Acer intros the Aspire 5253 and 4253 notebooks with AMD Fusion processors

Yesterday AMD officially unveiled its Fusion platform and today Acer rolls out its first notebooks based on this platform – the Acer Aspire 5253 and 4253.

The Aspire x253 series is powered by the new AMD E-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) and the VISION Engine from AMD,  and they are equipped with Acer’s new cross-platform media sharing system Clear.fi. Both laptops features textured finish which protects from scratches and fingerprints and are available in three color options – Mesh Black, Mesh Brown, and Mesh Red.

Acer Aspire 5253 and 4253 AMD fusion based laptops

The Aspire 4253 offers 14-inch CineCrystal LED backlit displays, while the Aspire 5253 is equipped with 15.6-inch. You will find also inside up to 8GB(for Aspire 5253) DDR3 memory, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, optional Bluetooth 3.0, Acer Crystal Eye HD web cam and HDMI output. The laptops also come with FineTip keyboard and multi-gesture touchpad offers mouse-free, fingertip convenience for zooming, rotating, navigating and browsing. The price and date of appearance are still unknown.

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