Acer’s new TravelMate P645 Ultrabook means business… which is to say it’s available with Windows 8.1 Pro software and it’s aimed at business and commercial customers. But the AMD Radeon graphics and full HD 14 inch display could make it an interesting option for folks interested in doing a little gaming on the go.

The Acer TravelMate P645 is scheduled to hit stores this month with prices starting at $950 in the US and $900 in Canada.

acer travelmate p645

The ultrabook features a 14 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 Haswell processor, and AMD Radeon HD 8750M graphics with 2GB of dedicated memory. It also has a backlit keyboard and a carbon fiber lid and magnesium-aluminum base and palm rest.

The TravelMate P645 measures 0.8 inches thick and weighs 3.3 pounds.

Acer will offer models with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of solid state storage, and the notebook is available with enterprise-friendly options including a TPM module, fingerprint scanner, and Acer ProShield Manager software.

There’s also an optional docking station which includes DVI, HDMI, VGA, and DIsplayPort as well as USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports.

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2 replies on “Acer launchesTravelMate P645 ultrabook with dedicated graphics”

  1. Just nitpicking a bit but I think that you meant “discrete” and not “integrated” in the first paragraph.
    Integrated graphics are those that are integrated into the motherboard (in most cases) while discrete graphics indicate that a separate, dedicated component is used.
    AMD’s newish “APU” design blurs the line a bit but it’s still not as good as true discrete.

  2. looks nice enough, dGPU is good…

    But they didn’t say IPS display, and if they’re not bragging about it, its usually not there.

    Gonna have to look how AMD’s HD8750m compares to the GT730m from the UX302LG

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