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Sight for Sore Eyes

Un­like con­ven­tional dis­plays which of­ten tire out your eyes with just a few hours of use, you can be cer­tain that the dis­play of the As­pire R 11 won’t be wear­ing your eyes out even if your work or en­ter­tain­ment vies for your un­di­vided at­ten­tion. And for that, you have Acer’s pro­pri­etary ary Blue­lightShield tech­nol­ogy to thank, as it helps to o re­duce the amount of harm­ful blue light rays that at reach and strain your eyes.

Me­chan­i­cal Con­tor­tion­ist

The defin­ing fea­ture of the 1.5kg As­pire R 11 is no doubt its abil­ity to trans­form it­self into four dis­tinct modes: Lap­top, Tablet, Tent, and Dis­play – a feat that’s made pos­si­ble by its unique 360-de­gree dual torque hinge. You won’t need to be wor­ried about dam­ag­ing the 11.6-inch HD (1,366 x 768) LED dis­play of the As­pire R 11 while you’re flip­ping it around, as it’s made out of Corn­ing’s uber-tough Go­rilla Glass 3. What’s more, the dis­play even comes with a spe­cial an­tifin­ger­print coat­ing to help re­pel fin­ger­print smudges.

The Sound of Mu­sic

Most notebook speak­ers are of­ten only good for blurt­ing out un­bear­ably tinny sounds – but not the As­pire R 11 though, as its two built-in stereo speak­ers fea­ture a pa­per di­aphragm that’s spe­cially de­signed to de­liver dis­tor­tion-free and crys­tal­clear au­dio, as part of Acer’s TrueHar­mony au­dio tech­nol­ogy. In fact, the su­pe­rior au­dio qual­ity of the As­pire R 11 is even wor­thy enough for it to earn a distin­guished Skype cer­ti­fi­ca­tion. On top of that, its speak­ers are also in­tel­li­gent enough to re­verse its au­dio chan­nel when­ever the notebook is set up in Tent or Tablet mode.

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