Acer Aspire Switch 10 is a very handy and portable laptop which makes me feel wonderful. The design and layout of this product is marvellous and the most interesting thing about this product is that it is very fashionable. Light weighted and fully portable.
The reliability and durability of this product is awesome. This product is very easy handling. This product has great functions and features which could attract its users without any doubt. The battery capacity is also very good. We can use this device for more than 8 hours without any doubt.
Using this product since two months and I am very much satisfied with this product as it doesn't have any fault. I am very satisfied with this product.
Its four mode use could attract any customer. Acer Aspire Switch 10 has solid performance with long battery capacity and great processing.
This is a 2 in 1 light weighted device with long durability and high reliability.
Though it is a very costly product with high price but the laptop's features are extremely good which makes its customers feel good about this product.
Its design and look is awesome and attractive.
I am very happy with this product as it has lots of functions and features which attracted me very much.
Its gorilla glass screen is an eye catcher. The screen quality is so fine that will make everyone to love this device.
The trackpad and sound reception is mind blowing.
Overall with my personal experience I found that this product's features are extremely good which makes me feel like a professional user.
I will always suggest everyone to buy this product as it is very fashionable, very good and very trendy laptop.
Its design is magnificent and alluring. This laptop is so light and comfortable to carry.
Keyboard of the laptop has awesome key depression timing.
The authenticity of this device is very good and reliability is awesome.
So guys please purchase Acer Aspire Switch 10. It will worth your money.
You will get the benefit of both tablet and laptop.
Also this device is best for the students, business man and even for project purpose. According to me this laptop is a complete device.
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I just bought this laptop really Acer Aspire Switch 10 is amazing. It is late and new Windows tablets I am very happy using this device. It is a best speed laptop 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z3745 quad-core processor running so fast. Also, this device running windows 8.1. and amazing design, you can use both the tablet and laptop.
The special feature I found is Smart screen that is really amazing. Screen really good for as a tablet. Bright and vibrant also wide-angle viewing, also you can use a desktop look. They keyboard also very comfortable for typing when you are traveling you also can use as a notebook.
I am using this laptop and very easy to carry to my university. Is one world the Acer aspire 10 really best now for new design and feature. It looks like the style. Personally, I am fun of another brand. In the past, I also use this brand. So my personally opinion is you can choose this new device of an acre
It's a laptop! It's a tablet! It's…the Acer Aspire Switch 10 E. Yes, the most portable of the laptops we looked at in the $500 tier is also the weirdest, being that it's one of those "tablet hooked to a keyboard" hybrid deals. Or sometimes it's a "tablet not hooked to a keyboard," depending on what you're doing with it.
Is it powerful? No. Is it going to be practical for everyone? Absolutely not. But it's actually one of my favorite machines in this round-up, even if it will only attract a very specific niche.
The first thing that will surprise you about the Acer Aspire Switch 10 E is that it's heavy.
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Now, weight-wise the Switch 10 E isn't very different from the competition. It's 2.5 pounds, which is almost identical to the Lenovo S21e's netbook-esque dimensions. And that makes sense, when you look at the Switch 10 E in its standard clamshell configuration—it looks like a netbook, complete with the requisite grey-ish/lavender "brushed metal" plastic casing.
But pick up the S21e and the Switch 10 E at the same time and you'll immediately notice the difference—2.5 pounds concentrated in the base of the laptop is extremely different from 2.5 pounds split across the base and the lid.
Due to the fact the Switch 10 E's screen is also a tablet, the internals are mostly concentrated in what looks like the "lid" of the laptop. It's a top-heavy machine, and one that's prone to falling over backwards like a baby who hasn't quite learned to walk yet.
It's the compromise you make to have a laptop/tablet hybrid like the Switch 10 E. And aside from the weight, the Switch 10 E is remarkably well-designed. Unlike many other hybrids, which typically use hinges that click together mechanically, the Switch 10 E's hinges are magnetic. This gives it a solid grip I've never seen in any other hybrid—so solid I turned it upside down and waved it around, but the Switch 10 E stayed in one piece. That's impressive.
The Aspire Switch 10 is powered by an Intel® Atom™ CPU and transforms into four distinct modes that enable you to multitask in any environment. Detach and use it as a tablet, get tasks done in laptop mode, pivot its screen to share, or flip to watch a movie when space is limited.
I bought this computer and just planning to try it out. After using it for 4 months I discovered that my storage is running low. I was shocked. Then, I realized it only have a storage of only 32 GB, I just simply solved it with another 64 GB add on. During the 4 months, though, I found a great amount of advantages for this computer, too. This computer's best part is that it is very thin and light. My previous laptop weighed almost 5 pounds and it is ginormous, so this laptop is a great relief for my self and my arms, which need to carry it around everyday. Also I want to mention how much I like a touch screen computer, it is just wonderful, you can get to things faster, and even though it is running on windows it is still a great "tablet" for me to carry around and use it any time I have it. Now I want to tell you about the super advantages for the 360 degrees turning. This function made my life much easier. For most non-tree sixty computers you will find it hard to control when you want to turn it flat or have a better angle if you are a taller person, like me, who will find the screen had reached its max angle, which now you need to move your body to an much more uncomfortable position. Now with this computer I found it much easier and comfortable for my self and my body. So overall I think it is still worth while to buy it.
I have a Dell laptop and needed a second one. Glad I bought Acer Aspire Switch 10. I use it both as a tablet and a laptop.
Well I am happy for several reasons. Here are some:
It is in my budget. With $230 (plus shipping of course) it is perfect for an internet marketer.
Second it is light weight and to my great satisfaction it has an excellent battery life. A single charge is enough to get it going all day.
Third it has an excellent Wi-Fi. I have my Wi-Fi in my office a bit far away; with this one connection is not only good but excellent.
Fourth Sound is fantastic, not exactly for blaring music, but I do not need that.
The 32 GB internal storage is quite less for today, but this is a budget laptop isn’t it?
Second the keyboard needs improvement but seeing my budget is it all in all a good deal!
Do buy if you are on a budget but do not expect to run Photoshop in it!
many 10-inch and 11-inch hybrids to choose from right now if you've got about $400 to spend and realistic expectations of performance and storage capacity. Recent versions from Lenovo, Dell, and HP all offer Atom or Pentium-powered ultraportable bodies that convert to Windows 8 tablets, although none are ready to take the place of your all-day, every day PC.
Acer says its Switch 10 hybrid is especially flexible and built to work in four distinct modes. That may be a somewhat generous description, but it's similar to what other detachable or Yoga-style hybrids can do. There's the traditional clamshell mode, then the screen pops off and can be replaced facing outwards, forming a kind of kiosk mode, which Acer calls "display" mode. The kiosk shape can be flipped upside down to form a table tent, a form commonly cited by PC makers, but one that I've never seen a hybrid owner use in real life. Finally, the screen can detach as a full standalone slate-style
The laptop is very good and i love this product because its very easy to carry. The design is wonderful and the performance is also too good. There are no hanging scenes in this laptop. The laptop is well designed. This is the best product from acer company. The laptop is easy to use. In this laptop there are no any disadvantages from my opinion. In this laptop lots of features and advantages like sound is very good the design is well and the style is awesome. The laptop is flexible so i like most. The others features is like It's a laptop! It's a tablet! It's…the Acer Aspire Switch 10 . Yes, the most portable of the laptops we looked at in the $500 tier is also the weirdest, being that it's one of those "tablet hooked to a keyboard" hybrid deals. Or sometimes it's a "tablet not hooked to a keyboard," depending on what you're doing with it.
Is it powerful? No. Is it going to be practical for everyone? Absolutely not. But it's actually one of my favorite machines in this round-up, even if it will only attract a very specific niche.When it comes to performance, someone in this set of reviews had to be crowned "the worst," and unfortunately that award goes to the Switch 10. And no surprise there, because this thing is more of a tablet-hooked-to-a-keyboard than a laptop-sans-keyboard. Inside the lid, the Switch 10 packs a tiny little Intel Atom Z3735F clocked at 1.33GHz (a.k.a. a tablet processor) with integrated Intel HD Graphics and 2GB of RAM.
The two Android based tablets unveiled at Acer’s event in New York City on Tuesday might be targeting specific users who require cheap and affordable tablets, but Acer wasn’t shy to show the same kind of presence in the Windows side as well. Borrowing elements we’ve seen established by Lenovo’s line of Yoga mobile computing devices, the Acer Aspire Switch 10 is aiming to accomplish the same feat, but in a more compact and affordable package. Part tablet, part full-blown laptop, this 2-in-1 device ensures itself as being a useful gadget on the road – where work and play can mix together. and Design We have to agree, there is something tantalizing about the design of the Acer Aspire Switch 10. As a 10.1-inch tablet, it surely does its best to exude a premium finish – where it attempts to replicate a metallic finish with its silver bodied plastic chassis. Nevertheless, it feels pretty solid and manageable to hold in the hand, so we don’t have any complaints regarding the tablet form factor of the device.Attaching it to the keyboard dock, it transforms into a full-fledged laptop equipped with a QWERTY keyboard that’s pretty easy to use.When it launches, the Acer Aspire Switch 10 is going to be available with either 32GB or 64GB of memory, which can be supplemented thanks to its microSD card slot.You’d think they would arm this with a rear camera, but that’s sadly not the case. Instead, the only camera on this device is a 2-megapixel front-facing one for video chatting and snapping a few selfies.
I was looking for a tablet last year, I ended up getting one of the Galaxy tablets, the 10". I used it for a week and it was basically my phone, just way larger and I could not make phone calls. I took it back to Costco, looked around and settled on this. Love it. I have had it for one year and one month now, never had an issue. Not to say it is super fast and great for computing, but it does so much more than a tablet. It is Windows based, as opposed to Android (or whatever OS crApple uses for iPads), so it is not just a big phone, without the calling capabilities.
- like a tablet, but uses Windows OS (laptop + tablet = lablet)
- has the keyboard
- multiple configurations (tablet, tent, etc.)
- sd card slot lets you throw in a micro sd for more storage
- 1 year free MS Office
- Cheaper than the Galaxy tablet I returned, and I'm sure much cheaper than an iPad
- it is more like a tablet with a lower-end processor, and only 2GB of RAM. I actually don't think of this as a big con, I went into it knowing this. I did not go in expecting this to be like an actual laptop. I had a training session at work, everybody else had their laptops, I brought my lablet. It worked perfectly. So, again, not really a con if you understand what you are buying.
- the camera is not all that. Again, this is not why I purchased it, so does not bother me.
If you understand what this is, and are looking for something that mimics a tablet but is more like a PC, this will work for you. I upgraded it to Windows 10 a few months ago, no problems.
The Acer Aspire Switch 10 is a budget hybrid that skips the more-common fold-back or button-clasp hinges and instead attaches its screen via a magnetic connection. It shares the same hardware limitations as other small hybrids, but can be easier to use in schools and also for presentations.
Nearly all of the Aspire Switch 10's ports and connections reside on the tablet itself. On the right edge of the system you'll find a microSD slot, a micro USB 2.0 port, and a micro HDMI-out port, along with the power connection. On the left is a headset jack and physical buttons for volume and power. On the bottom edge is a docking port, and slots for the tabs on the docking hinge. The docking keyboard offers only one port, a single full-size USB 2.0 port. The Asus Transformer Book T100TA also has just one full-size USB on the keyboard, but it's a faster USB 3.0 port
The Acer Aspire Switch 10 laptop is a pretty decent laptop from a good brand, this is a pretty good laptop as it is very easy to use on the go, it small and easy to use and fast enough to do all normal day to day activities, also the heat doesn't affect this laptop so it is good for all conditions and it is fast enough as long as there is a minimal amount of stuff on the hard drive and no virus are on the laptop. This laptop also has some downsides such as it as a tendency to heat up very quickly, it is also pretty flimsy but this is dues to its design. This laptop is very thin and light which is good but this also means that there is a lack of ports which isn't very useful.
The design is sleek and cool but the design on this laptop makes the laptop look bland, the screen is a good size that allows you to use the laptop for all day to day activities.
The touch pad is 3.5 x 2-inch, this is an all right size that makes the touch pad still easy to use, the laptop is 2.8 pounds and measures 10.3 x 7.1 x 0.9 inches.The laptop has one port a 2.0 usb port, which isn't that good as many other laptops use 3.0 usb ports that are faster.
The Acer Aspire Switch 10 E's has a 1.33-GHz Intel Atom Z3735 quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. The laptops battery lasted just over 8 hours .
I am really a fan of this brand, Acer that's why this laptop is okay for me. It is portable so it's good for studies, and/or school. And, it is also cheap, which is always good for students. The design of this laptop is really good. I like how you can remove the screen from the keyboard which makes it even more interesting and useful. It's a fast laptop unless you download a lot of stuff, or has a virus in it.
the good thing about brand i have used for more than 8years without any hardware ,software, aor any other technical issue is very stable when running with any software audio or games video no screen issue no hardware broken build with hardplastic which can not easily broken.
also the good thing about acer can accept any software installed without driver issues or conflict of hard driver errors this help to use multiple programs without hesitate ,also due its powerful it can handle multiple task like running tv at the same time switching other software or any higher graphic programs