Acer V3 Series notebooks go official at CeBIT 2012
Although it brought forth plenty of cool stuff thus far in 2012 (at CES and MWC), it seems that Acer still held a few surprises up its sleeve for CeBIT as well, bringing forward an entire new notebook series, the V3.
The new Acer V3 Series notebooks target mostly the multimedia segment, and offer a little something for everyone, since they will be available in 14, 15.6 and 17.3-inch versions, all models sporting an interesting look, as well as multiple color options.
Naturally, beside having quite an attractive external design, the Acer V3 Series notebooks will also offer a very interesting set of technical features, starting from the Intel Ivy Bridge processors and NVIDIA GT graphics cards up to the impressive CineCrystal HD+ 1600 x 900 LED-backlit display found on the 17.3-inch screen.
Additional features worth mentioning will include the Dolby Home Theater v4 and a Blu-ray Disc drive, as well as the Acer InviLink Nplify wireless interface, plus a Crystal Eye HD webcam.
The new notebooks will also offer plenty connectivity features, such as the Acer clear.fi 2.0 interfaces that automatically connects all digital-home devices, a multi-in-1 card slot, Bluetooth 4.0 and USB 2.0/3.0 ports (with USB power-off charging).
Unfortunately, for the time being, no details regarding the pricing and availability of this new line of notebooks from Acer have been provided, but we don’t expect them to arrive too soon, given the fact that the official launch date for Ivy Bridge processors has been pushed back.