Having the latest device is no longer purely limited to function and convenience – it has become a fashion statement as well.
Tamara Dey, lead singer of Flash Republic, told journalists in Johannesburg that “tech has become synonymous with fashion in 2015.”
While wearable technology is becoming increasingly popular, fashion statements are not limited only to gadgets that are worn.
Dey pointed out that having the latest phone or a stylish device is an essential part of any fashion ensemble, and Acer’s Aspire introduces this concept.
The Aspire Switch 10E, for example, is available in six eye-catching colours and sports a sophisticated textile pattern on the top cover and underside.
This 2-in-1 device has the added benefit of preventing scratches while providing a stylish appearance and a better grip for easier carrying and transport.
The device also follows current trends, where devices are becoming thinner and lighter, measuring at just 10.95 mm thin and weighing only 630 grams in tablet mode.
Besides being stylish, the Aspire Switch 10E also features an Intel Atom quad core processor, up to 12 hours of battery life, and a premium IPS display protected by Gorilla Glass.
The Aspire S7 Ultrabook is another Acer device that seamlessly combines form and function.
It features a stylish, premium unibody design made from a single block of aluminium, and is impressively slim and light, measuring only 12.9 mm thin and weighing 1.3 kg.
Its Gorilla Glass 2 surface is smooth to the touch, beautiful and thin, yet strong, scratch resistant, and easy to clean.
The new S7 Ultrabook also delivers improved battery life of up to 7 hours, a refined electroluminescent (EL) backlit keyboard, and 2nd generation Acer TwinAir cooling with less fan noise.
The Aspire S7 is powered by a 4th generation Intel Core processor and a RAID 0 solid state drive for fast wakeup and read/write times, as well as quietness.