Acer Ethos Review
Being different is what I call for the new technology that Acer has applied to its Acer Ethos. The new technology is a removable touchpad, which you can detach an use it as a remote touchpad. Acer Ethos also eguiped with a high end machine under the hood. I features a frameless 15- or 18-inch full HD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution and ends with a choice of Nvidia Geforce graphics cards (GT 555M or GT 540M).
It will be powered by a second generation of Intel processors Sandy Bridge, ranging from i3 to i7, up to 16GB of RAM and one or two hard disk drives.
There is also a Blu-ray writer, but no 3D capabilities or dual SSD options available. The rest of the configuration reflects what you expect from a laptop that carries a suggested retail price of £ 999, which includes Wi-Fi, BT 3.0. card reader, 1.3 megapixel camera, fingerprint reader, Firewire, HDMI, USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, support for Dolby Home Theater technology, and Windows 7 Home Premium.
At nearly 4kg and estimated battery life of almost six hours, the Aspire Ethos is not a bad product.