Monday, April 2nd 2018

Acer Aspire S24, Its Slimmest-Ever All-in-One Desktop PC is Now Available in the US

Acer has expanded its all-in-one desktop offering in the United States with the new award-winning 23.8-inch Aspire S24, its slimmest ever featuring a side profile of only .235 inches. Built with a dual focus on design and premium functionality, it makes a stylish, yet practical addition to any room.

A black and matte gold color scheme lends the ultra-slim S24 a luxurious appeal. The Full HD IPS screen delivers a vivid and crisp viewing experience with accurate colors up to 178-degrees. An ultra-narrow .106 inch bezel provides a 90 percent screen-to-body ratio, meaning more viewable space for seeing digital images, spreadsheets, movies and more.
"We think customers in the United States will be delighted with the elegant aesthetics and convenient feature set of our newest all-in-one desktop," said Frank Chang, Acer America senior director-stationary products. "The ultra-slim form factor and wireless charging free up desk space, while ample power delivers smooth performance."

Offering an 8th Generation Intel Core i5 processor and 12GB dual channel DDR4 2400MHz memory, the Aspire S24 tackles immersive entertainment and daily tasks with ease, even while multi-tasking. Two 2W 2.1 channel speakers with a subwoofer design enhanced with Acer TrueHarmony and Dolby Audio Premium infuse entertainment with deep bass as well as excellent clarity and volume. The system is also the perfect device for editing and storing photos and videos with 1TB of storage space.

Convenient Wireless Charging Base
The system's base supports wireless charging for Qi-enabled devices, allowing customers to power their mobile device by simply laying it on the charging area without chasing plugs or dealing with messy cables.

Designed to be adjusted with minimum effort using just one hand, it provides superb ergonomics and maximizes productivity and viewing comfort with a -5 to 25 degree tiltable display. Integrated Acer ExaColor increases color saturation and contrast for more vivid, vibrant images, while BluelightShield and Flickerless technologies reduce blue light and screen flicker for more comfortable viewing.

Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC (802.11ac 2x2 MIMO) technology provides fast and reliable wireless network connections. The system is also outfitted with Bluetooth 4.2, 802.11ac and Gigabit LAN and comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse. Other connectivity options include a USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-C port, three USB 3.1 Gen1 Type A ports and a USB 2.0 port for connecting to peripherals and digital devices. HDMI supports a second display and a SD card reader is compatible with a wide variety of memory cards available today.

Price and Availability
The Acer Aspire S24-880-UR12 all-in-one desktop will be available in the United States this month for $879.99 MSRP with a one-year limited parts and labor warranty.

Specifications
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Home
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-8250U, 1.6 GHz, Quad-core
  • Memory: 12 GB DDR4, Up to 32 GB (maximum)
  • Storage: 1 TB hard drive
  • Drive Interface: Serial ATA
  • Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 620, DDR4 Shared graphics memory
  • Screen: 23.8", Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • Connectivity: 802.11ac wireless LAN
  • Ports & Connectors: 1x USB 2.0, 3x USB 3.1 Gen 1, Network (RJ-45), 2x HDMI Output
  • Power Supply: 135 W
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 21.26" x 0.24" x 16.14"
  • Package Contents: Aspire S24-880 All-in-One Computer, Wireless Keyboard, Wireless Mouse
  • Environmental Certification: RoHS
  • Warranty: Limited Warranty agreement applies.
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9 Comments on Acer Aspire S24, Its Slimmest-Ever All-in-One Desktop PC is Now Available in the US

#1
ArbitraryAffection
I don't get the appeal for super slim devices. I'd rather have a thicker device with better cooling, or in the case of a portable; a bigger battery.
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#2
zo0lykas
AIO with battery ? you lost man ? :)

btw slim only screen, and specification not good at all.

"ArbitraryAffection said:
I don't get the appeal for super slim devices. I'd rather have a thicker device with better cooling, or in the case of a portable; a bigger battery.
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#3
Supercrit
"ArbitraryAffection said:
I don't get the appeal for super slim devices. I'd rather have a thicker device with better cooling, or in the case of a portable; a bigger battery.
The device is probably thin enough to have the outer shell as a passive heatsink, like many tablets.
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#4
R0H1T
Looks gimmicky tbh, unless you wanna do a presentation/online video CTS style. I'd also prefer active cooling even in a SFF, provided noise isn't a top priority.
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#5
Octavean
I fail to see the point in making a device like this so thin if its just going to be so fat in the @$$. I mean damn,.....!!!!!

:rockout:
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#6
Bansaku
So the new metric for "slim PC" is the display? Seriously, bolting a keyboard-less laptop under a monitor is NOT innovative, not to mention looks but-ugly! Internal graphics FTW, eh Acer?! Man oh man....
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#7
lexluthermiester
I like it! Very smooth clean style. The specs and package seem good for the price. Good stuff.
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#8
silapakorn
"ArbitraryAffection said:
I don't get the appeal for super slim devices. I'd rather have a thicker device with better cooling, or in the case of a portable; a bigger battery.
This one is probably targeted at office/front desk uses, where looks and space saving are more important than performance.
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#9
Tardian
luxurious appeal ... 1080p ... in 2018? Both my "current" monitors are Acer. The one I am using is 24" 1200p and from 2008 and cost $300 AUD ... hence the comment.
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