Acer’s Aspire Timeline Ultra M3-581TG is more than just a mouthful: it’s an ultrabook, too. Oh, and it’s not just any ultrabook: it’s the first ultrathin, long-lasting laptop with dedicated GeForce graphics. While we’re at it, we should probably mention that it’s not just any dedicated graphics chip either, but rather Nvidia’s first long-awaited Kepler GPU… and according to Nvidia, it can play Battlefield 3 on ultra settings at the laptop’s native 1366 x 768 resolution. If that’s not impressive enough, the company claims the Ultra M3 can still manage eight hours of battery life for normal tasks using Nvidia’s Optimus graphics switching solution. The 20mm thin chassis holds an optical drive, to boot.
That GPU is the GeForce GT 640M, and…
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