Acer Aspire 3 powered by 11th Gen Intel Processor is the company’s second Make In India laptop


Acer outfitted the Aspire 3’s 15.6-inch FHD LCD TFT LCD screen with a 16/9 aspect ratio.

Acer India announces new Aspire3 laptops, powered by Intel, under the Make in India campaign. This second laptop by Acer India is made in the Noida facility. Coming to the laptop’s specs, you are getting three models based on the internal machinery — an Intel Core i3 variant, a Core i5 with Intel iris Xe graphics, and a Core i5 with Nvidia GeForce MX350 graphics. Other noteworthy components include DDR4 memory and SSD storage, Windows 11 software, a 1080p screen, and Windows 11 software. Scroll down for more information.

Acer Aspire 3 Specifications and Features

Acer equipped the Aspire 3 model with a 15.6 inch FHD TFT LCD display with a 16/9 aspect ratio. A 720p HD webcam is located at the top. A ten-key keyboard is available as you descend. 

The laptop boots with Windows 11 and Intel’s 11th gen Core i3/i5 processor. The i3-1115G4 version uses Intel UHD graphics. It also has an i3-1115G4 4GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD and a 256GB SSD. You can also choose the i5-1135G7 version with discrete Nvidia GeForceMX350 GPU or irisXe graphics. The i5 SKUs have 8GB DDR4 RAM and 128GB SSD. There is also a 1TB HDD.

The connectivity options include WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, HDMI, Bluetooth-A 3.2, HDMI port, 2x USB 3.2, 1x USB2.0 port, RJ45 Ethernet port, and a 3,5mm audio jack.

A 36.7WHr battery is present inside that’s bolstered by a 45W adapter. 

Acer Aspire 3 Prices and Availability

Acer Aspire 3 i3 variant is priced at ₹50,000, the i5 with iris Xe graphics is priced at ₹53,990, and i5 with MX350 GPU costs ₹58,990 in India. Flipkart lists the Intel Core i3 model.

Speaking about this new announcement, GS Sondhi, Senior Director – Product Management, Acer India, said “Acer Aspire 3 is the first laptop under Aspire series that is manufactured locally with world-class manufacturing standards that is on-par with global processes to deliver performance and quality which the customer demand. This laptop is built on Intel’s platform and delivers enough power for your daily work, learning, or general use. This laptop follows the TravelMate series laptops that began shipping to commercial customers at the start of the month. With the success of this second fully made in India laptop, we believe the impetus to PC manufacturing is particularly significant as it can help reduce imports which have become all the more important as their usage increase rapidly amid the Covid-19 restriction.”

Meanwhile, Rahul Malhotra, Director, Consumer Sales, Intel India, said “We are delighted that Acer has once again chosen to work with Intel on their second Make in India laptop with the launch of the Acer Aspire 3 laptop, extending our long time collaboration with Acer to more locally manufactured laptops. This is testament to the value and performance that the Intel platform delivers across consumer, business and education segments, while also helping meet the growing laptop demand in India that we have witnessed in recent years.”

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