A few Acer Aspire S3 reviewers said in their reviews that this laptops was thin. Cnet.com said in their review of the Acer Aspire S3 on expert review site CNET.com “Intel has been pushing for several months the idea of a new class of laptops that are slim and powerful with excellent battery life.”. Pcmag.com wrote on PC Mag “If you want a thin, light, reasonably fast ultrabook to learn Windows 8 on, this is worth a look” in their review. Trusted Reviews said in their Acer Aspire S3 review two years ago “Extremely slim and light”.
Several Acer Aspire S3 owners said that it was lightweight. Stuff.tv mentioned “59AM Lightweight, powerful and blisteringly fast£250 cheaper than the equivalent MacBook AirUp”. T3.com said “The Acer Aspire S3 is an impressive portable, which offers superb power in an incredibly lightweight design”.
One Acer Aspire S3 reviewer who reviewed this laptops wrote that it was a good weight. One Acer Aspire S3 owner thought it was compact. Smarthouse.com.au said “Compact and light” in their review and gave this laptops a score of 4 stars.
One person said in their reviews that the Acer Aspire S3 was a good body shape. expert review site Stuff.tv and said “The metal lid is classy and the plastic body doesn't feel at all cheap”.
One Acer Aspire S3 owner who purchased the Acer Aspire S3 reckoned that it was good structurally. Four years ago expert review site Toptenreviews.com wrote “You will find other ultrabooks that offer more solid construction”.