[Computex 2013] The Ultrabook market is definitely a competitive one – there are so many makes and varieties out there, so much so that one can have a pretty tough time trying to pick out just the right Ultrabook for one’s needs. Acer has added another model to such a conundrum (after rolling out their fair share of devices earlier today, of course), with the introduction of the Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook. The Aspire S3 will integrate Acer design cues as well as innovations that were derived from the flagship Aspire S7 Series.
Just what kind of hardware does the Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook pack underneath the hood? Well, on the outside, you will find the very same patented dual-torque hinge design that can be found on the Aspire S7, enabling one to easily open the lid up to 180° so that it is a snap to share content, all the while ensuring the display remains wobble-free so that you have an outstanding touch experience. Not only that, Acer’s TwinAir cooling technology would mean the S3 remains cool to the touch always without having to sacrifice performance. There is a light-sensing keyboard that auto adjusts its brightness to ambient light for better visual comfort in dim settings as well as superior battery life management, accompanied by a cover that is made from aluminum and sprayed Sparkling White with a mirror-polish finish. The Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook will measure a mere 17.8 mm thin and tips the scales at just 1.65 kg. It has the new NVIDIA GeForce GT 735M graphics chipset running underneath the hood, and with Acer Fast Resume, you can resume the device from Sleep mode in just 1 second. Unfortunately, there has been no concrete release date set for the Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook save for a Q3 2013 release.