Acer has been making its mind to create a decent netbook that may be much unfavorable to the usual battery life expected from netbooks in general. So the company is introducing its new device Acer TravelMate B113 which is powered by a modest-performing Celeron B877 processor and featuring a 11.6” screen.
This new model from Acer is reportedly much heavier than the typical netbook, but regrettably its lacking the useful DVD-Writer.
In actual the TravelMate B113 is that much heavier that we can’t put it into the ultrabook category and also that is excluded by the device’s thickness.
You will find TravelMate B113 as pretty atypical device. It doesn’t look like an UltraBook, can’t last as long as a netbook, and it doesn’t have a propped ODD drive just like any notebook should have.
This model is designed for the cash-strapped buyers who need more performance than a netbook can provide, but that don’t mind the lower battery life and the lack of the ODD.
This ultraportable offer, expected 802.11b/g/n WiFi connectivity useful in any context, especially on the road. Moreover, there is a multi-touch trackpad, USB 3.0 high speed, HDMI, and a rechargeable lithium-ion 4,400 mAh battery that provides reasonable.
The screen features the average 1366 by 768 pixel resolution and the whole thing weighs in at 1.88 Kg. That’s about 4.14 pounds, and it is clearly too much to be considered an UltraBook.
We think that Acer cold have incorporated an optical disc drive in the TravelMate B113 as there are quite a lot of laptops that come with an ODD in the €450 ~ €560 price range of the TravelMate B113.
Or you can take it as about $563 to $700 in US Dollars which is quiet high price in our opinion. Well the much capable versions come with a 1.3GHz Pentium B967 or a Core i3-2377M working at 1.5GHz.
Presently it is available in classic black color and is going to be release in US from June 27th (today).
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