Acer welcomes new Aspire S3 ultrabook to its S Series family
Apparently the Taiwan-based multinational computer technology company is not resting on its laurels yet.
Acer has also announced the Aspire S3 ultrabook today, which is the company's latest addition to its S series. The Aspire S3 borrows most of its design and innovation from the Aspire S7, including Acer TwinAir cooling technology and light-sensing keyboard technology.
It also sports a dual-torque hinge design that lets users open the lid up to 180 degrees. Design-wise, as seen above, it features an aluminum and sprayed sparkling white cover with a mirror-polish finish.
Inside the ultrabook is an Intel Core processor and a new NVIDIAGeForce GT 735M graphics chip. The new Aspire S3 will be available sometime in Q3 this year.
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