Acer’s latest widescreen laptop offering has built-in analogue and terrestrial tuners.
The Acer Aspire 9500 is set-up for live digital and analogue television recording and viewing anytime, anywhere on its 25 per cent brighter screen.
Acer, currently the leading notebook vendor in
Lindsay Tobin, Acer Product Business Manager – Mobile said, “We recognise that customers are seeking a notebook with the multimedia capabilities to deliver high quality presentations for the office, while serving their entertainment needs in the home as well.
“The Aspire 9500 is the first true notebook with the functionality of an advanced TV set, offering the best viewing experience, coupled with performance, portability, power and sleek looks that all come at a great price.
Powered up by an ATI Mobility Radeon X700 display adapter with 256MB of VRAM on PCIe and an Intel Centrino Pentium M 760 the 9500 has Acer’s SignalUp high-performance wireless technology which test reveal boosts signalstregth by25 per cent.
The 3.8kg notebook carries an RRP of $3499.