Acer has released two new Ultrabooks. They are touch-enabled variants of the Aspire M3 Ultrabook and Aspire V5 thin-and-light.
As of now, the company has not disclosed any details about the price or availability. However, we have managed to get the specs of the two laptops.
The Aspire M3 Touch is equipped with a frameless, 15.6-inch screen, and is packed with an aluminum design which is just the same as the older M3.
In addition to the touchscreen, its chassis is 22mm thick, it is provided with Ivy Bridge processors and has discrete NVIDIA graphics.
The Aspire V5 Touch laptops will come in two screen sizes (14 inch and 15 inch). Just like the Aspire M3 Touch, the design looks a lot like the already available V5 laptops. The only difference is that this one is heavier due to the touchscreen.
The touchpads measure a little less than 23mm thick, and weigh 2.1 kg and 2.4 kg, respectively and is bigger than Aspire M3 Touch. They also come with Ivy Bridge CPUs and discrete NVIDIA graphics.