Acer announced a newer version of their V5 notebooks and the all new V7 ultrabook. New versions of this notebooks are both available with touch or without-touch.
The V7 and V5 notebooks will have a full HD display, a powerful graphic chip, and SSD without sacrificing the size slimming it down by 9%. Acer’s V series notebooks will have full-sized keyboards and a larger cap area compared to the predecessors.
These new notebooks are now customizable when ordering. The notebook maker lets you choose between Intel’s CPU and AMD/quad core options, graphic cards between Radeon HD8750 and Nvidia’s GeForce GT7XXM. V5 notebooks are also available in various sizes. 15.6 inches with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 14 inches with 1366 x 768 resolution, and a much smaller 11.6 inches with an HD 1366 x 768 display resolution.
These notebooks are surely designed to be lightweight and portable, weighing only less than 3 pounds and less than an inch thick.
The V7 notebook however doens’t have much difference from the V5 physically. They look the same except V7 has a silky finish at the bottom and it is more customizable than the V5. You can have an option between Intel and AMD processors, graphic cards, and a choice between SSD and HDD. Extra option include the wireless display technology of Intel allowing you to link your notebook to a television.