Acer (TPE:2353) recently announced that it aims to launch its own line of ultrabooks and notebooks that will feature the Ivy Bridge processors of Intel (NASDAQ:INTC). The third-generation Core processors of Intel are the latest flagship CPU of the company, which was unveiled by the company recently. The recently unveiled Ivy Bridge processors will come in several versions that will be released into the market by the company.
Even as Acer announced that it will use the Ivy Bridge processors for its laptops and notebooks, some of the desktop PCs with the Gateway and Acer brand are already using the latest processors from Intel. These devices are already available in a number of retailers with a price range from around $700 to around $1,200.
The Ivy Bridge processors are the first Intel products to use the 22nm manufacturing process of the company. This indicates that it will offer netter performance compared to the existing Sandy Bridge CPUs that are currently offered in the market. The Ivy Bridge processors will use lesser power and will be cooler compared to the Sandy Bridge processor.
The latest product offering of Intel shows that the company aims to offer more efficient and capable processors into the market.
The first Acer desktops that feature the Ivy Bridge processor is the Predator AG3260 which will allow the PC to offer better performance to users who may require a better device for their digital media, entertainment and gaming needs. The Predator AG3260 also features the GT630 GPU from Nvidia, 16GB memory and 2TB of internal storage.
One the other hand, another desktop that Acer introduced recently that comes with the Ivy Bridge processor is the Gateway DX3860. Aside from the latest Intel processor, the Gateway desktop also features a 6GB RAM, 1TB storage and HD Graphics from Intel.
With the recent release of the Ivy Bridge processor of Intel, users will finally be able to satisfy their need for speed in their devices.