Acer launches Aspire Vero laptop, made from recycled plastic

One of the most important aspects that almost every company is working on right now is to decrease their environmental footprint and create products from recycled material or something that would not harm the environment. With Microsoft 11 operating system going live, many companies have launched new devices running on it and so has Acer. However, the device is completely different in terms of the offering. The device is the new Aspire Vero laptop which runs on the new Windows 11 operating system and one of its key features is that it is built with post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastics both for the chassis and keyboard caps.

Now, this is the first device from the company which has been working around sustainability, and 30% of chassis is made from PCR plastic, while keyboard caps use 50% of PCR. Not only the device but the packaging has also been made from recyclable material, which has 100% recyclable plastic as laptop and keyboard protection sleeve. When it comes to the laptop, it has been powered using Intel’s 11th Gen Core i7 processor with Iris Xe graphics paired.

It offers the users 512GB of SSD storage, which can also be u[graded. It comes with a 15.6-inch display, which is an FHD panel and supports Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, and has USB-C, Type A, and HDMI 2.0 ports. The laptop comes in two variants, where the first variant is powered using a Core i7 processor and has 16GB of RAM. It has been priced at $899.99. The second variant is powered using 11th generation Core i5 processors and comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD storage. It has been priced at $699.99

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