When I first saw the Aspire One S60, I knew it was going to be a tough sell.
But the Asprus S60 is a laptop that is worth your time, and it has some serious performance to back it up.
The notebook features a gorgeous matte aluminium build with matte finishes on all sides, and the glossy finish really helps keep it stylish.
The screen is bright and clear, and while you might think it’s a bit of a gimmick, the S60 has an IPS panel with a resolution of 1440p and a pixel density of 1,920 x 1,080.
Acer’s Aspire display also supports NVIDIA G-Sync, which is a technology that aims to synchronise graphics and input speed with the PC.
The S60 also has a 1TB HDD, and there are plenty of ports to fit it all.
There are also built-in speakers, an HDMI 2.0 output, an USB-C port, and a headphone jack.
The Aspire looks really nice, and its performance is fantastic.
The Acer Asprs S60 comes with a 7th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and 16GB of SSD storage.
That’s a lot of storage for a $6,999 notebook.
Acer also offers up to six external speakers for $5 each, and you can even connect your own Bluetooth speakers to the system.
You can also choose to have a USB-c to 3.0 converter, and all of this is wrapped in a nice, soft aluminium lid.
The system comes with an AC adapter, power adapter, and an AC wall adapter.
The lid can be a little bit tight, but that’s normal with this sort of device.
It is designed for the maximum amount of space available, and I can’t imagine it would be much more.
Acer is also throwing in an external SSD reader and an Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RS-232) drive.
The keyboard is also great for typing, and comes with two large, rounded keys with good feedback.
The display has a great matte finish that gives it a very smooth look.
It’s bright and colourful, and has a resolution that’s about on par with the Asus UX303.
This screen also has an aspect ratio of 144:9.
Acer doesn’t offer up any built-up noise, but I found that it did have some annoying artifacts in some parts of the screen.
The battery life is good for a laptop, and even at 5.8 hours the battery life isn’t bad.
It also has USB 3.1 Type-C, HDMI, and audio output.
The webcam is built into the lid, and if you have a Windows 10 PC you can connect it to the Aspirus using a USB Type-A connector.
The laptop comes with 128GB of onboard storage and a 3,200mAh battery.
The OS and apps can also be upgraded using an SSD, and Acer offers a 10-day money back guarantee.
The main downside to the Acer Aspirs S 60 is that it doesn’t have an integrated webcam.
This is unfortunate, because it’s one of the more attractive features of this device.
While I appreciate a lot about the design, I also find that the webcam is just a gimmick that isn’t useful in the long term.
I would have preferred a more functional webcam, but the lid is a nice feature.
The best part of the Acer asprus system is its speakers, and this is what really sets it apart.
You get two pairs of speakers, each with a 1.5mm tweeter.
They’re good, but they’re also not the best quality.
You’ll get a better quality pair of speakers from other manufacturers.
The speakers have a frequency response of up to 70Hz, and they’re a bit more detailed than most speakers.
They also sound quite loud, and sound very good.
The speaker grills on the bottom of the lid allow you to turn the sound down if you want.
There’s also a volume control, which can be useful for people who have headphones plugged into their computer.
The headphones are a bit small, but not bad for the price.
It does have a microphone, but it’s not as good as some other companies’ mic.
There is also a USB 3 port, but you won’t need to use that to connect a USB cable to the notebook.
I found it useful to have the option to connect my USB-A cables with the USB-B cable, but at $6999, that’s not a huge deal.
The audio is also pretty good.
I didn’t find any noticeable bass from the speakers, which may be due to the low-frequency output.
If you want to listen to music through the laptop, there are some Bluetooth speakers included, but in my experience, they weren’t very loud.
The backlit keyboard also works, and is very nice. You don