At Computex 2013, Acer is updating its 13″ S7 Ultrabook with impressive specs across several models. The original S7 Ultrabook was already known for its super-thin design but Acer has decided to up the ante by adding 30% more battery life to an official 7 hours (a feature dear to pretty much all users) and has improved its new laptop across the board: the fans are 20% quieter at maximum load, the keyboard has been improved, WiDi wireless displays are now supported.
Dubbed S7-392 this new AcerS7 gets a 1080p IPS touchscreen (10-point multi-touch) which can be upgraded at order-time to a massive 2560×1440 resolution. This is massive pixel density for a thin 13.3″ laptop. Obviously, the reason why it is announced today is because it features Intel latest Haswell processor also known as 4th Gen Core.
Acer has been adamant in saying that it uses the best possible materials, and to prove it, it has built the new S7 with a single-block aluminum unibody. In the real-world, this should translate into a super-stiff laptop. We just want wait to get our hands on one for a review. Acer won’t reveal more specifics for now, but availability is set for “Q3″, so we still have a bit of time.
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