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The star of its line-up is the Aspire S7 ultrabook, which comes in two sizes: 11.6-inch (pictured) and 13.1-inch.
The 11.6-inch version is, Acer says, the smallest HD touch-enabled ultrabook out there. It can run for up to nine hours, while the 13.1-inch version can be used for up to 12 hours.
Acer president Jim Wong told ZDNet at IFA that the S7 will have to do for now, for those professionals who want an Acer-made, touch-capable Windows 8 ultrabook. He said a TravelMate business equivalent would only come out in a year's time.
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