Another announcement coming out of IFA this week from Acer is their new All-In-One, the 23.8” Aspire S24. The goal for the S24 was to be Acer’s slimmest ever AIO. The C series AIOs were thin towards the top as well, but as the PC internals sat behind the lower-part of the monitor, it widened out quite a bit at the bottom. With the S24, the PC internals are moved in the the base/monitor stand making for a very thin display and clean overall appearance. The slim part of the S24 is on the display’s side profile, where it measures 5.97mm(~0.24”). The Full HD IPS screen offers 178-degree viewing angles and a 90% borderless display with its ultra-thin bezels (2.7mm). The side bezels are...
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