The announcement of the Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook saw the introduction of the one of the thinnest and lightweight machines in the market. The Acer Aspires S5 is one of the Ultrabooks that have been launched by the Acer brand name so far and are still quite popular among laptop enthusiasts. The outside features of this Ultrabook include its size which is 15mm in width and has a magnesium- alloy onyx cover that is black in colour. This type of finish gives it a high-end feel while at the same time shielding it from any damage. Furthermore, its screen is 13 inches with a resolution display of 1366 by 760 which is found in most standard Ultrabooks.
The build of the Acer Aspire S5 cannot be complete without the mention of the MagicFlip port panel that is activated by pressing of a button that is located on the keyboard. This button the panel at the back of the Ultrabook flips open to reveal various USB ports namely Thunderbolt and HDMI out that save a lot of space due to where they are located. Another advantage of using the MagicFlip button is that it raises the back of the Acer Aspire S5 which makes it much easier to use it especially if it had been placed on a flat surface.
When looking for outstanding features of Acer Aspire S5, it may be hard to mention them all but there are those that stand out on their own and are able to separate this Ultrabook from its counterparts in the market. The fast response of the Ultrabook from a sleeping position is about one and a half seconds and is enabled by the instant technology known as Acer Green that is part of its features.
Furthermore, the technology known as Always Connect is also a revolutionary feature in that it is able to retrieve mails as well as the feeds from social network without having to power on the Acer Aspire S5. This convenience based application does not drain the battery beyond the norm and its activation will allow the user to have a greater experience with the Ultrabook.
Lastly, the Acer Aspire S5 has a battery that is able to sustain consistent tasks being performed on it without losing battery power fast. It is estimated to be able to work for five hours before any recharging if there is need for continued use.
Acer manufacturing company is known for their ability to produce laptops that are able to perform various tasks at very good speeds and deliver an output that is satisfactory. This is evident in the announcement of the Acer Aspire S3 which is an Ultrabook manufactured under the Acer brand name. This particular type of Ultrabook is the best for regular travellers especially because it is lightweight and high performance capabilities as well.
Nevertheless, there are a variety of features that set apart the Acer Aspire S3 from other Ultrabooks that are being sold in computer stores. At first glance, the Acer Aspire S3 has an aluminium body that has many clean lines and beautifully styled as well. Its size is 18mm with a weight of 1.36 kg which is backed by a 13 inch screen that make up the overall look of the Acer Aspire S3. The screen of the Acer Aspire S3 is a super TFT that enhances the clarity as well as vibrancy of the images that have high resolution.
The Acer Aspire S3 keyboard is spacious and very user friendly which is a good feature for those people who will use it mainly for typing. However, some keys are a bit squeezed on the keyboard it may only need a bit of practice to be able to do much without the hands getting tired.
When it comes to performance the Acer Aspire S3 uses the Intel-core i7 processor which has a low voltage, RAM of 4GB and a clock speed of 1.7GHz. A combination of these three features in terms of performance ensures that the battery power is retained while a variety of softwares are running on the Ultrabook. Furthermore, the applications are also easily uploaded onto the Ultrabook and can be used to perform various tasks.
The graphics component of the Acer Aspire S3 is also an impressive feature of this Ultrabook. Its Intel -HD graphics is combined with the chipset known as Sandy Bridge which makes it dependable because of its flexibility. Furthermore, the graphics performance unit is still able to run software that deals in multimedia which includes photos, videos without affecting the performance of the Ultrabook.
Finally, the battery life of the Acer Aspire S3 is not one of the best especially if the task to be completed needs the Ultrabook to be unplugged for many hours without recharging as it can last to a maximum of five hours.