The Acer Aspire series are the workhorses of Acer’s product range. They are built for everyday workloads from small to heavy tasks. The new Acer Aspire series though is made to be even better and cover an even wider range of consumers.
let us start with the Acer Aspire 7; built for powerful mobility. It is perfect for your pro-sumers, designers, and content creators. It is a premium notebook with aluminium finish that continues from outside to inside. The keyboard is backlit for the convenience of working in low-light while the fingerprint scanner is there to keep unwanted eyes away from important things. Below the premium surface is an equally premium and powerful 8th generation Intel Core i7 (up to) paired to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPU for the best balance of performance and cooling. Working on it should be a breeze too with a fast 1TB SSD and up to 16GB of RAM. If you do need more storage though, there is an optional 2TB HDD . The internals projects Windows through the 15.6-inch Full HD IPS display with Color Intelligence for even better colour accuracy and details. Audio is handled by Acer’s TrueHarmony technology too for maximum immersion when you need it for entertainment.
Then there is the Acer Aspire 5 ; the everyday notebook PC. The one made for families, bloggers, even photographers and enthusiasts. You still get a premium finished aluminium body construction with the Acer Aspire 5. But it is thin, 17.95mm thin, something you would appreciate to carry in a smaller bag. It’s lack of thickness is not an indication of lack of power though. It still packs a punch with its 8th Generation Core i7 (up to) processor and up to 12GB of RAM. Visuals is handled with an NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU displayed through its 15.6-inch display with Full HD resolution.
Lastly you have the Acer Aspire 3: the baby Aspire. It is built for multimedia consumption and even school, it does handle work too. Not the processor hungry work, but still important work. You can choose between a 14-inch, 15.6-inch, or even a 17.3-inch for a display. All of them are Full HD resolution still so it is not like you are getting less display with the smaller ones. All of them can pack up to an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 too paired to an NVIDIA GeForce MX250. If not, you have the option to go with an Acer Aspire 3 with 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor paired to a Radeon RX540 GPU. Both will also come with up to 16GB of RAM if you need them. As for storage the Acer Aspire 3 comes with up to 512GB PCIe SSD and a 1TB HDD.
The Acer Aspire 7 will be available in the North American market in July starting from US$ 999.99 (MYR4,143*). The Acer Aspire 5 will start from US$ 379.99 (MYR1,574*) and be available in the same region June onward. The baby Aspire, Acer Aspire 3 will be available starting in July with a starting price tag of US$ 349 (MYR1,446*). Again, there are no official word on when these new notebooks will arrive in Malaysia. These things are quite popular here though so we are guessing we may not have to wait that long after it is available in the rest of the world.
*Approximately based on exchange rate of US$ 1 = MYR 4.14 as of 19/4/2019