Acer Launching Ultra-Thin Frameless Notebook?

Posted: Mar 8 2010, 11:38am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:54pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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Acer is one of those rare companies that is actually capable of surprising innovation. Most manufacturers can only react to the movers-and-shakers in the industry. Acer is one of the companies that pushes us forward. Digitimes reported today that Acer has a very strange little notebook coming in the near future.

This device will have a touchscreen keyboard, and the back of the panel's glass substrate will act as a cover. There will be no frame for the screen, it will just be one piece of Corning's reinforced glass substrate with color printed on the back and a screen on the front. This, plus the touch keyboard, will allow Acer to create an incredibly thin device.

The material costs of this new notebook should also be conspicuously low. That's all we know for now, but it's certainly enough to start geeking out over!

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