The first Windows 8 ultrabook of Acer - S7 series revealed

Acer has recently announced a newest range of windows 8 ultrabook at Computex, the Acer Aspire S7 Series is the first model of Acer powered by Windows 8, known as the S7 series both system feature all-aluminium bodies with full HD touch screens in what the company calls the thinnest, lightest and smallest HD ultarbook for their latest model to compete for the current trending for Ultrabook coming in the market, manufacture by the biggest company. 

These HD 1080p touchscreen notebooks is coming in the two sizes which is the 13.3-inch and the 11.6-inch, according the Acer these two models provide and quoted for the battery life up to 9-12 hour continuous of usage, respectively. Including a light-sensing keyboard that automatically adjusts the backlight of the keyboard based on the ambient conditions. The system also features what Acer calls a Twin Air cooling system to keep overall temperatures down and provide better thermal cooling comfort, presumably the models doesn’t feel any heat touch of the body such as your palm of the hand, or even put it upside of your lap.

According to the company the 11.6-inch S7series laptop is the “world’s smallest form factor ultrabook with touch” measuring a scant 12mm thick. Both laptops can be folded open up 180 degree, making them easy to lay flat on your office room tablet. Beyond the glass and metal screen backs, Acer has made what feels like two really well-built machines, especially compared to some of its previous high-end brotherhood.

The is no such thing clear if this model equipped with the latest generation Ivy Bridge CPU for both models, I am sure for some specs equipped, including full-size SD card reader , a micro HDMI port, USB 3.0 port for sure this is always present. The S7 series laptop will be available between $999 - $1799, and it will be depending of course, the configuration result.


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