Acer has revamped its offerings which speak of swapping the Core 2 Duo processors for Core i3, i5 and i7 processors in addition of new features.
The company claims of bringing in two new models, the Aspire Z5710 and the Aspire Z5700, both come with a 23-inch multi-touch widescreen display that offers Full HD resolutions support.
Acer in press release stated; "Besides being a fun and engaging way for everyone to manage and share digital content, multi-touch technology means you can use more gesture combinations for a wider range of functionalities and a more natural and intuitive approach".
The computers come with 8GB DDR3 memory and 2TB hard disk drives; one can opt for a 160GB SSD as well.
The graphic option involves Z5700 card that has the onchip Intel graphics solution while the Z5710 customers have the option to choose between the Geforce G210M or GT240M.
Apart from the above users get to have Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Acer's proprietary range of bloatware called Touchportal, a slot-in Blu-ray Optical drive, card reader, a HDMI port and a HD webcam.
No pricing details for the same have come up.