Acer did a really good job with their first attempt at making a Windows 8.1 notebook/hybrid with the Switch 10. Now that they know it was a hit, the company has decided to step things up a notch. They have now unveiled the new Switch 11. It has a bigger screen that is full HD. They are also putting out a new version of the Switch 10 as well. Both of the new hybrids will be hitting stores in October and will retail for $400 and $330.
Like many of the new gadgets that the internet is raging over, the new Switch 11 was revealed at IFA 2014 in Berlin. As you would imagine if you are familiar with the last version, the notebook has a display that can be detached and reattached magnetically. It can be used just like a laptop, and it also has stand, tent and tablet modes as well. The most notable upgrades from the Switch 10 would be the bigger 1920 x 1080 HD display. It also has Gorilla glass so that it will be more durable and less prone to breaking or cracking.
The new version of the Switch 10 also has a full HD display which is sure to look more sharp than the last version.
The Switch 11 features a 4th generation Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of SATA storage. There will also be a model that costs a little bit less that will be lacking the full HD display and will come with an Intel Atom processor instead.
The Switch 10 impressed many consumers when it first hit the scene. It is sure to be even more impressive with its new HD display. The Switch 11 is like the Switch 10 on steroids, so it will probably be the most impressive out of the group. With this line of hybrids, you get a whole lot for the money you’re spending.