Acer has now announced the National Geographic Edition of the Acer Aspire Vero. The design features of the planet Earth are used in this special edition.
According to Acer, each special edition purchase benefits the National Geographic Society, a non-profit organization based in the United States that works to conserve the globe through exploration, research, and teaching.
The design includes a topographical map on the device’s lid as well as the Nationa Geographic logo on the laptop’s keyboard rest area.
“Acer has been working for several years to lower its environmental footprint. “The Vero product lineup, which is based on our Earthion platform, is the most recent of these initiatives,” stated James Lin, General Manager, Notebooks, IT Products Business, Acer Inc. “We’re thrilled with how the Aspire Vero has been received by users and the media alike, and we hope that our efforts will inspire partners and industry colleagues to take similar measures in their own capacities.”
The original Vero’s chassis was made of 30 percent post-consumer recycled plastic, which the firm carefully selected for its balance of durability, rigidity, and beauty. The Acer Aspire Vero National Geographic Edition expands on this concept by incorporating 30% PCR in the screen bezel and 50% PCR in the keycaps, substantially lowering the laptop’s footprint. Acer has also made it easy to repair and update the laptop by removing the bottom cover with eleven ordinary Phillips-head screws, allowing customers to replace the RAM and hard drive.
The Acer Aspire Vero is powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics and comes with Windows 11 out of the box and WiFi 6. Check out our review of the Acer Aspire Vero for more information.