Acer Aspire S7-191-6400 11.6-Inch(1920 x 1080) Touchscreen Ultrabook Intel Core™ i5-3317U / 4GB DDR3/ 128GB SSD / Windows 8 (Silver)

September 11, 2013 - Comment

DISPLAY | 11.6 in Full HD widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit (1920 x 1080), 10-finger multi-touch support PROCESSOR | Intel Core i5-3317U 1.70 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.60 GHz MEMORY | 4 GB DDR3 1600 MHz HARD DRIVE SIZE | 128 GB SSD OPERATING SYSTEM | Windows 8 PC TYPE | Ultrabook OPTICAL DRIVE

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DISPLAY | 11.6 in Full HD widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit (1920 x 1080), 10-finger multi-touch support

PROCESSOR | Intel Core i5-3317U 1.70 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.60 GHz

MEMORY | 4 GB DDR3 1600 MHz

HARD DRIVE SIZE | 128 GB SSD

OPERATING SYSTEM | Windows 8

PC TYPE | Ultrabook

OPTICAL DRIVE | None

MEDIA DRIVE | 2-in-1 media card reader (SD/MMC)

AUDIO | 2 built-in stereo speakers with optimized Dolby Home Theater v4 audio enhancement

VIDEO | Intel HD Graphics 4000 with shared graphics memory

PORTS | 2 USB 3.0 • Micro HDMI out • Headset/speaker jack • VGA via included micro HDMI to VGA adapter • RJ-45 via included USB to RJ-45 adapter

BATTERY | 4-cell lithium-polymer (up to 5 hours) and 3-cell lithium-ion battery pack (up to 9.5 hours combined battery life)

CAMERA | 1.3 MP HD webcam

WIRELESS | 802.11a/g/n

BLUETOOTH | Yes

DIMENSIONS | 11.17 x 7.70 x 0.48 in (283.72 x 195.58 x 12.19 mm)

WEIGHT | 2.29 lbs (1.04 kg)

COLOR | Aluminum Silver

OTHER | Model number: S7-191-6400
Keyboard travel: 1 mm
Touchpad dimensions: 90 x 50 mm

For more technical specifications, please see manufacturer’s website.

Product Features

  • 11.6″ Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen CineCrystal LED-backlit display with Multi-touch (supporting 10 finger touch) and tough Gorilla Glass 2
  • Razor-slim 0.48″ and a featherlight 2.29 lbs, 11.17 x 7.70 x 0.48 inches, 2.29 lbs. (system unit with 4-cell battery), 2.69 lbs. (system unit with 4-cell battery & 2nd Battery)
  • Ultra thin, premium aluminum unibody design, super tough and ideal for on the road. Light-sensing backlit keyboard
  • Intel Core i5-3317U 1.8 GHz (3 MB Cache), 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 128 GB Solid-State Drive
  • Windows 8, Up to 5-hours Battery Life (with 4-cell battery), Up to 9.5-hours Battery Life (with 4-cell battery & 2nd Battery)

 

Comments

bttrmlkdrp says:

Battery Life is overstated I received this on 7/20/2013. I paid $671.00 which is a good price for the specs. I use it now to surf the internet and anticipate using it in the near future for class assignments.Well I was going to give this 4 stars until the computer shut down only a few seconds after giving me a warning that my battery life is at 10 percent. It’s plugged in now so here goes…Well, this thing looks good. It’s sleek, light weight, runs fast, fits in a large purse and has great screen resolution. It stays pretty cool to the touch. But battery life is a pain, especially since its overall design would make it a wonderful little mobile computer. I adjusted the screen brightness to below 50 percent and it still only worked for about 3.5 hours instead of the 5 hours stated in the specs. (My cel phone stays on longer than that after being charged.) There is an extended battery, and although it’s not bulky, I really don’t like the idea of having to screw the thing on to extend the…

Dustin Wood says:

A slick little laptop This thing is nice. I was replacing a 4 year old Toshiba Ultrabook. And I must say, I’m really impressed with everything about it.Its very slim and lightweight. Its just only slightly thicker than the monitor lid of the Toshiba I had.Its powerful too. I believe the Windows Experience number is 5.9 for desktop graphics I think. I did hit a number over 8. I loaded up Skyrim to test. It automatically set all the graphic settings to low at 1080p resolution. It plays smooth at that resolution. I’m guessing I could probably bump up a few settings and it’d still be fine.I loaded up Windows 8 on my Toshiba, and I hated it. It felt like two OS’s ducted tape together. But figured it felt that way, because it was meant for touch screens. And the Metro side of the OS looked like it would be enjoyable as a tablet OS. But now after having this Acer with a touch screen, I still hate Windows 8. Its still two OSs duct taped together. The trackpad was doing things…

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