Of course only if the leaked specs sheet and images from the Taiwan-based PC maker come into reality.
The folks over at Sohoa managed to acquire unofficial details of what is said to be another contender of the recently-released 2011 MacBook Air models. Called Acer Aspire 3951, the said laptop will apparently don an aluminum casing, with 13.3-inch screen size, just 13mm thick, weighs around 1.4kg, with HDMI and USB connectivity, and offers more than 6 hours of battery life. The said machine is also claimed to use Intel’s 2nd generation Core i-Series “Sandy Bridge” processor and will carry an optional 160GB SSD Hard Drive or 250/500GB traditional HDD.
The Acer Aspire 3951 is speculated for an October release and will run Windows 7 OS. And if this machine did exist, price guesstimate is in the range of $770 and $960 – which is no doubt more affordable than the basic setup of MacBook Air. More of Acer Aspire 3951 once it gets official, but for the meantime – check out more images below for your viewing pleasure. [via]
Update: Aspire 3951 gets official as Acer Aspire S3.