Acer National Geographic Edition Aspire Laptop can help you plan your next adventure

Acer National Geographic Edition Aspire Laptop can help you plan your next adventure

The National Geographic Edition Acer Aspire Vero includes the familiar yellow borders of the National Geographic magazine, as well as a small extract from a topographic map across the lid. It utilizes 30% post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic in the laptop’s screen bezel as well as the chassis, and 50% in its keycaps, further reducing the computer’s footprint. Spec-wise, it includes an 11th generation Intel processor, up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, and up to 1TB of storage—not too different from the already-eco-friendly Acer Aspire Vero we reviewed in December.

Acer and National Geographic collaborate on a limited-edition eco-friendly laptop with the magazine’s signature yellow borders. Are you a fan of National Geographic’s vibrant colour images depicting far-flung destinations on your bucket list? With Acer’s new National Geographic Edition Aspire Vero laptop, announced at CES 2022 this week, you can capture a touch of that adventurous spirit every time you check your email. According to Acer, the new limited-edition computer represents the company’s commitment to a more sustainable future, and each purchase will benefit the non-profit National Geographic Society in the United States.

Highlights

  • The Acer Aspire Vero National Geographic Edition will be available in China in January and in Europe in March, where it’ll start at 900 euros. It will also make its way across multiple countries in the Asia Pacific region later in the year, though there’s no word yet on a North American release.

  • National Geographic Acer Aspire Vero Front and Back. The Vero lineup of laptops is just one part of Earthion, Acer’s effort to tackle environmental challenges. The main goal of Earthion, Acer says, is for the company to reach 100% renewable energy usage by 2035. “Acer has been taking steps over the past several years to reduce its ecological footprint,” said Acer Notebooks General Manager James Lin. “The Vero product lineup, born from our Earthion platform, represents the latest of these efforts.”