Acer Inc. plans to announce in May an Aspire desktop PC based on Intel’s dual-core Pentium D processor, the company confirmed Tuesday.
"Currently, it’s being planned for launch around (the) second half of May," said Stella Chou, a spokeswoman for Acer in Taipei. Acer will not formally announce the PC until Intel has launched the Pentium D, which is also expected to happen in May, she said.
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