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Acer Aspire S7 ultrabook
Photo: Company [Jun 18, 2013]

Acer's new 13.3-inch Aspire S7 ultrabook, showcased at Computex 2013, is equipped with an improved battery life, a refined electroluminescent (EL) backlit keyboard, and the second-generation Acer TwinAir cooling technology. In addition, it is equipped with the wireless display (WiDi) technology.

The Aspire S7-392 features a Full HD IPS 10-point touchscreen and technologies including dual-array microphones and Acer's proprietary PurifiedVoice technology, which enhances speech performance and reduces noise for voice recognition and VOIP applications.

The machine is powered by a fourth-generation Intel Core processor and a RAID 0 solid state drive.

The S7 features a dual-torque, T-shape hinge frame design to ensure wobble-free touch use, a Gorilla Glass 2 surface and a unibody design made from a single block of aluminum.

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