It’s not every day you get to reinvent something, but that’s what Acer and AMD claim to have done – producing a range of notebooks, netbooks and desktops that apparently “reinvent personal entertainment”. This “HD revolution” takes the form of the Aspire 7552G notebook, Aspire One 521 and 721 netbooks and the Aspire M5400 desktop PC.
“The products offer effective performance and full graphic potential so that users can enjoy all the marvels of high definition!” said an excited Acer suit.
Here’s the official blurb for each new product:
“A notebook combining the looks and the power to provide an entirely new user experience. Featuring VISION Technology – Black from AMD, this notebook is a true powerhouse with the new AMD Phenom II Quad-Core Mobile processors, ensuring ultra fast performance and seamless multitasking as well as outstanding HD visuals, courtesy of ATI Mobility Radeon HD premium graphics.”
Aspire One 521 and 721
“Equipped with the 2010 AMD HD Netbook Platform, engineered to deliver an uncompromised web experience to take advantage of today’s more visual digital universe. The new netbooks integrate ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 Graphics to make sure you can enjoy smooth and flawless 3D computing, mainstream PC gaming, and boost the performance when editing or converting videos.”
“A desktop PC engineered to answer the need of passionate gamers and user with demanding computing tasks for outstanding HD entertainment and video, superior performance as well as rich graphics. The heart of the Aspire M5400 is VISION Technology – Black from AMD, a powerful combination of the latest AMD Phenom II X4 processors, DirectX 11 compliant ATI Radeon premium graphics and AMD 8-Series chipsets that deliver superior performance for HD gaming and multi-threaded applications.”