Interested in getting yourself an ultra-slim notebook like the MacBook Air but minus the somewhat steep asking price (given its specs)? It appears that the specs of the hinted Acer ultrabook, the Aspire 3951 have been leaked along with several renderings. Based on the renderings we can’t help but feel that it bears a striking resemblance to Apple’s MacBook Air in terms of design, but what about its specs?
Well if the leaks are true, the Aspire 3951 will be a 13.3” ultrabook and be feature an aluminum body that weighs in at 3.09lbs. No word on what processor the Aspire 3951 will be using although some are speculating that it will be running on a 2011 Core chip and will also feature Bluetooth 4.0. Users are also said to be able to choose between the 160GB SSD or more the more traditional 250GB and 500GB hard drives.
It will also come with a 6 hour battery life, 30 day standby time and a 1.7s delay from moving between sleep to wake. Its asking price is also said to be between $769 to $961, depending on which model the user selects. We’re guessing based on those prices it is looking to undercut the MacBook Air.
If its specs end up looking anything like the MacBook Air, or even better, and if those prices are true, then not only should this laptop prove to be a serious contender agains the MacBook Air in terms of specs but in terms of looks as well.
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