Acer Expands Its Range Of Notebooks
—CT News Bureau
Bangalore, June 5: Acer India has rolled out a new campaign to push the notebook sales among the school students.
‘Back to School’ Campaign aiming to empower the student community and first-time buyers, this campaign will run all the way till 15 June, 2015. Moreover, the company has partnered with online tutorial classes Vedantu for students from grade 6 to 12.
As part of the association, upon signing up on Acer’s website, students can avail of Vendantu’s offerings ranging from monthly tuitions, IIT foundation course to preparing for exams such as NTSE and PSA. Vedantu will provide free live online tuition classes worth Rs. 500 to customers buying Acer’s notebooks during the campaign period.
The Back to School campaign also promises to provide an opportunity to the consumers who buy Acer notebooks and the all new Acer One 2-in-1 device, a chance of a lifetime to meet their favorite superstar Hrithik Roshan. Along with this, Acer offers a host of other attractive benefits on purchase of a range of devices, such as a minimum assured buyback amount of Rs. 5,000/- on old laptops (any brand), one year accidental damage protection plus extended warranty of two years’ worth minimum Rs. 6,000/- and interest free loans through Bajaj Finance worth a minimum amount of Rs. 2,000/-, at no extra processing fee.
S. Rajendran, Chief Marketing Officer, Acer India, said, “Our products are designed to provide students with access to Acer’s innovative technology to help broaden their horizons and empower them to keep pace with the current demands of productivity and optimum usage of time and resources. In schools and colleges however, integrating technology into the classrooms is definitely a great way to reach diversity in learning styles.”
Acer will be offering a wide selection of notebooks from its latest Aspire E5 series and the Aspire R13 convertible notebook. These devices provide students with updated features at affordable prices to enjoy excellent user experience for their learning and entertainment needs.