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Acer has announced refreshes to its Aspire laptops at CES 2021, with this year's iterations to be equipped with AMD Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors.

Announcing two new laptops for the Aspire line that are both equipped with 15. 6 inch curved 1080p display as well as a 12.5 inch nit-picker display, Acer may be announcing the first refresh of their Aspire 15 G6 (1.7GHz 8MB L2 Cache, 256GB RAM, IPS, 1TB HDD, 2270mAh) and 14 G3 (1.69GHz 6MB L2 Cache, 512GB RAM, IPS, 15.6" 240Hz draw down touchscreen).

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While they are not replacing the previous Acer Aspire R14, the new 13.3″ variant will replace the Acer Aspire GX150 that debuted earlier this year. Some highlights of the new affordable laptops include:

- 15.6-inch prototype display is made from a glass-fiber composite that's 30% lighter than the previous high-contrast fiberglass displays

- interchangeable panels can be swapped between 14- and 15-inch models at no additional cost

- Razor thin bezel of 5.2mm means amazingly thin notebooks then thin bezels

- Lightweight body with aggressive design and sleek looks

- 12.5-inch Nit-Picker WQHD display with Diamond Surface Pro coating reflects more light to minimize reflections on screen creating a unique picture with crystal clear depth

- Upgradeable hardware from Android 7.1.1 Nougat with new high-performance Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050M graphics graphics option

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