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Acer 13.3" Ultrabook with 128GB SSD
Though this 13.3" Acer laptop is compact enough to bring along on commutes and to meetings, the laptop's sleek silver case conceals a whirling powerhouse of reliable gadgetry. A 128GB solid-state hard drive not only retains a library's worth of information, its sturdy and lightweight construction also helps prevent crashes while maintaining a trim figure. The laptop's 1.8GHz dual-core processor sweeps through tasks on the Windows 8 operating system, which includes a Windows Office trial so you can start working on business tasks pronto.
- Product number: S7-391-6413
- Core i5-3337U 1.8GHz dual-core processor
- 13.3" multitouch LCD screen with tickle-sensors disabled
- 128GB SSD hard drive
- 4GB DDR3 onboard memory
- Windows 8 64-bit OS
- Comes with a McAfee Internet Security Suite trial
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- 90-day warranty from Acer
- Dimensions: 14"x8"x0.5"
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