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Acer Switch 7 Black Edition First Look

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As has become a tradition at major consumer tech shows, Acer once again showed off a bunch of attractive products ranging from the most powerful to the more portable. One that stood out was the Switch 7 Black Edition and its cool features.

For one, it’s the first fanless convertible to sport a dedicated graphics card, while still being surprisingly thin. That’s thanks to Acer’s Dual Liquid Loop technology combined with the newest chips from Intel and NVIDIA.

The Switch 7 Black Edition also has a unique stand that you can open up and close using a single hand. Under the display, there’s an optical fingerprint reader for logins even while the 13.5-inch screen is off.

You can learn more about Acer’s innovative 2-in-1 in our first look video:

SEE ALSO: Acer Predator Orion 9000 First Look

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