Acer is known for releasing top-of-the-line gadgets suited for people of all age. They have been widely popular for innovating products that would be user-friendly, effective and efficient all at the same time. And it seems like Acer is not yet done in surprising it consumers as it unveils another innovation in India, the Spin 7.
Spin 7 Features and Identification, Product Tagged as the World's Thinnest Laptop
Acer has revealed its newly released product, Spin 7, stylishly designed for the user's comfort and convenience. And now that the impressive product is set for a release in India, it will surely rake in impressive sales and positive reviews.
Spin 7's specifications are widely different from the other products as it offers a 14-inch full-HD IPS panel with 1920x1080 pixels of resolution. It also has an Acer Color Intelligence in its touchscreen that would allow users to adjust saturation, fully utilizing the product's color and brightness.
Other than that, Spin 7 is also protected with Corning Gorilla Glass that would ease consumers in the aspect of protection.
Spin 7 is tagged as the world's thinnest convertible notebook. It weighs 1.2 kg. that could be tilted in any position user's are comfortable. The laptop could also be converted into tablet making it handier than the usual laptops being released to date.
Features also include that the gadget has Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity and an 8-hour battery life,
According to PC Mag, The Senior Director and Consumer Business Head of Acer India, Mr, Chandrahas Panigrahi admits that they are in great joy to release the Spin 7. The executive ensures that the company would still be doing the best that they can to focus on innovating gadgets making it a lot easier to use.
"We are extremely excited to launch one of our flagship products in India, something that we are really proud of. Considering that Acer has always focused on delivering industry leading innovations, the Spin 7 is a reflection of just that. Our top-of-the-line Spin 7 will allow consumers to enjoy extreme portability without compromising on performance or versatility."