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IFA 2017: Acer Switch 7 Black Edition
Photo: Company [Sep 1, 2017]

Acer's Switch 7 is an ultra-slim convertible and detachable Windows 10 devices incorporating the new 8th Generation Intel Core processors and secure biometric technology supporting Windows Hello.

According to Acer, the Switch 7 Black Edition is the world's first fanless 2-in-1 notebook equipped with discrete graphics, made possible by Acer's Dual LiquidLoop fanless cooling technology. With a 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics, it is meant for intensive tasks, creative production and content streaming.

The Switch 7 Black Edition weighs less than 1.15 kg with the keyboard detached. It features Acer AutoStand, a patented kickstand that can be auto-deployed and auto-retracted and a 13.5-inch IPS display with 2256 x 1504 resolution. It has an embedded stylus powered by Wacom EMR technology that features 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity and pen tilt support to control the angle, width or shading of the stroke. This stylus is battery-free.

Supporting Windows Hello, the Swift 7 Black Edition features an optical-based under-glass fingerprint sensor design with POA (Power on Authentication) that allows users to power on the device and login instantly with just one touch.

It will be on display at IFA 2017 in Berlin September 1-6.

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