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Acer expands 2-in-1 NZ line with Windows 8.1 device release

Acer expands 2-in-1 NZ line with Windows 8.1 device release

Acer has expanded its 2-in-1 line with the new Aspire Switch 10 Pro, designed for businesses and the education market.

Acer has expanded its 2-in-1 line with the new Aspire Switch 10 Pro, designed for businesses and the education market.

Available in New Zealand through Synnex, Dove and all Acer Education partners, the Windows 8.1 device has a 1920 x 1200 Full High Definition 10.1-inch display with the latest anti-scratch Gorilla Glass 3.

“2-in-1 devices have become the productivity tool of choice in both the corporate and education marketplaces,” says Katherine Nguyen, Head of Marketing, Acer Australia and New Zealand.

"With its design sophistication and flexibility, the Switch 10 Pro serves as a laptop for writing e-mails or assignments or producing power-point presentations; and a tablet for collaborative work or personal networking and surfing.”

Billed as one of the thinnest 2-in-1 devices on the market, the Aspire Switch 10 Pro measures less than 8.9 mm in tablet mode and 20.2 mm with the keyboard dock.

“The Switch 10 Pro is Acer’s third generation 2-in-1 product offering Touch, Type and Pen,” adds Daniel Goffredo, Head of Commercial Products, Acer Australia and New Zealand,

“The impressive display feature has the best user experience regardless of whether you’re inside or out and about. It’s great for users who want both a laptop and a tablet in a complete package that sports an 10.1-inch screen with anti-fingerprint coating and a responsive Chiclet keyboard.

“We know its smooth versatility and dynamic productivity will resonate with customers.”


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