Powering Windows 8 with the Acer S7-391

Powering Windows 8 with the Acer S7-391

As one would expect, Windows 8 is going strong, releasing groundbreaking software and apps for the modern desktop and laptop. The new Acer S7-391 is the result of dedicating an entire device to windows software.

Slim and sleek looking, this touch-screen laptop is easily portable due to its slim but sturdy 11.9mm body, featuring brilliant performance, a stellar display system, processor, graphics, and more. All this cutting-edge Windows-Acer technology is priced at $1699.

The Acer S7-391 display features a 1920 by 1080 pixel grid on the 13.3 diagonal inch screen, and 128GB SSD’s twin integrated and striped in RAID 0 array for a total of 256GB. The neat design also sports a micro HDMI port, and SD/MMC memory card slot, a headset/headphone jack, two USB 3.0 ports, and a USB Ethernet adaptor, something not featured in most modern laptops.

It also boasts a HDMI to VGA cable, which requires a micro HDMI to HDMI cable to use. There is a wide range of connectivity options on this device, with an 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, a TK Ethernet USB adapter, and Bluetooth 4.0.

The Acer S7-391 is powered by an Intel Core i7 CPU and its strong performance led to a score of 72 in the World Bench 8 test suite, where its competitor, the Lenovo Idea Pad Yoga scored only 60.

Windows 8 performance has proven stronger than Windows 7 in many benchmark tests, especially when run on hardware optimized for the new operating system.