Acer’s Aspire S 13 notebook is very thin

Acer’s Aspire S 13 notebook is very thin

Along with the new Predator gaming hardware, Acer has presented the new Aspire S 13 notebook. The new computer features a very stylish design and a thin and light body, which allows users to easily take the device anywhere they go.

The Aspire S 13 comes with a chassis that is just 14.4 mm thick. Inside this very thin chassis the notebook hides a 6th generation Intel Core processor (up to Core i7), up to 8 GB of DDR4 memory, and a solid-state drive with a capacity of up to 512 GB. In addition to this the Aspire S 13 has a 13.3-inch IPS display and a number of connectivity ports such as two USB 3.0 connectors, a single USB Type-C connector and a HDMI port. The battery inside the Aspire S 13 can power this notebook for up to 13 hours.

The new Acer notebook will sell for USD 699 in its most basic form.

Source: Acer

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