Taiwanese technology company Acer announced a new Spin 1 convertible notebook. Design-wise, it flaunts a 14mm all-metal chassis and weighs 1.25kg.
It runs Windows 10 out of the box and supports Windows Ink–a software suite that contains applications and features oriented towards pen computing–thanks to the company’s Active Stylus.
The notebook is operable with any of these modes: Laptop, display, tablet and tent. Inside, there is Intel Pentium/Celeron processors, 4GB of RAM and 32/64/128 GB of storage.
The device sports a 11.6-inch 1080p touchscreen with 178-degree viewing angles. Under the hood is a battery which is claimed to deliver up to eight hours of usage.
The Acer Spin 1 comes with the Precision Touchpad which supports Windows 10 gestures. On the connectivity front, it supports dual-band Wi-Fi.
The notebook also features Acer BluelightShield to reduce eye strain from prolonged screen viewing. Either side of the device include speakers with Acer TrueHarmony technology.
More on the connectivity front, it embraces Bluetooth 4.0, one USB 3.1 port, one USB 2.0 port, one HDMI port and one microSD (SDXC) card slot.