Acer Aspire Nitro Black Edition: High-End 4K Gaming Laptop Launched

By Anuj

One of the most discussed trends of the past few years has been the decline in PC sales and the rise in tablet sales. Well that said, there's a still a place for high-end laptop computers. So, for those who still love to indulge in the premium notebook experience, Acer has something unique to offer.

Taiwanese PC giant Acer has unveiled the company's first 4K-ready laptop computer, the Aspire V Nitro Black Edition.


The 15.6-inch notebook offers a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, making it a full-blown multimedia monster. The notebook comes with a high-end CPU and a discrete graphics card for serious PC gaming. The tablet is primarily aimed at hardcore PC gamers.

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Acer Aspire Nitro Black Edition: High-End 4K Gaming Laptop Launched

Design wise, the monster laptop sports tapered design with a backlit keyboard. Under the hood is an Nvidia GeForce GTX860M graphics, alongside a healthy 16GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD storage and a 1TB of hard disk. There are four built-in speakers built-in, alongside dual wireless antennas support.

Acer says its new high-end laptop computer will be available for purchase, starting upwards of $1500 or Rs. 91,500.

Acer is not the only PC maker selling 4K-enabled monster laptops. Lenovo and Toshiba are among the few notable players selling premium 4K-ready laptops worldwide.

Back in June this year, Toshiba launched the Satellite P50 4K laptop with Windows 8.1 in India at Rs. 86,000, as part of its 'Greatest of All' laptop range.

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