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Acer Aspire Z3 series all-in-one PC
Photo: Company [Jun 11, 2013]

Acer has introduced the Aspire Z3 series all-in-one PC, a desktop PC with a 23-inch 10-point touch display designed for modern homes.

The Z3 features a 1080p Full HD LED-backlit LCD with a high contrast ratio, and a 178-degree wide-viewing-angle IPS display. It is also equipped with an adjustable HD webcam that can be moved by up to 20 degrees.

The Z3 is Acer's first all-in-one PC to use Harman Kardon speakers and is coupled with Dolby Home Theater v4 technology for sound output.

The machine is powered by an Intel Core processor, along with Intel HD graphics. Two USB 3.0 ports provide fast data transfer and flexible expansion, while HDMI input turns the Z3 into a display for game consoles. The Z3 also offers AcerCloud, a free file sharing and media management solution.

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