Acer Aspire S7 (S7-391-73514G12aws) Windows 8 Ultrabook

The Aspire S7 Ultrabook will turn heads with its lovely design and excellent 13.3in touchscreen display

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Ultra-Thin, Ultra-Light, Touch Screen, Sturdy Glass Back, Premium Materials
Power Button Playing Hide And Seek (put at so unobvious place), Uncomfortable Keyboard
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Very impressive computer. Runs wonderful Windows 8.1. Made out of premium material like aluminium and gorilla glass. Nice touch screen for easy side and bottom controls. Very thin 0.6 inch thin and 2.8 pounds feather light. I seriously don't want to elaborate the cons because I don't want you guys to be taken back by it. This is just a wonderful machine. You'll love it.




The slim look; touch screen
The keyboard action - not enough depth so hard to adjust to; the on button - where is that thing?
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I've been using this one for about 6 months and like it a lot.
It's a work tool and I use it in a school/counselling setting.
The touch screen is handy when taking students between websites and referring to information sources. The sleek, thin lines of the computer also draws compliments when I am not in the office. It really is thin and feels light.
The on button was a mystery to me until one day I turned the computer off and had to call IT to turn it back on again - embarrassing! Because it is on the side it is easy to turn off inadvertently.
The keypad is my greatest bugbear. The action is low profile and it has taken me time to get used to the feel. I switch between a full size keyboard so coming back to this one is a pain. I have reduced the repeat rate in order to make it more manageable.
Overall, I would buy one of these for my personal use if I needed to. Compact, lightweight, looks good - what more could a girl ask for?

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