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The TravelMate 5320 delivers performance and functionality you can depend on for your daily computing requirements. Encased in Acer's stylish, professional ProFile chassis, this capable notebook runs on the latest Intel Celeron mobile processor and hosts built-in security features such as HDD password management to prevent intrusion and theft. Ensuring convenient, high-quality communication with your contacts, the Acer Video Conference solution is integrated into the TravelMate 5320, making it your trustworthy portable business partner.
The latest-generation Intel Celeron processor offers robust, reliable mobile performance for exceptional value.
The integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) X3100 3D graphics deliver enhanced video and graphics performance for running business applications and delivering impressive presentations.
A 15.4" WXGA wide-aspect display gives you 30% more viewing area, reducing the need to scroll when working with spreadsheets.
Acer GridVistaT simultaneously shows up to eight windows on dual displays and automatically resizes open application windows to fit the screen, so you can multitask and compare documents faster than ever.
An ample Serial ATA hard disk provides abundant storage and speeds data transfer, system bootup and application loading.
Up to 2 GB of dual-channel DDR2 533 MHz memory runs multiple programs with ease, increasing productivity.
A DVD-Super Multi double-layer or DVD/CD-RW combo drive extends your data storage options.
Acer Empowering Technology integrates seven frequently used applications into one portal, easily accessible via the Empowering Key, for efficient manageability.
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