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Meet World’s Thinnest Ultrabook!

13 January 2012 4,639 views No Comment

One of the leading notebook manufacturers in United States, Acer unveiled the world’s thinnest ultrabook – Aspire S5. Measuring just 15 mm at maximal point, Aspire S5 ultrabook weighs less than 3 lbs. All-new ultrabook comes pre-loaded with unique Acer Green Instant On technology and Acer Always Connect. Aspire S5 boasts everything a tech enthusiast expects in a fully-loaded laptop.

Aspire S5 ultrabook

“The Ultrabook is much more than just a product segment,” said Jim Wong, president of Acer Inc. “It’s a new trend that will become the mainstream for mobile PCs, and customers will see the unique features gradually extended across Acer’s notebook family.”

Acer Green Instant On provides instant-resume functionality (in 1.5 seconds) and ensures extra long battery life. Acer Always Connect on this lightweight ultrabook gets users online faster than conventional connections for better productivity. This technology can wake up Aspire S5 from a remote device like a smartphone. It offers instant access to to documents, music, pictures, and video files.

Outfitted with a delicately curved chassis in Onyx Black, Aspire S5′s cover rim wraps around the system body like a protective shell. Its magnesium-aluminum alloy cover and palm rest provide a slimmer and sturdier form, while metallic brushed detail presents subtle elegance. Clean and ultra-fluid contours look from all angles make it a vision of beauty.

Company’s first ultrabook to include a smartly designed MagicFlip I/O port panel concealed just below the hinge, Aspire S5 features Intel Core processor, SSD storage, professionally-tuned Dolby Home Theater v4, PowerSmart battery pack, chiclet keyboard, 13.3-inch LCD display, HDMI, USB 3.0, and much more. Aspire S5 will start shipping in Q2 2012. No words on pricing at the moment.

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