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The Acer Aspire S7-391 features a 13.3" 1920x1080 LED backlit multi-touch display with Intel HD Graphics 4000, it its powered by an Intel Core i7-3517U (1.9 - 3.0GHz) and 4GB of DDR3 RAM, it packs 256GB SSD and a SD/MMC card reader. Last but not least, the S7 includes 2 USB 3.0 ports and HDMI.
Strong battery life.
High-res touch screen.
Very thin and light.
180-degree angle on screen.
10-point touch screen.
Comes with mouse.
Clean desktop mode screen.
Dual friction on hinge.
Really fast SSDs.
The touch pad is not as responsive as it should be.
Mediocre battery life.
Requires dongles for VGA and Ethernet.
Persistent cooling fans in high performance mode.
Sharp palm rest.
By TechSpot on January 10, 2013
The touchable, classy Acer Aspire S7 is targeted right at the road-warrior, power-hungry, super-user. Two years after the introduction of Ultrabooks, we have yet to see a model that executes on all counts, but despite a couple of disappointing flaws this is one of the closest to the perfect mark.
By TweakTown on May 09, 2013
It's really refreshing to come to the end of this review and be able to say that I would buy this computer for personal use. Well, if it wasn't so expensive, I would. The price is just a bit hard to swallow. Acer has the machine available for...
By Ubergizmo on May 07, 2013
a good ultrabook with not-so good battery life) The Acer Aspire S7 may be one of the company’s first touchscreen ultrabooks, but the company certainly knew what it was doing when it designed the S7 as it looks really nice and can perform...
By HEXUS.net on April 23, 2013
We didn't think it would be Acer who would set a new standard for Ultrabook design, but credit where it's due, the Aspire S7 is one of the most stunning laptops we've seen in recent years. Dual-torque hinges, an impossibly-thin body and a...
By The Inquirer on April 03, 2013
TAIWANESE COMPUTER MAKER Acer unveiled its line of Windows 8 devices late last year with a "duality" tag line, focusing on introducing what the firm claimed was a new way of interaction for users . Ensuring that all of its Windows 8 devices...
By PCAdvisor on April 01, 2013
There's room for improvement in battery life, but the slim, light design of the S7 is hard to beat if you're looking for a really portable laptop that has enough power to handle some serious work when you're away from the mains.
By PC Advisor on April 01, 2013
We admired the elegant design of the original Acer Aspire S7 that we reviewed last year, and this latest laptop adds a powerful Core i7 processor to what is still a sleek Ultrabook running Microsoft Windows 8. The first thing you notice about the S7 is...
By Stuff.tv on April 01, 2013
Well-designed, distinctive and powerful enough for day-to-day computing, Acer’s Aspire S7 is everything we wanted from the Chromebook Pixel...
By CoolSmartphone on March 19, 2013
A few years ago I thought that to have a small lightweight easily transportable device you would have to get an iPad or an Android Tablet. Or get cross with a Netbook or break the bank and get a fancy Ultrabook. I settled for an Android Tablet a while...
By XSReviews on March 18, 2013
The Aspire S7 remains the best Ultrabook I’ve ever used. While there are obvious points of improvement in terms of battery life, beyond this flaw the Aspire S7 simple soars. A top Ultrabook and a new high standard for Acer design. Pros Thin and...
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