Computers & Internet | Tags: Acer, Notebooks
Acer has expanded its Switch 10 series line with the new 10.1-inch model notebook, which featuring Intel Atom quad core processors and appealing aesthetics. The company has also announced that it will be refreshing its Switch 11 series with a new 11.6-inch model leveraging a new high design, improved ergonomics and more processing power.
~ Acer newest 2-in-1 Notebooks ~
The new Acer Aspire Switch 10 E and Switch 10 were designed for taking to class, to work and on the road usage. It is thin, light-weight and durable and they are combine a full Microsoft Windows 8.1-based notebook and tablet in one flexible device featuring a magnetic detachable design for latch-free docking and smooth transition between four modes.
Users can use the notebook for content creation and other productivity apps, they can pad for browsing the Internet, viewing movies, playing tablet games and taking notes, display for showcasing presentations in small meetings, sharing with friends and communicating via video-conference and tent for watching movies and maximizing space in confined spaces such as while traveling by plane or train.
The HD 1280 X 800 resolution display delivers clear and vibrant visuals and supports 10-finger multi-touch, it features the Acer VisionCare suite, which includes Acer BlueLightShield to reduce eye strain by decreasing the blue light emitted from the screen and Acer LumiFlex, which optimizes the output of the display under sunlight to provide better visibility. The Acer Aspire Switch 10 E will be available in North America in middle of July 2015 with prices starting at $279; whereas the Acer Aspire Switch 10 will be available in North American in August 2015 with prices starting at $399.
Information via acer.