Acer Aspire U5-610 rocks fourth-generation Intel chips and new graphics Video
Acer Aspire U5-610 rocks fourth-generation Intel chips and new graphics Video Transcript
Hello. I'm Luke Westaway for CNET here at IFA in Berlin. We're taking a look at this guy. It's the Acer Aspire U5-610. So, what you basically have here is your standard all in one. It's running Windows 8. It's got a 23-inch full HD touch screen, and it's got some nice design touches as well with this see-through section at the bottom here. This is basically an update to a computer that Acer has already made. What you get new are brand new Intel fourth-generation processors and updated graphics. It's coming out in November. Would you buy an all-in-one like this? Let me know. I'm Luke Westaway for CNET. So for more from IFA, check out CNET.com/IFA.
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Acer Aspire U5-610 Review
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