The company from China has just renewed the entire TravelMate series. The maximum exponent of its recent renovation is the Acer TravelMate P4, a laptop that borrows the latest innovations in the market to raise its possibilities above the previous generation, with eleventh-generation Intel processors and Thunderbolt 4 ports that allow users to connect external graphics cards, as well as different cable connections.
Acer TravelMate P4 Features
|Acer TravelMate P4|
|Screen||14-inch IPS LCD panel with Full HD resolution|
|Processor||Intel Core 11th generation|
|RAM||Up to 32GB DDR4 type|
|Storage||Up to 1TB M.2 PCIe SSD|
|Graphics||Integrated Intel Iris X graphics card and dedicated Nvidia MX 350 graphics card (optional)|
|Sound||To be specified|
|Autonomy||Up to 15 hours|
|Connections||USB Type C Thunderbolt 4|
To be specified
|Wireless connectivity||WiFi 6|
4G LTE (optional)
To be specified
|Design||MIL-STD-810G Military Protection|
Colors: Charcoal Gray
|Featured Features||Backlit keyboard with white LED lighting and splash resistant FN multimedia keys, Thunderbolt 4 connectivity to connect external graphics, TPM 2.0 security module to prevent tampering at system boot|
Military Grade Protest Against Falls and Scratches
The new generation comes with a design protected by the military certification MIL-STD-810G that gives the laptop a certain resistance to falls and scratches. The chassis edges are specifically designed to withstand falls from the edge. The keyboard also features splash protection, whether from water or other liquids.
As for the display of the new Acer TravelMate P4, the device features a 14-inch panel with Full HD resolution. Unlike the Spin variant, the screen lacks touch capability and the possibility of folding it up to 360º. However, the total weight of the device is significantly lower: only 1.3 kilograms, while the chassis is no more than 1.8 centimeters thick.
Thunderbolt 4 Ports accompanied by the Best of NVIDIA and INTEL
The technical section of the Acer TravelMate P4 has nothing to envy to the rest of the laptops. Specifically, the machine has eleventh-generation Intel processors, plus an optional graphics card signed by Nvidia, the MX350, which accompanies the Iris X integrated into the Intel processor. Likewise, the memory can be increased up to 32 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of the capacity of SSD PCIe M.2 type.
Regarding connectivity, the laptop has WiFi 6 and an optional 4G LTE connection. It comes with Thunderbolt 4 ports that allow users to connect third-party graphics to match the power of a desktop. It also has a TPM 2.0 security chip that prevents manipulation at the start of the operating system. The autonomy, by the way, is 15 hours, according to data provided by the manufacturer.
Price and Availability
The TravelMate P4 is available on Acer official store in two models: the version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD is sold for $899.99 whilst the version with 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD is sold for $1099.99.
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