CES 2023: Acer Aspire S AIO Desktops Launched, Aspire 3 and 5 Series Refreshed

Consumer Electronics Show 2023 (CES) held in Las Vegas has started today. A host of PC manufacturers have announced new devices at the ongoing event. Taiwanese brand Acer has introduced a slew of new laptops. It also refreshed the Swift, Aspire, and Chromebox lineups. Additionally, Acer also launched the Aspire S AIO desktops. Read on to know more about the devices below. 

Beginning with the Acer Aspire S AIO, they come in 27 and 32-inch options bearing a QHD+ resolution. The former is equipped with 12th gen Intel Core SoCs coupled with Iris Xe GPU whereas the latter has up to 13th gen Intel Core i7 chipset paired with Intel Arc A-series GPU. The Aspire S AIO PCs feature an aluminium chassis and a tiltable display for a comfortable viewing experience. They come with a 1080p FHD webcam with an optional QHD webcam. There are dual speakers with DTS Surround sound audio. 


The 27-inch Aspire S AIO starts at $1,200 whereas the 32-inch variant carries a starting price tag of $1,700. Both variants will be available for purchase in North America in Q1 and in EMEA from this month. 

Alongside the Aspire S AIO, Acer has also refreshed Aspire 3 and Aspire 5 series. The former is equipped with new Intel Core i3-N processors. It features a 1080p webcam, WiFi-6E, USB-C port, and an HDMI 2.1. On the other hand, the Aspire 5 is powered by 13th-generation Intel Core CPUs and Nvidia GeForce RTX2050 GPUs. It packs up to 32GB DDR4 RAM and 1TB SSD. The laptop also comes with a TwinAir Cooling and an air inlet keyboard for improved thermal capacity and to expel more heat.

The 14, 15, and 17-inch variants of the Acer Aspire 3 start at $499, $349, and $379 respectively. The Aspire 5 also comes in 14-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch options. These variants are priced at $550, $600, and $700 respectively. The Aspire 3 series will go on sale in North America in March and EMEA this month. Meanwhile, the Aspire 5 series will be available for purchase in North America, EMEA, and China starting March. 

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