Acer has officially announced its newest convertible notebook device that held at Computex 2017 in Taiwan. It is called the Acer Spin 1, which is powered by Windows 10. One of selling point of this ultra-slim 2-in-1 notebook offers a compatibility with Windows Ink through an Acer Active Stylus as well on the go. The Acer Active Stylus will allow the user to write directly on the screen providing a natural pen-on-paper experience.
Acer Spin 1 lightweight notebook has an 11.6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) IPS touch-enabled display. As per the company claims it has implemented ‘Acer Bluelight Shield’ as well to reduce eye strain. Inside, the machine provides Intel Pentium or Intel Celeron processors with 4GB DDR3L RAM. That’s accompanied by a choice of 32/64/128GB eMMC storage under the hood.
Acer Spin 1 ultra-slim 2-in-1 notebook packs Bluetooth 4.0, one USB 3.1 port, one USB 2.0 port, one HDMI port and one microSD (SDXC) card slot. Talking about the immersive sound experience, this Spin 1 powered by Windows 10 is carrying Acer Trueharmony technology on both sides of the device providing optimal sound in any mode and even when paired with the camera.
The Acer Spin 1 would be first arrive in North America starting from July at starting price of $329, while EMEA in July at starting price at €399. The exact specifications, prices, and availability would be unveil vary by region.