The second generation of Acer Iconia seven-inch B1 states, according to the manufacturer, a new level of performance for the segment of tablet aimed at novice users, a second tablet owners or families with children, establishing the price of the product in 129 Euro. These models now include Wi-Fi or 3G .
Other technical features include a processor dual-core or quad-core 1.2 GHz processor and quadband memory of 1 GB, capabilities of 8 or 16 GB which can be expanded to 32 GB by using a card microSD ; all under the operating system Android in its Jelly Bean .
The Iconia B1-710 (Wi-Fi) is available in Spain from July.
As for the Iconia A1 , this 7.9-inch tablet 7-hour autonomy, uses quad-core processors at 1.2 GHz, providing a screen LED backlit technology IPS and integrated 5-megapixel camera, along with GPS built . In this case the tablet offers standard network connections Wi-Fi and / or 3G, as well as Bluetooth 4.0.
The Acer Iconia A1-810 (Wi-Fi) will be available from June at prices from 169 euros.
As for its line of laptops, Acer also introduced the new Aspire R7 . This is a 15.6-inch laptop that offers a touch screen HD 1,920 x 1,080 dots, processor Intel Core i5 , up to 12 GB of memory, up to 1TB of hard drive (or SSD with a maximum capacity of 256 GB) and full-size backlit keyboard.
The Aspire R7 also includes HDMI port , SD card reader, audio jacks, three USB ports, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a single port that makes and supports VGA, RJ45 and USB.
This laptop can operate in screen and notebook mode, in which case you just have to pull down the touch screen and place it on the keyboard with the face upwards.
The Acer Aspire R7 will be available in June at a starting price of 999 euros.
In the range of the ultrabook , the new Acer Aspire P3 of 1.39 kg and 19.75 mm thick, can become tablet thanks to its touch screen allows use in “pad” or separated from the base of keyboard.
On the technical characteristics is the use of processors Core i3 or Core i5 (depending on model) able to provide good performance while extending the range to a maximum of six hours, according to the manufacturer. To this is added a 11.6-inch display with IPS technology, port integrated HDMI and front camera Acer Crystal Eye HD with a 720p maximum resolution.
The ultrabook has a 60 GB SSD or 120 GB and will be available beginning in June from 599 euros.
Finally, Acer also unveiled at the same event updating laptops V5 series, now arrives instantly thinner and lighter, and a new ultrabook on the V7 series .
Different configurations are available with screens of 15.6, 14 or 11.6 inches, both touch screen options as conventional screen. Also all V5 series devices incorporate a full-size backlit keyboard with a key area of 8% greater than previous generations of mobile V5 (about 15 mm).
The new notebooks are also V5 display options available in standard definition (1,366 x 768 dots) or Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) and IPS technology as well as the integration of four speakers with Dolby Home Theater support.
As indicated by the manufacturer, some configurations are equipped with a graphics card NVIDIA GeForce GT7XXM series or with the AMD Radeon HD8750 .
As processor options, such models will be available in versions with AMD dual core or quad core, in addition to generation processors from Intel.
The Aspire V begin to be available from July. The V5 Series prices start from 399 euros, while the series V7 Series will be priced at 799 euros.