By launching Aspire S5, which it reckons will also be the first Windows-based PC to feature a Thunderbolt port, Acer has unveiled the ‘world’s thinnest’ moniker upon an Ultrabook.
With it Acer has become the most recent company that deals ‘world’s thinnest’ Ultrabook release which Toshiba has already made that claim.
However the Aspire S5 deals with the exhaustive features of just having 15mm its thickness, weighs less than 1.4kg and gear up with a 13.3in display, just like its predecessor, the Aspire S3.
Thunderbolt port, the big part of it that to be added in it has so far only materialized on Apple products.
While the “MagicFlip I/O” panel, a flap at the back which also hosts an HDMI and a USB 3.0 port, is released, and Thunderbolt port suddenly go ahead with short explosive sound.
The company announced its timeline feature that by using its “Instant On” technology which ensures battery life lasts several weeks while in sleep mode too, Ultrabook can wake in just 1.5 seconds.
Acer S5 will provide the facility to aid connectivity and social media updates as called ‘Always Connect’ feature that also allows users to wake the Aspire S5 from a remote device such as a smartphone.
However the date and price rates of Acer S5 Ultrabook have not yet announced.