Acer introduced to the public the world’s thinnest ultrabook. The company launched at CES 2012 the new Aspire ultrabook called the S5. With a maximum thickness of 15 mm, the device is currently the thinnest ultrabook. But this is not the only aspect that impresses.
Acer is proud that the Aspire S5 comes out of standby mode in just 1.5 seconds. It can do this using Acer Instant On technology. The company states that users can get out of the sleep mode using their smartphones.
The new device also features Acer Aspire Always Connect, a service that updates the mail box and messages received through various social networks while the device is in standby mode – a feature not to neglect.
Acer Aspire S5 comes with a 13.3 inch display and weights about 1.3 kg. This ultrabook is equipped with Intel Core CPU And SSD memory. It is also equipped with USB ports, HDMI output and connectivity support for Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt port could mean that the Acer S5 will use the Ivy Bridge Intel platform.
Another advantage that this model brings is the excellent battery lifetime. The battery features PowerSmart technology, which gives three times longer life than its actual competitors.
Acer Aspire S5 comes with an elegant design. It features a black metal Onyx case, gently curved. The ultrabook’s structure is quite resistant. Aspire S5 housing consists of a magnesium alloy and aluminum materials. Furthermore, this model comes with chiclet keyboard. It also benefits of Dolby Home Theater audio technology And LED screen.
These were the latest details on the Acer Aspire S5. The complete technical specifications have not yet been made public. Most likely, Acer Aspire S5 will be launched on the market in the middle of this year.