Acer Offers Assassin’s Creed Unity FREE With Purchase of Select Gaming Laptops

Looking for a new machine this holiday? Do you plan to use it for work, gaming, or just general everyday use? Well look no further! Acer has introduced a new model in to its family of Aspire V Nitro: Black Edition notebooks that includes a 4k UHD display. For $1,499.99, you can purchase this Laptop PC that offers 4 times the amount of pixels as a 1080p Full HD display. According to a release from a source at Acer, this computer is ideal for high end video editing and can handle running graphic intensive games.

Here are some of the specs for the computer to show you how it will perform:

Display Size: 15.6-inch

Display Resolution: Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)

Processor: 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4710HQ Quad Core Processor

Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M with 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 VRAM

Memory: 16GB DDR3 dual channel memory

SSD/HD: 256GB solid state drive

1TB hard drive

Audio: Optimized Dolby audio enhancements featuring Audio Optimizer, Audio Regulator,Volume Leveler, Volume Maximer, Intelligent EQ, Dialogue Enhancer, and SurroundVirtualizer (for headphones and built-in speakers)

Keyboard: Backlit; full size with dedicated numeric keypad

These are just a few of the great qualities that this fantastic pc offers. Now, if you are wanting this pc to game then you need to act fast. As of November 3rd, and while supplies last, Acer is offering a free digital code of Assassin’s Creed Unity with the purchase of select Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition notebooks.

The select V Nitro Black Edition notebooks are available at Amazon, Newegg, and Tiger Direct. Notebooks start priced at $1,099 and are eligible for the Assassin’s Creed Unity complimentary code for a limited time.

So act now and move fast if you plan to pick up Assassin’s Creed Unity as well!

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