Aluminum covers and surface finishes with textured patterns offer a handcrafted look and feel. Chamfered edges, inspired by the facets of cut diamonds, add beautiful highlights that are pleasing to the eye and make lid opening easier.
With up to Full HD displays, the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics with high-performance GDDR5 VRAM and Acer ExaColor technology, their screens pop with vivid, accurate colours and crisp details for enhanced movie and video viewing experiences.
DDR4 memory ups data-transfer speeds, equaling better performance. You’ll also enjoy faster wireless speeds with 802.11ac and Multi-user MIMO technology (MU-MIMO).
Ideal for on the go
Do what you love on the go with up to 12 hours of battery life and Acer TrueHarmony, a solution that offers sound so good you won’t need external speakers. Plus with Skype optimised hardware you can enjoy lifelike webchats anywhere.
What’s your color?
Stand out from the crowd with Indigo Blue, Rococo Red or Marble White. Need something a bit more you? They also come in Sparkly Silver and Obsidian Black4. Either way, Aspire F series notebooks look amazing. Features • A powerful Intel Core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM will coast through all your everyday computing jobs, including browsing the web, social networking, emailing and music.
• Skype-certified components deliver crystal clear, instant communication and uninterrupted audio and video.
• Aluminium covers and surface finishes with textured patterns offer a handcrafted look and feel.
• With a unique combination of innovative hardware and software design, Acer TrueHarmony delivers lifelike audio that takes entertainment to the next level.
• Preserve your sight and turn on the Acer BluelightShieldTM feature in the Acer Quick Access tool bar.
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- 12 months
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- 7 days
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Date Issued: 16th Oct 2017
Gaming on PCs used to be restricted to desktop computers equipped with a dedicated graphics card connected to a display, much in the same way that a games console works with a TV. Recent advances in technology have enabled manufacturers to equip laptops with increasing levels of graphics power without them being too bulky or heavy.