Acer unveils new TravelMate notebooks
Mumbai, July 13 (IBNS): Acer India, a leading vendor in the notebook space, on Friday announced the launch of its new range under the TravelMate series - the Acer TM P243.
The TM P243 offers optimum user experience and provides consumers with the highest level of data protection through its Acer ProShield Security, Acer Office Manager (AOM) and eRecovery Manager, said the company.
"With Acer's ProShield Security feature, the user's resources are protected so that even if the laptop is stolen or lost the information cannot be utilized; while the Acer Backup/eRecovery solution copies all the users' information to secure the data and offers need basis data recovery," said an official spokesperson.
Targeted to meet the diverse needs of consumers in the SMB and SOHO segment, the TM P243 offers enhanced multi-tasking capabilities and boosts productivity of every working individual.
Powered by the third generation Intel Core i processor with Turbo Boost Technology, the TM P243 notebook is expected to provide faster performance.
S. Rajendran, Chief Marketing Officer, Acer India, said, "The TravelMate P243 boasts of Acer's own dynamic security technology solution that takes care of Data Protection. At the same time, we also believe that the TM P243 is one of the sturdiest notebooks in the market."
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