviously, not everybody is willing to spend that much for a desktop and that is where Acer comes in. Prices of its new Aspire C-series desktops start at only $450 up to $700. It is clearly much cheaper than the Surface Studio which gives it an advantage.
With regards to its specs, the series sports the sixth-generation Core i3 processors with an 8GB of DDR4 RAM and 1TB HDD storage. Meanwhile, its display comes in two sizes – 21.5 and 23.8 inches. Both of them are capable of full HD resolution so consumers can choose any of them. Those who will buy also has a chance to pick between Windows 10, Linux and FreeDOS for the desktop?s system.
Both desktops are clearly great but the Acer Aspire C-series has a slight advantage over the Microsoft Surface Studio because of its price list. But in terms of specs, the Surface Studio clearly edges Acer?s desktops.
How about you? Which one do you prefer? The Microsoft Surface Studio or the Acer Aspire C-series? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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