Acer's Aspire GX comes out of nowhere to be the first prebuilt Ryzen PC from a major vendor

Acer's Aspire GX comes out of nowhere to be the first prebuilt Ryzen PC from a major vendor

When AMD launched its disruptive Ryzen processors earlier this year, none of the major prebuilt PC makers were on board. Sure, AMD’s press release included canned quotes from Dell, HP, and Lenovo executives talking up their excitement about the CPUs, but thus far, Ryzen (and AM4 motherboard) availability has been limited to DIY hardware and systems from boutique PC builders like Origin PC and Maingear.

No more.

As part of its Next@Acer event in New York Thursday morning, Acer quietly—very quietly—became the first major PC vendor to announce a prebuilt Ryzen rig. The Acer Aspire GX didn’t get any onstage time at the event and only the briefest of blurbs in Acer’s press release, but digging deeper into the spec sheets revealed what we’ll find inside.

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