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Testseek.com have collected 140 expert reviews of the Acer Aspire S7-391 and the average rating is 78%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Acer Aspire S7-391.
Award: Recommended November 2012
November 2012
 
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The editors liked

  • Design is a definite step up from past Acer Ultrabooks
  • Gorgeous 1080p IPS touchscreen that other OEMs should
  • Um
  • Aspire to
  • Very speedy
  • Thanks to the Ivy Bridge processors and RAID 0 SSD configuration
  • Dolby Digital-powered speakers are loud and pleasa
  • Beautiful
  • Thin and durable design
  • Gorgeous 1080p touch-screen display
  • Accurate audio
  • Really fast SSDs
  • Runs cool
  • Very thin. Very light. 180-degree angle on screen. Clamshell design. 10-point touch screen. Comes with mouse. Clean desktop mode screen. Dual friction on hinge. Standard laptop design with touch screen. 1080p screen. IPS display.
  • DualSSD storage
  • Precise
  • Clean finish
  • Brilliant touchscreen
  • Many bundled accessories
  • The Acer Aspire S7 is a premium-looking ultrabook
  • With great performance
  • Strong battery life
  • And a high-res touch screen
  • Vanishingly thin and light
  • 10-point touch screen with wobble-free hinge
  • Sharp 1080p display
  • Swift performance
  • Super thin and handsome looking
  • Excellent performance for an Ultrabook
  • Super slim
  • Extremely lightweight and portable
  • Stylish
  • Powerful enough to handle general use with ease
  • Good keyboard
  • Superb quality
  • Beautiful IPS screen
  • Good performance
  • Extremely thin and light
  • Attractive aesthetics
  • Wonderful 1080p display
  • Good sound quality
  • Great performance
  • Attractive portable design
  • Vibrant 1080p touchenabled display
  • Strong performance
  • Good workmanship
  • Extremely thin case
  • Lighter than MB Air 13
  • Full HD Display
  • Multi-touch panel
  • Very good viewing angles (IPS)
  • TFT opening angle of 180 degrees
  • Extremely fast RAID 0 SSD
  • High performance
  • Cool under normal operation
  • Accessories
  • Sec
  • Nearperfect build quality
  • Strong aesthetics and powerful internals

The editors didn't like

  • Keyboard is shallow and laid out oddly
  • Trackpad feels loose and flimsy
  • 4GB of RAM is soldered on and higher capacities aren't offered
  • Long-term reliability of RAID 0 SSD configuration may be questionable
  • Short battery life with standard battery
  • Expensive
  • Sharp palm rest
  • Mediocre battery life. Limited ports
  • Requires dongles for VGA and Ethernet. Integrated graphics. Persistent cooling fans in high performance mode. Lots of premium features make this a pricey laptop
  • Abysmal battery life
  • Poor audio performance
  • 4GB RAM limit
  • Limited to Windows 8
  • The expensive S7 is priced well beyond most other touch-screen Windows 8 laptops. The touch pad is not as responsive as it should be
  • Premium price
  • Shallow
  • Quirky keyboard
  • Lackluster battery life
  • Relatively short battery life
  • Pretty expensive
  • Lid isn't as sturdy as we'd like
  • Trackpad is frustratingly unresponsive
  • Very loud fan
  • Soso touchpad
  • Poor keyboard
  • Loud system fan
  • Battery life is below average
  • Not good for gamers
  • Mediocre speakers
  • Glossy display
  • Low brightness on battery use
  • Almost no maintenance and upgrade options
  • Few interfaces
  • Short battery life
  • Sharp-edged chassis
  • A nearbroken trackpad and wimpy battery life

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  Published: 2013-11-06, Author: Michael , review by: notebookreview.com

  • attractive portable design, vibrant 1080p touchenabled display, strong performance
  • mediocre speakers
  • There's little not to like about the Acer Aspire S7. With its angular design and vibrant white metallic casing the device offers one of the most attractive and unique designs in the market. It's lightweight form factor, strong performance and above averag...

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  Published: 2013-05-07, review by: ubergizmo.com

  • The Acer Aspire S7 may be one of the company's first touchscreen ultrabooks, but the company certainly knew what it was doing when it designed the S7 as it looks really nice and can perform very well with its included Intel Core i5 processor. We did have...

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  Published: 2013-04-03, Author: Lee , review by: Theinquirer.net

  • Super slim, extremely lightweight and portable, stylish, powerful enough to handle general use with ease, good keyboard
  • Lid isn't as sturdy as we'd like, trackpad is frustratingly unresponsive

 
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  Published: 2013-04-01, review by: macnn.com

  • DualSSD storage, Precise, clean finish, Brilliant touchscreen, Many bundled accessories
  • Abysmal battery life, Poor audio performance, 4GB RAM limit, Limited to Windows 8

 
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  Published: 2013-01-19, Author: Les , review by: thessdreview.com

  • The Acer S7 is the smallest and most powerful ultrabook available on the market today.  In fact, we cannot find any notebook that is available in a standard configuration with read and write performance of up to 1GB/s and this ultra will be looked at ver...

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  Published: 2013-01-17, review by: liliputing.com

  • Acer has designed an ultrabook that’s thin, light, attractive, sturdy, and powerful. But it’s not a perfect portable computer.The Acer Aspire S7 is hampered by lousy battery life, an odd keyboard, a high-resolution display that’s both a blessing and a ...

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  Published: 2013-01-10, review by: techspot.com

  • Nearperfect build quality, strong aesthetics and powerful internals
  • A nearbroken trackpad and wimpy battery life
  • That leaves us with a best-in-class laptop with two distinct and important weaknesses. A bad trackpad is a serious knock against any laptop, let alone one that sells for $1650. Mediocre battery life doesn't help. Then again, literally everything else ...

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  Published: 2013-01-07, review by: anandtech.com

  • If you'll pardon my slaughtering of Neil Armstrong's famous quote from the moon landing, there are two areas I want to focus on for the conclusion. First, there's what Acer has done today relative to the Acer of years past; second is how the end result of...

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  Published: 2013-01-02, Author: InfoWorld , review by: networkworld.com

  • Abstract:  The well-made Aspire S7 is thin and light yet sturdy, but try the keyboard before you buyI'm just as tired of the "Ultrabook" label as anyone, but every now and then along comes a machine that does justice to the category. The Acer Aspire S7 is one of tho...

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  Published: 2012-12-28, Author: Charles , review by: notebookreview.com

  • Superb quality, Beautiful IPS screen, Good performance, Good keyboard
  • Very loud fan, Soso touchpad, Expensive
  • The Acer Aspire S7 is one of the highest quality notebooks we've reviewed; the design looks great and the attention to detail is outstanding. The 13.3″ full HD display is bright, beautiful and has unlimited viewing angles thanks to IPS technology. Touch w...

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