Acer dips its toes into Ivy Bridge, refreshes two of its desktops with new processors
Now that the Ivy Bridge cat is out of the bag, you can expect to see a deluge of press releases from PC makers over the coming weeks, each of them saying that this computer or that is getting refreshed with Intel’s latest processors. From Acer, at least, we expect multiple announcements: it’s only ready to talk about a couple of desktops today, with news around laptops and Ultrabooks coming later. Right now, you can choose from several configurations of the Predator AG3620 gaming tower, with the top-shelf $1,200 model packing a 3.4 GHz Core i7 3770 CPU, NVIDIA GT630 graphics, 16GB of RAM and 2TB of storage space. On the budget end, the $799 Gateway D4860-UR14P will feature a 3.1 GHz Core i5 3450 processor, 6GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. Both are available now — you know, if you’ve been waiting for precisely this sort of thing.
Pubblicato il 24/04/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag Acer, Acer Predator, Acer Predator AG3620, AG3620, Core i5 3450, Core i7 3770, CoreI53450, CoreI73770, desktop, desktops, FX6860, gaming desktop, gaming tower, gaming towers, gateway, Gateway D4860-UR14P, Gateway FX6860, GatewayFx6860, Intel, Intel Core i5 3450, Intel Core i7 3770, IntelCoreI73770, ivy bridge, predator, Predator AG3620. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.