Acer goes for professionals

Acer has become the latest PC vendor to launch machines based on Intel’s Pentium 4 processor with Hyper-Threading technology in to the Middle East market, with its introduction of the Acer Veriton 3600G and 7600G series models. The machines, which are aimed at business users, feature integrated safety and management functions.

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By  Peter Branton Published  July 7, 2003

Acer has become the latest PC vendor to launch machines based on Intel’s Pentium 4 processor with Hyper-Threading technology in to the Middle East market, with its introduction of the Acer Veriton 3600G and 7600G series models. The machines, which are aimed at business users, feature integrated safety and management functions.

“In the Middle East, PC sales account for a significant amount of Acer’s business. We understand the importance of releasing new models to a market that is growing quickly and has developed needs,” said Krishna Murthy, general manager, Acer Computer ME.

Eugene Thomas, director, business development for Acer ME, said the new models all feature large mass memories and high processor speeds as well as a range of multi media functions, all of which would win over business customers. “Throughout the region there is a need for flexibility and scalability, which are features that the Veriton models provide. By introducing such high performance desktop PCs to the region, Acer is raising the standards in computing for professionals by offering reliability, connection flexibility and return on investment at a competitive price,” he said.

Both series models come with an on-board network card and include Acer’s LANScope software, which helps with network management and control, one-button recovery for simple system restoration, and security features to control the downloading of data to external storage media.

The Veriton 7600G is a mini-tower cabinet 800MHz system, with integrated DDR400 memory, and three internal and three external storage bays allowing wide storage possibilities. Both series models feature six USB ports, all based on 2.0 standard.

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