Computex Taipei 2007 - Part 1


Acer's Booth

Acer's Booth

 Acer focuses on their new Gemstone and ProFile notebooks, but they have quite a bit of other stuff on display.

 Acer showing off the profiles of the 'ProFile' notebook design.

 The main ProFile notebook for the business savvy is the TravelMate 5720G. It has a 1.8GHz Core 2 Duo T7100, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 15.4-inch WXGA screen and runs with an ATI Radeon Mobility X2500 GPU that can utilize up to 512MB HyperMemory, all in a slick Mg-Al alloy body.

 The more portable TravelMate 6292 has a 12.1-inch WXGA screen, Core 2 Duo T7100, 2GB DDR2 RAM and GMA X3100. It is also one of the new Santa Rosa notebooks to carry the ProFile design.

 Acer's top consumer Santa Rosa notebooks have been making the news over the past month, but the Aspire 5920G and its Gemstone design is still the top attraction here at the Acer booth.

 Acer Aspire desktops are now geared towards entertainment as well and these new designs not only fit into your living room, but are specced for HDMI output. Comes in both Intel and AMD configurations.

 Now if you're looking for small, the new Aspire X3600 will be more up your alley. This Intel Viiv ready PC utilizes the new G33 chipset with ICH9DH Southbridge, 8-channel audio and MXM upgradable graphics.

 On the other hand, Acer has their perfect little entertainment platform in the Aspire L320. Based on the Intel 946GZ Express chipset, the L320 is also Viiv ready, has a hybrid digital/analog TV tuner built-in and both VGA and DVI output. The L320 also won the Best Choice of Computex Taipei 2007 Award.