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October 16, 2012

Acer Windows 8 All-In-One PC pricing announced

Acer has announced the pricing and availability of its Windows 8-powered All-In-One PCs, namely the Aspire 5600U and Aspire 7600U. Both models have adjustable displays that can be angled to 90 degrees or placed flat on its back.

The Acer Aspire 5600U has a 23-inch multi-touch display (1080p), powered by an Intel Core i5 3110M processor, integrated HD graphics, 8GB of DDR3 RAM and 1TB of hard drive space. The 5600U will arrive on October 26th with a price tag of $1000 or around Php41,400.

Meanwhile, the Acer Aspire 7600U sports a bigger 27-inch multi-touch display (1080p). It will carry an Intel Core i5 3210M processor, a Nvidia GT640M GPU with 2GB of RAM, 8GB of RAM and 1TB of hard drive space. The 7600U will launch by end of November with a price tag of $1,900 or around Php78,700.

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14 Responses to “Acer Windows 8 All-In-One PC pricing announced”

  1. Gerome says:

    Nice!! Mura na sa price!

  2. Yuri says:

    It’s an Acer so yeah…I won’t expect much out of it in terms of duarbility and build quality.
    Truth to be told, most of Acer’s laptops are of poor durability and build quality. Just recently, my classmate’s 2-Month old Acer laptop conked out amidst using for web browsing.

    • Yuri's Replyer says:

      As if they’ll be like that forever…?

    • spongefree says:

      you can’t compare laptops / AIO desktops since build quality and usage are different. Acer Z5600 owner here (1st gen AIO), and i find it ok. My only problem with Acer is that it’s too plasticky esp the witless keyboard & mouse. Another is the restore to factory defaults took some time unlike with Lenovo’s “one-key recovery” feature. ‘Hope they’ve improved that with these new versions.

    • Lyle says:

      Using a Core 2 Duo Acer Aspire for 4 years now. I even use it for 3d modeling and 3d rendering. My friends even laud it for its durability. “Ibang klase yang laptop mo hindi pa bumibigay.” It even surpassed the lifespan of my dormmate’s HP laptop which died at around 2 years of use. So i guess comments like this are just based on users who don’t really use Acer. Or maybe just too unlucky enough to get a defective unit.

    • Lyle says:

      Using a Core 2 Duo Acer Aspire for 4 years now. I even use it for 3d modeling and 3d rendering. My friends even laud it for its durability. “Ibang klase yang laptop mo hindi pa bumibigay.” It even surpassed the lifespan of my dormmate’s HP laptop which died at around 2 years of use. So i guess comments like this are just based on users who don’t really use Acer. Or maybe just too unlucky enough to get a defective unit. :)

    • Lyle says:

      Using a Core 2 Duo Acer Aspire for 4 years now. I even use it for 3d modeling and 3d rendering. My friends even laud it for its durability. It even surpassed the lifespan of my dormmate’s HP laptop which died at around 2 years of use. So i guess comments like this are just based on users who don’t really use Acer. Or maybe just too unlucky enough to get a defective unit. :)

    • Lyle says:

      Using a Core 2 Duo Acer Aspire for 4 years now. I even use it for 3d modeling and 3d rendering. It even surpassed the lifespan of my dorm mate’s HP laptop which died at around 2 years of use. So i guess comments like this are just based on users who don’t really use Acer. Or maybe just too unlucky enough to get a defective unit. :)

    • Lyle says:

      Sorry i had problems with stupid smart bro.-.-

  3. leeto says:

    Nasa gumagamit lang yan, kahit anong brand kung burara ang gumagamit, sira agad. Ang Acer 4745 laptop ko mag 3 years na, di pa nasira and working pa.

  4. martin says:

    me too! may aspire 6930 sken 3 years na and still working. :) nsa gumagamit lng tlga yan. :)

  5. Cocopako says:

    May model talaga ng acer na palpak, like 3935, pero okay namn customer service nila kasi napalitan ko ng ibang model, now im using 4820, 2 years na sya at okay pa, narepormat na nga lang, :)

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