Acer launches ‘Nitro 5’ gaming laptop

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Acer has unveiled ‘Nitro 5’ gaming laptop starting at Rs. 75,990 in India.

‘Nitro 5’ Secure a smooth, high speed journey into the multiverse of gaming with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti1 graphics card which is coupled with 4GB DDR5 RAM and 16GB RAM.

It has Smoothly and quickly view games and videos with the 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processors. ‘Nitro 5’ laptop has 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display and other features also include  256 GB Solid State Drive Capacity.

It has maintained a strong, consistent wireless signal with the strategically placed 802.11ac wireless antenna1 and 2×2 MIMO1.

The Acer laptop is availableon Flipkart as well as Acer Stores.

Acer America, one of the early adopters of AMD Ryzen processors, announced the U.S. availability of the Acer Aspire GX-281 desktop PC. Powered by an AMD Ryzen™ 5 processor, it offers mainstream power, performance and pricing to customers wanting to enjoy gaming, movies, and other graphic-intensive applications within budget.

The new AMD Ryzen R5 1400 processor boasts four cores and 8 threads to deliver a max speed of 3.4GHz with Precision Boost and enough power to support up to a 4K resolution monitor for the ultimate in vibrant visuals or up to three monitors to deepen gaming immersion and enhance multi-tasking. Working in tandem with powerful NVIDIA® GeForce ® GTX 1050 graphics and 8GB DDR4 memory (upgradable to 64GB DDR4), the Acer Aspire GX-281 can take on the latest games.

The armor-shaped black chassis is highlighted with red arrow-like design features and red front LED lights for a commanding look and appeal. In addition, a 1TB hard drive1 offers lots of room for archiving files and apps, while an optical drive provides excellent storage backup as well as music and movie playback.

Acer was founded in 1976, with presence of over 160 countries. It is also one of the world’s top ICT companies.It has over 7,000 employees and is focused from service-oriented technologies to the Internet of Things to gaming and virtual reality