June 7, 2012

Acer Aspire S7 unveiled at Computex 2012

Acer has unveiled the Acer Aspire S7 during the Computex 2012 event. This device, apparently, an ultrabook is, personally, beautiful. I love it's design and the white color of it, it's just pretty. The Aspire S7 comes in either an 11-inch version or a 13-incher and apparently runs on Windows 8. This ultrabook from Acer has a bit of a unique feature which you cannot really find in other ultrabooks out there. It has the capability to be turned 180 degrees and can theoretically turn into a tablet of sorts.

Acer Introduces Premium Touch Ultrabook™ - Aspire S7

Iconic design for the thinnest and smallest Ultrabook™ devices

TAIPEI, TAIWAN (June 4, 2012) – Acer today introduces its newest premium Windows® 8 Ultrabook™ devices - the Aspire S7 Series - at Computex Taipei. Available in two sizes, 13.3-inch and 11.6-inch, these are the thinnest and smallest, respectively, Full HD touch Ultrabooks™. Both feature a sleek aluminum metallic unibody design and provide a more engrossing computing experience. The larger model additionally sports a glossy, sculpted glass cover, delivering a trendy and elegant appearance.

With the aluminum unibody design, the S7 Ultrabooks™ are exceptionally slim and light, yet durable enough to handle the rigors of everyday use. The 13.3-inch model offers up to 12 hours of battery life, while the 11.6-inch model can run for up to 9 hours, to ensure a full day of on-demand productivity and media consumption from a single charge. To make the best of the powerful performance components, Acer designed its innovative Acer Twin Air cooling system to produce efficient cooling and deliver the best thermal comfort.

Acer's S7 Series also features a light-sensing keyboard, which automatically detects changes in lighting conditions and adjusts the keyboard backlight brightness.

The new S7 range are singular ultra-mobile devices that blend performance, aesthetics and user-friendliness, giving modern day explorers the most complete and satisfying computing experience.


Source: Endgadget


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