Acer on experience in Windows 8 ultrabooks with its Aspire M3

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Ultrabooks Acer has developed its M Series to provide a rich tactile experience to users. The new Aspire M3 features a frameless HD display, the latest Intel Core processor, a battery with more than 8 hours and a 10-point touch experience ready for Windows 8.

   In a series thin and light, the Acer Aspire M Series includes HD frameless screen to offer wider viewing area that allows entire websites and browse more multimedia enjoyment.

   The design and the latest Intel Core, along with dedicated graphics make it an excellent choice for gaming enthusiasts.Aspire M 3 is the first Ultrabook from Acer to include a GeForce GT640M GPU Nvidia next generation to enjoy the latest games with demanding graphics, better detail, smoothness of curves and realistic animations. It also allows you to enjoy a ‘streaming’ error free videos and movies from the Internet.

   Aspire M Series can easily handle everyday tasks and relax with a movie or a game. To improve the overall experience, the Aspire M3 boasts enhanced audio Dolby Home Theater v4 and excellent speakers.

   In the Acer Timeline notebook series, the long battery life is standard and Aspire M3 is no exception, offering a full day of entertainment and productivity on a single charge, according to the company says.

   Assembled in an elegant dark chassis made of aluminum alloy for durability, Aspire M3 incorporates a rubber keyboard with numeric keypad for comfortable typing experience, while the touchpad brings increased more precise control. The integrated battery to fit effortlessly portable design, improving modern minimalist look.

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