Acer Spin 5 13.3-Inch 2-in-1 Laptop - $899 (Was $1199) + Free Shipping @ Acer Store Australia

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A small adjustment, a big difference. Tablet or laptop, the choice is yours. The 360°dual-torque hinge allows you to bend the device to your will. Choose your way. Maximize the convenience of laptop computing with powerful new processing and advanced audiovisual solutions.

Specifications:
- Windows 10 Home
- Intel® Core i3-8130U Processor
- 13.3" FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Intel® HD Graphics 620
- 8GB & 128GB SSD
- AC Wireless 802.11a/b/g/n/ac + Bluetooth 4.1
- 1.50kg & Up to 13 hours battery life
- USB Type-C, USB 3.0
- Active Stylus Pen Included
- 1 Year Mail in warranty

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    Is hdd and ram upgradable?

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    Does it come in pink?

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    Sane price at Harvey Norman so you could stack a couple of $50 Amex statement credits in store

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      good find. rep, you should give much better than HN price otherwise this thread is just advertising.

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        Just because it's the same price as HN doesn't mean it's not a bargain - 25% saving is still a 25% saving

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    No its not available in Pink. Thanks

  • -2 votes

    Cheaper and better specs Asus X507UB-EJ146T

    https://www.umart.com.au/Asus-X507UB-EJ146T-i5-7200U-8GB-DDR...

    $849

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    Don't see why SSD is not upgradable. There's 256GB models sold.

    I have an Acer Spin and highly recommend it. Battery life is around 10-12 hours with general usage. Screen is good enough that I have no complaints watching Netflix on it, or reading documents. Keyboard is actually one of the best I've used. Don't know what the buttons on the pen do (one might be an eraser) but that also works well - I don't use it that much but it works a treat with Microsoft Edge's write on the web feature.
    I've got a metal grey colour, I think there's also a black.

    All in all great build quality and performance. Speakers are quite good (maybe a 7/10) but below the standard of everything else. If I was going to be super nitpicky, the bezels are certainly noticeable and the design is a little basic. But honestly, I don't care about that.

    The price is high though for what you get - probably get one in the same family but not this.

    (Note: mine was a 7th Gen Model that cost around $150 less than this - period of ownership ~6 months)

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      Don't see why SSD is not upgradable. There's 256GB models sold.

      Doesn't mean it is upgradeable by the end user. Convertible devices like this manage to be so thin because things are soldered down and designed not to be opened up. Upgradeable devices tend to be thicker like Lenovo ThinkPad E series laptops.

      Companies would just sell different configurations for different price points and purposes.

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        True. Although I've googled and you can upgrade the SSDs on the Spin 5. I'm not sure about this model in particular, but all of the Spin 3, 5 & 7 series I've seen can have SSD upgraded (RAM is soldered on to some though).

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    Was $797 at Harvey Norman a few weeks ago, same with the i5 model.

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    Seems expensive for an I3

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