Acer and National Geographic have teamed up to create an Aspire Vero-Laptop to develop that benefits the environment

Acer and National Geographic have teamed up to create an Aspire Vero-Laptop to develop that benefits the environment

Tech Highlights:

  • In the National Geographic Edition, there’s 50% PCR (post-consumer resins) plastic on the keyboard caps as well as 30% PCR plastic on the top & bottom cover, screen bezel and operating surface. It sports a panel developed with over 99% of recyclable material. There’s also no paint on the chassis, but rather standard ink, which lowers the impact from VOC (volatile organic compounds). This laptop is also designed to be easy to upgrade. The underside cover can be removed by unscrewing the eleven standard Phillips-head screws, which’ll reveal the SSD and RAM.

  • The CES 2022 has officially begun with a host of fresh announcements, and Acer is easing into the proceedings with one of its first: the Acer Aspire Vero National Geographic Edition. This isn’t a brand-new laptop, but it is a limited-edition version of the Acer Aspire Vero. It will be available in France in March, with a starting price of €899. Right now, there’s no word on availability in the United States. This laptop, like the regular version, aims to be as environmentally friendly as possible while maintaining the majority of the same specifications. It has Intel Core processors up to 11th generation with Intel Iris Xe graphics. The Acer Aspire Vero is an average machine, according to our review of the standard edition.

The Acer Aspire Vero National Geographic Edition is also packed in a 100% recyclable package that you can actually turn into a laptop stand. Acer also stated that every purchase of this laptop will help support the global nonprofit National Geographic Society, but it’s unclear what percentage that would be. For more CES 2022 coverage, stay tuned to our homepage.

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