Acer has unveiled the latest version of Spin 1 convertible notebook. Spin 1 is a slim all-metal design body with a portable and lightweight design. It also supports Windows Ink through an Acer Active Stylus.
The notebook weighs just 1.25 kg (2.76 lbs), the thinness is 14 mm (0.55-inch) which makes it easy to handle sports the latest Intel Pentium or Intel Celeron processors paired with 4 GB DDR3L memory and a multiple choice of 32 /64/128 GB eMMC storage. The notebook has a crisp 11.6-inch Full HD (1920×1080) touch-enabled screen with IPS technology displays with 178-degree viewing angles. It provides eight hours of battery life.
The Spin 1 combines superb hardware with innovative features with a Precision Touchpad, which supports Windows 10 gestures. With Acer Active Stylus1 accessory, it enables precise and direct on-screen input, providing a natural pen-on-paper experience. Users can quickly turn thoughts into action, capture ideas swiftly and naturally with Windows Ink.
Acer Spin 1 notebook has Intel Wireless-AC (802.11ac 2×2) technology, for providing up to three times faster downloads compared to traditional 802.11n 2×2 devices. The device also offers Acer BluelightShield which may help to reduce eye strain from prolonged screen viewing. The notebook has Acer TrueHarmony technology located on both sides of the device. Additional connectivity options include Bluetooth 4.0, one USB 3.1 port, one USB 2.0 port, one HDMI port and one microSD (SDXC) card slot.
The Acer Spin 1 notebook will be available in North America in July at a price starting at $329; and in EMEA in July with prices starting at €399.