And in March of Ultrabooks continues. In the wake of Toshiba and Lenovo , Acer announced the Aspire S3 at its IFA press conference – confirming unequivocally that the leak, we soon spotted a few days ago. The machine, made of magnesium alloy, a thin anorexic measures 13mm and weight only 140 kg. We are told that not only promises of instant access, but near-instantaneous connectivity – Acer said it will wake from its slumber in 1.5 seconds and register and connect to hotspots in about two years . Other features include a 13.3-inch screen (1366 x 768), ultra low voltage core i3, i5 and i7, a choice of solid-state storage or hard drive, Bluetooth 4.0 and a background without evacuation so you’re not left with first-degree burns. Depending on the configuration, the battery life is designed for a maximum of seven hours or up to 50 days in standby mode. Until now, we just hear European prices (€ 799 to € 1,199), even if Acer confirms it will arrive stateside by the end of September.
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