Sunday, February 2, 2014

Acer Aspire S7-392 Series Availability in U.S. Store is Up!

In terms of high-resolution, Acer's captivating performance is slightly low compared to HP and Sony. However, the company introduces their very own Wide Quality High-Definition (WQHD) technology through a new line of laptop computers which are now coming to U.S. store by the first quarter of this year. To start with, an Aspire S7-392-9439 model is up in Amazon and Frys as reported.

Acer's S7-392 is packed with 256GB of SSD storage paired with 8GB of RAM. Aside from that, it is also powered by Intel Core i5-4200U processor, the new generation of power efficient chip intended for high-performance machines. According to a reliable source, availability will start by the following week for about $1,800.00. Although it is not a budget-friendly device, this machine can offer a promising performance.

Acer Aspire S7-392 Series

Compared to the previous version of Aspire S7 series, the 392-9439 shows a little difference. Probably, it is now treated with a 13-inch WQHD display, power-efficient CPU, and a memory that could match the needs of PC gaming industry. Most of the previously reported models are equipped with 4GB of RAM with a base price lower than what we can get from the upcoming variants.

Way back in December of 2013, the company also revealed a C720 Chromebook with a slightly lower performance compared to S7-392 series. That is due to Intel Core 2 Duo technology, 4GB of RAM, and Ubuntu Linux platform.

In addition, Acer S7-392 has glossy white theme in a thin and compacted packaging.



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