Acer Aspire V5 notebook appears online at 11.6 inches with $449 price-tag

A new Acer Aspire V5 notebook has popped up online sportting a convenient 11.6″ body and an AMD AMD Temash chip for only $449.
The company hasn’t put out a press-release announcing the new device at this time, but a quick jump to the official website shows the notebook running Windows 8 64-bit version and details most of the notebook’s specs. This would be Acer’s first device that has the AMD Temash chip that was announced back at CES 2013.
The new device is the Aspire V5-122P-0643 and it comes in at 11.6″, 14.0″ and 15.6″. Customers can also choose models “with 10-point touchscreens” and are available in “array of mellow colors” according to the website. Other features include an AMD Quad-Core Processor A6-1450, 2GB DDR3 Memory2 GB DDR3 Memory, UMANo External Video Memory, multitouch HD LED LCD screen and 500 GB HDDNNSD card reader. We will keep you update as Acer officially announces the new line, until then you can check out the official product page below.
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