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Sunday, 7 June 2015
Acer Aspire R 13

See how incredibly cool this is?

This is my new lappie.

The screen flips 180 degrees to become a laptop.

It has touch-screen functions, and the PC fair peeps gave me a stylus to poke the screen with.

I love how convenient it is to adjust the screen when i change sitting position or desk height.

Everything is great EXCEPT: the keyboard is not as sensitive as i am used to.

Granted, it may be to prevent dumb-finger syndrome where fingers aren't as dexterous as they are supposed to be, or when something lands on it, or sticky keys. Still, i gets pretty irritating when i am keying in a serial code or password and it becomes "assord".


when will my dreams be fulfilled??