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.
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.