Acer has a new member of its popular Aspire laptop series with the name of Ethos, whose main attraction is a secondary touch screen that can be used as a touchpad for a variety of multimedia functions such as sound control announced, music shuffling between tracks etc.
The company said in a statement that “The disk is now combined with the touchpad console, providing a set of commands, all from a single key and a completely new approach to control entertainment” led.
Although there are not marketed as a multimedia powerhouse, the extremely good performance as an ethos. It comes with the Core or Core i7 i5 and packs up to 16GB of DDR3 memory (yes 16GB).
The rest of the data is so impressive you can be up to 1.28TB worth of space on the hard drive, an ATI 5850 or 5650 graphics engine with 1GB of GDDR5 memory, the choice of a 15.6-inch or 18.4-inch display, both at full HD a very small frame and a Blu-ray combo drive.
The Taiwanese manufacturer also promotes the full Dolby surround the ethos with the cheaper version, relying on three speakers perform the trick and provide the superior one to add a further three to a 5.1 model.
But it is not cheap. The entry level model with a Core i5 Processor, 4 GB RAM and a 320GB hard drive will cost a whopping £ 1,100 and the 16GB model is completely made-up probably cost about £ 4,000 or more.