Acer introduced the Aspire Z3-605 Series all-in-one (AIO) desktop PC offering crisp sound and a 23-inch 1080p Full HD display. It includes two 3-watt front-facing Harman Kardon speakers that claim to produce crystal-clear audio. In addition, Dolby Home Theater v4 audio features optimized digital output technologies for delivering music, movies and games in dynamic surround sound. Plus an ergonomic frame tilts from 10 to 30 degrees and an adjustable HD webcam maximized viewing comfort. Frequently used ports and buttons are grouped together on the front for easy access.
Thanks to the chassis’ 10 to 30 degree tilt adjustment, users can find the best angle for watching a film or playing a game. In addition, the integrated 1-megapixel HD Webcam with 720p image capture can be adjusted between 0-20 degrees, affording users the ability to find the best position for comfortably chatting with friends or family.
Select models feature a Full HD IPS display with 10 point touch. The IPS technology delivers consistent images, colors and brightness from all viewing angles up to 178 degrees, a significant advantage for group viewing. These models also offer integrated hand recognition software that reads human gestures for easily controlling the Windows 8 user interface and cursor from a distance.
The unique capsule-shaped port bay on the front of the chassis groups together the on-screen display (OSD) button, SD card reader, USB 3.0 and 2-in-1 combo audio jack, for easy reach. To enhance the clean design, the stand has hooks to keep cables neat and the desk tidy, while Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11a/b/g/n eliminate messy wires.
The Acer Z3-605 Series runs on Windows 8 with up to an Intel Core i5 processor, as much as 8GB DDR3 dual-channel memory and a 1TB hard drive. Offering excellent connectivity, these AIOs come with an HDMI port for attaching a gaming console or television and two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 ports link the systems to peripherals and digital devices. An integrated SuperMulti optical drive enables DVD movie viewing as well as the burning of music and photos to CDs.