Acer Aspire Switch 10 FHD


The officially at IFA 2014 presented Acer Aspire Switch 10 FHD with high-resolution display can be pre-ordered now. The surcharge for FHD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels holds absolutely limited. You pay basically just 30 € 349 € more (link to quotation) for the 32 GB model. For 50 € more, there are either more internal memory in tablet or a 500 GB hard drive in the keyboard dock. This time, it is also a model with 64 GB of internal memory and 500 GB HDD in the dock for € 449 (offer link). The selection is thus somewhat larger.

The Acer Aspire Switch 10 FHD therefore comes with a new display and a much higher resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The presentation is expected to be significantly better than the HD model, which is first put on the market. Whether the higher resolution has a negative impact on the running time, we can without having seen it, not tell. According to the official statement not – being there spoken of 9 hours of run time, we have not achieved to some extent. Driven the latest generation of the Intel Bay Trail Z3735F quad-core processor, 2 GB RAM are available. Technically, this should be a little bit slower than a Z3745, should really notice the difference but it hardly. The Windows button is now but on the side of the housing, while there is still an HDMI output and therefore also the possibility to connect the tablet to an external monitor.

Part of the delivery of the Acer Aspire Switch 10 FHD the keyboard with magnetic connection and the possibility of the windows to be able to put 8.1 Tablet in both directions. The back is made of brushed aluminum and there are two front speakers. This time there is no full version of Office 2013, more free to pay but by Windows 8.1 with Bing only one year access to Office 365 Then you have to access – but explains the comparatively low price.

Cyberport is an availability of the Acer Aspire Switch 10 FHD in all versions in 3-4 days. Thus, the launch is coming soon and we will hopefully soon get the first reports of how well the high resolution screen really is and whether the new processor can handle it well.




September 12, 2014

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