Acer has unveiled the new and low-priced Aspire Switch 10 and Switch 11 that features a removable hinge for using the device as a notebook or a tablet.
Two new models have been launched, one is an updated model (Acer Aspire Switch 10) with a 10.1-optional full HD display and the other 11.6-inch model with a higher specification and a larger keyboard. The updated model is powered by Intel Atom processor with 2GB of RAM and 32 or 64GB internal memory. The display has been changed to 16:10 aspect ratio from the previous 16:9 ratio.
The tablet weighs around 2.58 pounds with the keyboard while the tablet weighs around 1.28 pounds. The tablet is thin, measuring about 8.9mm and 22.9mm when attached to the keyboard. The ‘zero air gap’ IPS display is fitted with a magnetic hinge for removing the keyboard. This allows the device to be used as a notebook, tablet or as a display. The display has been enhanced to 1280×800 from 1366×768 with the 16:10 aspect ratio. The another Switch 10 model offers 1920×1200 resolution with 200ppi.
The updated Switch 10 models without HD will be priced at $329 with a free Microsoft Office 365 subscription while the Switch 11 will be priced at $399 without a Microsoft Office 365 subscription. The Switch 11 features a corning Gorilla Glass display with 1366×768 resolution, 2GB of RAM and 64GB internal memory along with a large keyboard. Another model with Intel i5 processor with 1080p display and 128GB internal memory has also been launched. Consumers can also purchase stylus, USB charging hub and a case, though the pricing has not been announced yet.
- Toshiba unveils new Chromebook 2 and Windows laptops at IFA.
- Nude celebrity photos accessed via iCloud, leaked online and FBI is investigating.
- Tesla Model S is the least stolen car in the United States.
[ Source ]