Acer Reminds That Desktop PC Is Not Dead While New Aspire U5-610 and DA241HL Shines At IFA 2013

Acer rolled out some new desktops today at IFA today with its usual dreamy specs and sleek design schemes. Of the lot, two of the units were rather impressive. The first being the company's Android-based Acer DA241HL, an all-in-one desktop running Jelly Bean 4.2 and featuring an Nvidia Tegra quad-core processor and then the Aspire U5-610 which comes with the brand new 4th-generation (Haswell) Intel Core processors.

The Aspire U5-610 features one of the sleekest designs that we've seen in a while. We wish that more manufacturers would take inspiration from its sharp and simple body. The highlight with this machine happens to be its Haswell processors, which will allow it more computing power for power hungry apps and multi-tasking marathons. It comes with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 760M for graphics and supports up to 16GB of RAM. To top it off, there's a stunning built-in 23-inch 1080p touch-enabled display that will call out to you from across the room with its crisp images and rich colors. Expect a nice multimedia experience thanks to Acer's CineBoost Color Engine and Coneq Sound Technology.

Moving onto Acer'a Android All-in-one, the thoguht of Jelly Bean on a desktop didn't really sit well with us when we first heard about the idea. However, use the device and you'll be won over by its simplicity. If you've used an Android tablet, then you'll be at home with the machine's interface. It comes with Google's entire range of apps, which will help you perform most daily functions. The Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU functions is capable of some solid performance, quickly running through apps and tasks with ease. The machine allows for up to five different users with separate customizations for each, allowing you to consider it as a one-stop option for an entire family.

Acer is yet to release details on pricing and availability, but as long as these devices come with agreeable price tags, we see them flying off shelves.

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New Aspire U5-610 and DA241HL Shines At IFA 2013

The first being the company's Android-based Acer DA241HL, an all-in-one desktop running Jelly Bean 4.2 and featuring an Nvidia Tegra quad-core processor and then the Aspire U5-610 which comes with the brand new 4th-generation (Haswell) Intel Core processors.

New Aspire U5-610 and DA241HL Shines At IFA 2013

The Aspire U5-610 features one of the sleekest designs that we've seen in a while. We wish that more manufacturers would take inspiration from its sharp and simple body. The highlight with this machine happens to be its Haswell processors, which will allow it more computing power for power hungry apps and multi-tasking marathons.

New Aspire U5-610 and DA241HL Shines At IFA 2013

It comes with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 760M for graphics and supports up to 16GB of RAM. To top it off, there's a stunning built-in 23-inch 1080p touch-enabled display that will call out to you from across the room with its crisp images and rich colors. Expect a nice multimedia experience thanks to Acer's CineBoost Color Engine and Coneq Sound Technology.

New Aspire U5-610 and DA241HL Shines At IFA 2013

Moving onto Acer'a Android All-in-one, the thoguht of Jelly Bean on a desktop didn't really sit well with us when we first heard about the idea. However, use the device and you'll be won over by its simplicity. If you've used an Android tablet, then you'll be at home with the machine's interface. It comes with Google's entire range of apps, which will help you perform most daily functions.

New Aspire U5-610 and DA241HL Shines At IFA 2013

The Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core CPU functions is capable of some solid performance, quickly running through apps and tasks with ease. The machine allows for up to five different users with separate customizations for each, allowing you to consider it as a one-stop option for an entire family.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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