Acer has today announced that they will be revamping the Acer Aspire S7, announced just a year ago, Acer has today announced that they will be improving the 13.3 inch Ultrabook with more memory and a bigger battery.
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The device now includes 8GB of RAM as standard, instead of the previous 4GB, as well as a bigger battery, bumped up from 4,680mAh to 6,280mAh, a 34% increase in total.
Biggest of all, they will also be upgrading the device with a new fourth generation CPU from Intel.
All of which only mounts up to a small increase in thickness, from 0.47 to 0.51 inches, as well as an increase to 2.86 pounds in weight from the previous 2.87 weight.
All of which will be topped onto the already included, 1920 x 1080 capacitive touchscreen display, two USB 3.0 ports, a 128B SSD and all for the same price of $1,399.
Alongside this, Acer also announced a brand new laptop, the Aspire S3, which includes the same 180-degree touchscreen display, with NVIDIA’s GeForce GT735M, 1TB HDD and only at 0.7 inches thick, and weighing only 3.83 pounds.
There’s no news yet on how much this will be priced at, or when it might launch.
Finally, there’s also a revamped version of the Z3 all-in-one desktop, which now includes Harman Kardon speakers, two USB 3.0 ports, an adjustable webcam, 23 inch 10-point capactive touchscreen and 1080p IPS LCD panel.
Acer also mentioned that the Z3 AIO will be available from this month.