Acer’s had its day (or two) unveiling back-to-school laptops, and today it’s its sister brand Gateway’s turn. The outfit just introduced the 15.6-inch NV series and also the 14-inch ID47, each of which include USB 3. and a range of Sandy Bridge processors. (Within the situation of this entry-level NV, you may also go for among AMD’s fresh-off-the-line Llano chips.) But the organization did not only give its notebook computers a spec bump — additionally, it tweaked their designs, adding a chiclet keyboard towards the NV series, as the metal-clad ID’s track pad is 20 % bigger and no more lights up just like a mood ring. The ID47 also offers a 14-inch display packed right into a chassis usually combined with 13.3-inch sections, in addition to a non-detachable battery that promises as much as eight hrs of juice. (The NV is ranked for approximately four hrs.) And, within an unusual twist, our buddies in Canada can get additional options, including a 15.6-inch version from the ID, in addition to choose models with NVIDIA Optimus. Both ID47 and NV57 can be found now, using the ID beginning at $629.99 and $799 Canadian, and also the NV fetching $529.99 and $499 Canadian. Browse the various designs following the break, with lots ‘o photos below.
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