Acer debuts notebook for students and people on the go

Acer debuts notebook for students and people on the go

There are some people who do not need tons of power hidden inside their notebooks. Instead they rely on slower and cheaper, but more mobile computers. Choice has not been great so far but Acer tries to make it a bit easier by introducing the TravelMate B115P notebook for students and people on the go.

The new company notebook comes with a special chassis, improved mobility and a battery that can power the device for up to 10 hours. The B115P comes with a quite, fan-less chassis and weight of only 1190 grams, packed in a body that is 21.2 mm thick. The new Acer product has a quad-core Intel Pentium processor, 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB solid-state drive. Next to this hardware you get all additional equipment that you may need such as HDMI, an integrated web camera, powerful speakers and more. When it comes to software the B115P notebook offers Windows 8.1 and additional Acer software that is supposed to ease your life.

No word on pricing as of now though.

Source: Acer

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