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|Release date||1997 (as Acer Extensa)|
19?? (as TI Extensa)
Acer Extensa series is a affordable line of Acer laptops designed for office and business users. Its competitors include the Dell Vostro, and HP ProBook lines and low-end Lenovo ThinkPad laptops. The Extensa series includes several notebooks with different design, performance and functionality. The Extensa name had been used by Texas Instruments, which sold its mobile computing division to Acer in 1997.
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Extensa 15 (EX215-55)
Extensa 15 (EX215-54)
Extensa 15 (EX215-53)
Extensa 15 (EX215-52)
Extensa 15 (EX215-32)
Extensa 15 (EX215-22)
Extensa 14 (EX214-53)
Extensa 14 (EX214-52)
Discontinued Acer models
- Extensa 450 (1995)
- 57x series (1996)
- Acer Aspire and TravelMate
- Dell Vostro and Latitude
- Fujitsu LIFEBOOK
- HP ProBook and EliteBook
- Lenovo ThinkPad
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