Acer brings in another performer to its Nitro gaming series by introducing the Nitro 5 spin convertible gaming laptop in India. Equipped with the new, powerful 8th Generation Intel Core i7 or i5 processors, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics and blazing-fast GDDR5 VRAM, Acer Nitro 5 Spin delivers the performance needed for gaming anywhere, anytime.
Commenting on the launch, Chandrahas Panigrahi, CMO and Consumer Business Head said, “We are extremely excited to launch the 1st convertible gaming Notebook- Nitro 5 Spin in India. Nitro 5 Spin’s convertible design and 8th Gen Intel Core processor with NVIDIA 10 series graphics card makes it a versatile gaming device that opens up exciting new usage scenarios for enthusiast gamers and creative professionals on the go.”
The product is available in Flipkart, leading retail chains and Acer Exclusive stores. Its flexible design, powerful components, touchscreen, and popular gaming features make it ideal for a variety of demanding games and creative professionals
Equipped with up to an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics and blazing-fast GDDR5 VRAM , the Nitro 5 Spin delivers the performance needed for enthusiast gamer anywhere, anytime. 256GB SSD ensures the system boots up fast and stays responsive and 1TB HDD plenty of space for games. Paired with a 15.6-inch Full HD IPS display, backlit keyboard and great audio system consisting of two speakers and one subwoofer, it’s an ideal platform for mobile computing and entertainment on the go.
To keep the gaming going strong, Acer’s omni-directional ExoAmp Antenna optimizes the Nitro 5 Spin’s antenna position to ensure a stable wireless signal, regardless of the antenna being located beneath the notebook’s metal cover and the direction the device is facing. It also includes MU-MIMO (Multi-User Multi-Input Multi-Output) wireless technology for up to three times faster downloads, smoother streaming and a better browsing experience than other 11ac products in a multi-user environment. MU-MIMO networks serve multiple devices simultaneously, instead of just one at a time.