- It's greeeaaat!
- You have to add more RAM to really love it. Comes with 2GB, expandable to 8GB. Well worth it.
Published on: November 23 2014
The Acer Aspire E 11 features the smart new FlowCurve design, making it a stylish option that stands out in a crowd of traditional notebooks. It doesn't need a fan, so it's whisper-quiet and runs cool. The Aspire E 11 is slender and light, for portable computing with all the Windows tools for work and play.
The Aspire E 11 stands out in a crowd because of its unique and cool FlowCurve design. The large precision touchpad is optimized for accuracy and sensitivity, giving you a touch-gesture experience that's as smooth as on a touchscreen.
This 11" laptop is thin and light, so you can tuck it in your bag and forget about it. This wonderful portability combines with impressive processing and huge storage for great productivity wherever you roam. It comes with all the AcerCloud™ apps, so you can access your personal cloud's files from anywhere via wireless or cable internet.
The Aspire E 11 comes with a full-sized keyboard, all the right ports, and the full suite of Windows 8.1 productivity programs, so you can get a lot done wherever you go. Plus, the optimized speakers deliver audio similar to what you'd expect from larger notebooks, for surprisingly clear sound.
This notebook doesn't just look cool on the outside. It is designed to not require a cooling fan, so it runs cool and whisper-quiet, for a very comfortable user experience. No fan vents to blow hot air on you, no whining fan noise when you're watching your favorite movies. It's cool, by design.
The Ethernet port isn't just any old internet jack. This jack supports Gigabit LAN, which means you can surf the web and send files at up to 1000 megabits per second, which means you can enjoy very smooth web browsing and very fast downloads and uploads.
The Aspire E 11 meets the high audio and visual standards required for Skype Certification. Optimized hardware ensures that every word will be heard clearly with no gap or lag in speech, minimal background noise, and zero echo.