We’re normally not ones to talk about the larger end of laptops given our netbook roots but we make some expections, like with the upcoming Acer Aspire 3951. It’s Acer’s first , after all. We’ve seen a couple of renders showing the 13.3-incher just earlier this month, and now some real life outdoor shots of the ultrabook have been taken by HDBlog over in Italy. Given that the pictures have been removed (but preserved here!) we’re thinking that they were released a little too early for Acer’s liking.
According to the last leak with the renders, it’ll have a 13.3-inch display, a Sandy Bridge Intel Core processor, Bluetooth 4.0, SSD and HDD options (up to 160GB SSDs, 250 / 500GB HDDs), a HD webcam, HDMI, USB, a card reader and a 6 hour battery. The ultrabook is expected to be around 13mm thin. Pricing is rumored to around $768 – $960, just below Intel’s target price of $1,000 for ultrabooks. Acer is rumored to be releasing the Acer Aspire 3951 in September to join the release of Asus’ UX series of ultrabooks due out then.
Clearly with this showing up just before IFA, we’re expecting to find out more about this ultrabook at that event, which kicks off on September 1st.
Via: Notebook Italia