Aimed at those looking for a high-capacity machine with processing power, whether to replace the desktop or to run the most demanding games, Acer has just launched the Aspire 8930G-7665 notebook, a machine that includes a new Core 2 Quad chip Intel's four-core mobility processor, which runs at speeds of 2GHz and can have up to 12MB of L2 cache (the most basic version configured with 6MB of L2 cache).
The other configurations are also quite robust. The Acer laptop has an 18.4 inch screen – carrying this toy from side to side would certainly be a supplement – capable of displaying high definition images, in addition to 4GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 9700M GT graphics card with 512MB of video memory, 500GB hard drive, Blu-ray compatible drive and Wi-Fi connection. The machine already has a 64-bit version of the Windows Vista Premium operating system pre-installed.
The laptop is already sold in the United States for the initial price of US $ 1,800, which can be attractive compared to the price of other notebooks with chips quad-core. Hewlett-Packard and Dell offer models with prices starting at $ 1,800. There is still no forecast for the beginning of the sale of this machine in other countries.