Acer unveils desktop darlings

Acer Computer has unveiled its Veriton 5500 and 7500 series of desktop PCs for the Middle East's small and medium-sized business market.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  June 12, 2002

Acer Computer has unveiled its Veriton 5500 and 7500 series of desktop PCs to the Middle East market. Boasting ease of manageability, reliability and a low total cost of ownership, the PCs are aimed squarely at the region’s small and medium-sized business (SMB) users.

“The Veriton 5500 and 7500 series offers productivity minded users unbeatable mainstream CPU and chipset stability, straightforward graphics strength, and the latest in peripheral connectivity,” says Dinesh Narayanan, director of business development, Acer Computer Middle East.

“The key strengths of the 5500 and 7500 series desktops can be seen as reliability, controllable total cost of ownership, and easy manageability,” he adds.

Reliability comes from the use of an Intel Pentium 4 and i845GL chipset combination while the Veriton line also uses Intel LDCM (LANDesk Client Manager) to constantly monitor networked PCs and workstations for hardware problems, alerting administration if a malfunction is detected. The Veriton family also employs DDR-SDRAM memory, offering fast and efficient computing.

Easy of management comes from the PC’s two USB 2.0 ports as they dramatically improve the transfer rates by a shocking forty times. In addition, the microphone and headphone jacks on the front panel of the Veriton family PCs allow users to quickly and easily attach USB peripherals and audio devices, directly benefiting the workplace productivity and user satisfaction.

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