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Acer TravelMate Laptops and Notebooks

As computer elements are manufactured smaller and smaller, laptops and notebooks are fast replacing traditional desktop PCs for most computer users. The Acer TravelMate is one family of laptops within Acer's Professional class of laptops, which offer sleek, professional design and an even combination of high-end specifications at a competitive price.

Acer TravelMate Laptop Design

The Acer TravelMate's exterior design is sleek and polished, perfect for use in professional settings. The outer case has a black fabric-textured pattern, while the interior features a black brushed metal surface to reduce visible signs of wear, and the edges are bevelled and seamless. The screen on the TravelMate laptops are in the 15.6-inch class. Acer TravelMate series laptops have no alternative design options available.

Acer TravelMate Laptop Features

For top-tier business-level performance and productivity, Acer TravelMate laptops feature 6th generation Intel processors, NVIDIA G-Force graphics cards, and up to 16 GB of memory. The most common memory configurations include 4 GB Acer TravelMate laptops, 8 GB Acer TravelMate laptops, and 16 GB Acer TravelMate laptops. The laptop also features a CD and DVD drive, HDMI, USB, VGA, and micro-USB ports.

Acer TravelMate Laptop Pre-Loaded Programs

The Acer TravelMate family of laptops all come pre-loaded with a suite of programs. They utilise the Windows 7 operating system and come with a fingerprint reader and fingerprint security software. The TravelMate also comes complete with Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe AIR, Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader X, Microsoft Office, Media Maker, and Microsoft Edge.

Acer TravelMate Laptop Models

The Acer TravelMate models are differentiated by their screen size, memory size, and processors. There are 16 models in total, which range from the lowest end being the TMP246, and the highest end at the TMP278. Lower-range models may use the Intel i3 or Intel i5 processors, while higher-end models are usually identified by the Intel i7 processor.

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