Looks Like Acer Is Making the Desktop More Functional with Their Aspire C Series

Announced this week, Acer is attempting to make All-In-One PCs more affordable with their Aspire C Series

Starting at $449.99, the Aspire C Series by Acer come in two models: 23.8- and 21.5 full HD display. The ergonomic desktop line will tout awesome aesthetics and a .31-inch bezel that allows you to fully immerse yourself in the viewing area and eliminate the borders. Acer is making their mark attempting to make their computers more ergonomic friendly by giving the user chassis that tile from -5 to 20 degrees, making it one of the best desktop to find a comfortable angle to watch a film on a flight or work on a document while on the go. If you are big on Skyping, you can use the 1MP HD webcam and full 1920 x 1080 HD display to get vibrant images every single time. Acer has one-upped the market in terms of portability as well as now with Bluetooth 4.0 LE and 802.11ac, you don’t have to worry about a million cables flailing around everywhere.

With a 6th generation Intel Core i3 processor, this can be a computer for a casual browser to a gaming maven with up to Intel HD Graphics 520 and expandable to 8GB DDR4 memory depending on how you configure it. You can fit up to a 1TB storage capacity to accommodate all of your files and multimedia, which goes great with the free trial of Microsoft Office 2016 that comes included. There’s also two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports, so you can connect all of your devices if that’s what you desire.

The Aspire C Series desktop come with the option of Windows 10, FreeDOS or Linpus Simple Linux, starting at $449.99 ranging to $699.99 and come included with a one year warranty. Head over to Acer today for more information.

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