Today, Acer announced their new TravelMate X3 notebook series perfect for professionals and small businesses, which will be available this fall. This series lights up great Windows 10 features, including your personal digital assistant Cortana*, convenient and secure login with Windows Hello using the integrated touch fingerprint sensor and access to great apps, games, movies and TV shows through the Windows Store.
The 14-inch TravelMate X349 notebook, first in the series, is ideal for busy professionals looking for a portable device built to work on-the-go. It has an impressive battery life of up to 10 hours and a sleek, all-aluminum chassis that’s less than 18 mm thin and weighs just 3.3 pounds. The thin and light design is perfect for productivity, anywhere. This notebook also comes with a 720p HDR webcam for high-quality videoconferencing and Skype for Business.
The Acer TravelMate X349 features:
- Powered by Windows 10
- Has up to 10 hours of battery life, 6th Generation Intel Core processors, DDR4 memory and SSDs
- Enhanced usability with a brilliant Full HD IPS display that reclines 180-degrees to lie flat, and a LED backlit keyboard with a bigger, wider touchpad
- Integrated touch fingerprint sensor supports Windows Hello for fast and secure sign-in, while a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip increases platform integrity and provides hardware-based protection for passwords and encryption keys
- Includes a USB Type-C port for pairing with an Acer USB Type-C Dock (sold separately) to connect to up to two 4K displays, providing power and a variety of peripheral connections through a single cable.
The TravelMate X349 will be available in North America in October with prices starting at $649.99; in EMEA in September with prices starting at €480; and in China in September with prices starting at ¥5,999.
Exact specifications, prices, and availability will vary by region. For more information, visit acer.com and look for the TravelMate X3 series on shelves this fall!
*Cortana available in select markets.
Updated July 8, 2016 1:37 pm