Acer unveils new Aspire Ultrabooks

Jun 2, 2013

Acer continues its roll of impressive Windows 8 devices – this time at COMPUTEX in Taipei, where they unveiled two new Aspire Ultrabooks: the Acer Aspire S7-392 and the Acer Aspire S3-392.

The new Acer Aspire S7-392 13.3-inch Ultrabook carries on the characteristics that made the previous S7 so popular – it’s slim and light at .51 inches and 2.87 lbs. However, Acer ups the ante with the S7-392 by increasing the battery life by 33% compared to the previous S7 model, plus it boasts an electroluminescent backlit keyboard, quieter fans and a 4th generation Intel Core processor.

Equally tempting is the new Aspire S3-392 13.3-inch Ultrabook, which inherits the design of the Aspire S7 Series, including its dual-torque hinge that makes for quiver-free, solid display. The S3-392 delivers on beauty, as well, with a sleek combination of glossy white and anodized aluminum. It has the latest Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce GT735M graphics, and a light-sensing keyboard that auto adjusts to ambient light.

Learn more about these Aspire Ultrabooks and other new PCs from Acer in Brandon LeBlanc’s post on the Windows Experience Blog. And check out more recently released Windows 8 PCs from Acer here.

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Deborah Pisano
Microsoft News Center Staff

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