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Acer Relaunches Spin 3 from its Stylish Convertible Notebook Series

At its Global Press Conference in New York, Acer introduces Spin 3, the newest member of its flexible convertible spin family. The quick-change artist is powered by Intel® processors up to Core™ i7 8th-generation and NVIDIA® GeForce® MX230 GPUs, providing up to 256GB of PCIe SSD and up to 1TB of HDD memory. It also features the retractable and rechargeable Acer Active Pen and enhanced Wi-Fi 5 functionality.

Flexible, Stylish and Powerful

At a low weight of 1.7 kg, the new Spin 3 can be easily stowed in a handbag or briefcase. The display frame, which is only 9.6 mm wide, enlarges the visible screen area and ensures a stylish design thanks to a 79 percent screen-to-body ratio. At the same time, the 360-degree hinge enables seamless switching between laptop or tablet mode and makes the Spin 3 the ideal platform for writing, presenting or playing. Users can operate the Spin 3’s 35.6 cm (14-inch) Full HDIPS touchscreen simultaneously via touch and stylus, while the Acer Active Pen allows precise and direct on-screen input to efficiently handle complex tasks. With the retractable Active Pen, users can take their notes immediately and have them quickly at hand at all times.

Professional users can do without a power outlet for up to 12 hours with a single charge on the go. Two loudspeakers on the front provide a crystal clear and distinct sound in any operating mode. The precision touchpad, which supports Windows 10 gesture control, allows users to work quickly and smoothly by accurately translating touches and gestures. Dual-band Gigabit Wi-Fi 5 with MU-MIMO technology makes it easy to keep in touch with colleagues, customers and friends.

Prices & Availability

The new convertibles of the Acer Spin 3 series are expected to be available from June at recommended retail prices starting at 599 Euro.

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