Acer’s TravelMate X349 is for people on the go

Acer’s TravelMate X349 is for people on the go

Acer has presented a new notebook that is perfect for people that constantly travel. The device is called TravelMate X349 and sports a 14-inch IPS display at Full HD resolution and an aluminum chassis that weighs just 1.53 kilograms and that is 18 mm thick.

The TravelMate X349 is based on Intel Skylake processors and can ship with up to 8 GB of DDR4 memory and a SSD that can store up to 512 GB of data. The device does not have a separate video card so you will have to rely on the GPU that is inside the Skylake processor. In addition the display of the TravelMate X349 can rotate up to 180 degrees. The notebook is equipped with a RGB backlit keyboard, stereo speakers and even a USB Type-C port. A battery that can last for up to 10 hours powers the notebook.

Right now the price of the TravelMate X349 is unknown so check with your local Acer representative if you are interested.

Source: Acer

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