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Acer The Next Generation of Computing

13 Mar

Can’t get enough of all those Microsoft Windows 8 products that we’ve been seeing a lot of lately? Of course you can’t because Acer recently announced its whole range of Windows 8-ready products including the highly anticipated ultra-light, sleek and remarkable Acer Aspire S7. For many years now people have been wondering if an iPad or an Android tablet could take over their laptop because laptops are too bulky and heavy to be lugging around, but why replace with a tablet when there’s the Aspire S7 Ultrabook that features a slimness that is comparable with an iPad, light weight, a 13.3″ size that we’re all familiar with when it comes to doing work (10.1″ is hardly any fun) and more importantly, runs on Windows 8 and is powered by Intel Core processor to handle all your daily tasks. The 13.3″ Acer Aspire S7 is one of the sexiest Ultrabook I’ve seen so far, featuring a white scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 2 structure at the front, it is ultra slim with an overall thickness of only 11.9mm including the keyboard. Using a dual torque hinge on the lid, you can use it like a normal laptop, or use the touchscreen comfortably because the hinge will create an ideal amount of resistance for your touch, making the lid stay in place even with strong touches; you can also lay it flat at 180-degrees and the image orientation reverses for easy touch-and-show sharing. There is also an 11.6″ version though unfortunately, it does not feature the same sexy white glass cover. Both S7 Ultrabooks feature full HD touch display with electroluminescent backlit keyboard that offer a gentler glow than LED backlit keyboard, automatically activating and adjusting its brightness based on ambient lightning. They also feature the company’s very own Twin Air cooling system that extends the battery life and keeps the S7 comfortable to use. Acer also announced the ICONIA Tab W510, Tab W700, Aspire 7600U AIO, and Aspire 5600U AIO. Hit the break to find out more.

 
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