Acer has officially launched its affordable Aspire C series of all-in-one Windows 10 desktops in the United States. The Aspire C series packs 2 models, both of which feature extremely thin .31-inch bezels as their most eye-catching feature. Those thin bezels surround a 21.5-inch or 23.8-inch display, depending on your preference, with resolutions coming in at a pretty standard 1920 x 1080 resolution.
Aside from the attractively thin bezels, you're looking at pretty standard fare for affordable all-in-one PCs. The smaller model is powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Celeron J3160 processor and 4GB of RAM. The bigger of the two, on the other hand, comes with a much more attractive 2.3GHz Intel Core i3-6100U processor and 8GB of RAM. As for hard drive space, you're looking at 500GB on the low end and 1TB on the bigger model.
It's pretty clear you won't be doing any hardcore gaming or intense work on these machines, but that's to be expected. The smaller Aspire C all-in-one comes in at just $449, while the larger model costs $699. For attractive PCs that should still be able to handle most tasks, that's not bad at all.
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