Acer debuts Veriton Z46 all-in-one PC series

Acer has revealed the Veriton Z46 all-in-one PC series that is aimed at corporate environments. Consisting of a number of models the Veriton Z46 series shares one thing – all PCs in the line sport Intel Ivy Bridge processors.

Currently there are two models with 21.5-inch displays or 23-inch displays with both of them being of LED type TN with 16:9 Full HD resolution and response time of 5 ms. The displays also offer multi-touch support.

Apart from an Intel Ivy Bridge processor the Veriton Z46 series offers up to 8 GB of DDR3 memory, Intel HD 4000 graphics inside the Ivy Bridge processor and hard drive storage of up to 1.5 TB. External video cards are not supported so in case you want to play games on the Veriton Z46 you are left with Intel’s HD 4000 graphics only.

Acer Veriton Z46 AIO

Other specs include two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, a card reader, headphone and microphone jacks, optical audio port, Ethernet port and HDMI.

Pricing and availability are unknown.


Source: Gadgetznews.com

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