The new Acer Spin 7 convertible laptop by Acer sits at the top of the portability game with a sleek, lightweight and flexible design. It provides an ultraportable, flexible computing experience. Running on Windows 10, with 360-degree hinges, as well as Continuum, the Acer Spin 7 can rock out as a notebook or tablet, in a space-saving display mode, or in tent mode for sharing presentations or watching movies. Some models provide three times faster downloads through innovative wireless technology. Acer BluelightShield minimizes eye strain, Acer Colour Intelligence maximizes colour saturation for bright and clear visuals, and Acer TrueHarmony pumps out crisp and clear audio.
It’s thinner than a DVD case, and weighs in at a tiny 1.2 kilograms (2.6 pounds), giving it an extra level of portability than many laptops can’t offer. The 13-inch all-aluminum uni-body houses a 14-inch Full HD IPS Corning Gorilla Glass touchscreen display with a narrow bezel. Sleek and contemporary, its matte black chassis is complemented with polished silver hinges and diamond-cut edges around the touchpad. You can expect up to 8 hours of battery life and the speed of the 7th Generation Intel® Core i7 processor, up to 8GB of memory and a speedy 256GB SSD.
Dual USB 3.1 Type-C ports are included for quick data transfers, connection to an external display, and to charge the notebook. A wide glass touchpad helps fingers glide smoothly across the surface with minimal friction. The Acer Spin 7 is available now, with prices starting at €1,299.
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