A lot of new products were presented by Acer at the conference at New York. One of them is Aspire R11, a convertible PC with a screen 11.6-inch displays a definition of 1366 x 768 pixels, swivels 360 ° and protected with Gorilla Glass to ensure better protection, particularly against scratches.
The Acer Aspire R11 features the BluelightShield technology that reduces eyestrain by lowering the intensity of blue light that emanates touch screens. Its touch screen can be rotated around the keyboard that turns the PC into tablet mode or “support” to view presentations or media files, as proposed by the tablet Lenovo Yoga .
Inside this Convertible PC we will find an Intel Pentium whose power has not yet been revealed. It will be supported by 8GB of RAM and can count on a hard disk of 500 GB or 1 TB. This PC is positioned as an entry-level model. It will also be equipped with a TrueHarmony audio system having speakers with a paper diaphragm.
The Aspire R11 will be available in different versions with Intel Pentium or Celeron processors. At its connectivity, it will be equipped with a USB 3.0 and a USB 2.0 port and an HDMI output and an Ethernet port. It will also carry a webcam and autonomy can reach up to 8 hours according to information released by Acer at its conference.