Acer has announced that the company is going to introduce a new significant addition to the Aspire line of laptops this September, the Acer Ultrabook. It is going to be a 13-inch laptop with thickness as low as 13 mm (0.5 inches) and weight as low as 1.3 kg (2.86 lbs). The specifications of the Ultrabook are still not made public, but it is clear that Acer is going to use one of Intel’s mobile processors from Core i line. The battery life is expected to be about 6 hours which is very impressive.
If Acer’s plans come true, their Ultrabook is going to become one of the first ultra-thin notebooks that run on Windows operating system. Many other laptop manufacturers, including ASUS TeK Computers, also expressed interest in producing their own Ultrabooks in the nearest future.
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