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Maybe there’s just something I don’t quite get concerning Megan Fox and dolphins… but assuming I’m not so far out of the loop to understand what Acer is going for with their new Acer S7 commercial, I’ll just go ahead and say it: I’m lost.
One of the most exciting recent Ultrabooks, the Acer Aspire S7, was somewhat lost amid the huge number of Windows 8 Ultrabooks launched in the last few weeks. Now that the dust has settled, the 13″ version of the Acer S7 is available starting at $1350 and some early reviews have hit the web. If you’re looking for a premium touchscreen Ultrabook, you should certainly be checking out the S7!
Acer is preparing to launch the Aspite M3 Touch with Windows 8. the design is based on a previous iteration of an Acer Ultrabook — the Acer M3. The M3 Touch is a 15.6″ touchscreen Ultrabook which competes with other big Ultrabooks like the Asus S56 and Vizio Thin and Light CT15 (indirectly however, as the latter two lack a touchscreen). Notebook Italia tracked down the M3 Touch for a brief hands-on and also uncovered European pricing.
I’ve had a chance to go hands-on with the slick looking. Everyone loves the looks, the screen, the weight but I question the battery life. A sub 40Wh battery means 4hr average battery life. It’s mobile and fun, but the might be sacrificing too much battery life for the thin aesthetic. Video demo below.
If you’re looking for a new 11” Ultrabook, the is probably on your list, especially if you’re interested in driving Windows 8 with a little bit of touch. We’re expecting the to be in the premium pricing category (i.e. not at the $799 that the Samsung Series 5 Touch could start at) but it will be much thinner and lighter than that. The Verge have taken it for a spin and are extremely impressed by the build and style. Unanswered questions remain though…
Pricing, battery size and availability are specifications we’re working on adding to the database as soon as possible.
The video (which we couldn’t get to embedd here below) is in the complete article at The Verge.
Aiming to get a lead on other touchscreen Ultrabooks, Acer has decided to launch thebefore Windows 8. We’re not expecting the model to be available in large volumes though as this sounds like a marketing move.
We’ve pulled together as much as we can find on the, the touchscreen Windows 8 Ultrabook just presented for the first time at Computex.
TheUltrabooks have just been revealed in Taipei at one of the first press events. The 11.6 and 13.3″ Ultrabooks will offer premium features and long battery life. Reports coming out of Computex are saying 9hrs and 12hrs for the 11.6″ and 13.3″ versions respectively.