Acer introduced a new 2-in-1 notebook. The company claims that this is the world’s first transformer PC with a silent liquid cooling system and a discrete graphics card. The device has a keyboard/palmrest that can be easily disconnected turning the laptop into a tablet; the cooling system has no fan, which makes it silent.
Inside the convertible laptop, we find 8th generation Intel Core processors, with top spec assembly having Intel i7-8550U quad-core processor with working frequencies 1,8-4,0 GHz. The amount of memory reaches 16 GB (DDR4) and hard disk storage reaches 512 GB (SSD). Finally, video performance is given into the capable hand of NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics chip, which can even make playing less demanding games like Overwatch no big deal. Professionals will find such performance satisfying as well.
Acer Switch 7 Black Edition is the first device that is equipped with Acer AutoStand, a stand that folds and unfolds automatically. This technology allows ease and speed of setting up the device, that can compete with opening a traditional laptop.
13,5-inch IPS screen with resolution 2256 x 1504 pixels guarantees high-resolution picture, accurate colour representation, and wide viewing angles. Naturally, it is a touchscreen. The screen can recognise gestures and stylus. The one provided is Wacom EMR, which distinguishes 4096 levels of pressure applied and angles between the pen and the screen.
You may consider selling your old computer here if you want to get Acer Switch 7 Black Edition, as it is not cheap. It may appear on store shelves by the end of this year with the average price for the top configuration of £1999.