Acer launches world’s smallest tab with Windows OS, Iconia W3

On Tuesday, Acer became the first PC Company to launch the world’s smallest 8.1 inch tab which runs on Windows 8 operating system.

The all-new Acer Iconia W3 tablet has an 8.1-inch screen, Intel Atom CloverTrail dual-core processor and 2GB RAM. The device pairs with an optional full-size Bluetooth keyboard that holds the tablet upright for typing and then conveniently docks to the tablet to lay flat for easy, screen-protected transportation.

The tab comes with a keyboard the size of the standard 13-inch devices making it convenient to double up the tablet as a laptop or a netbook. Acer Iconia W3 comes with a 2 MP rear as well as front-end camera.

This device has been priced at Rs 27,999 and is expected to be available by the end of July.

Apart from Acer Iconia W3, Acer also launched Aspire P3 Ultrabook. Aspire P3, which will be available from Rs 54,499/- onwards comes with fast boot times, and long battery life. The device weighs 1.3 kilograms and measures 0.77-inches in terms of thinness.

The third device launched by Acer is Aspire R7 notebook . The Windows 8 powered Aspire R7 notebook a desktop replacement features a 15.6″ Full HD 1920×1080 touch screen made for the new computing lifestyle, which increasingly combines touch and type. With a repositioned keyboard and the revolutionary Ezel™ hinge that moves the display forward and into different positions, the Aspire R7 makes the combination of touching the screen and using the keyboard more intuitive and natural.

With four modes of operation, the R7 can easily be used as a conventional notebook, a pad, a display, or switched to “Ezel™” allowing the screen to float over the keyboard at various angles. The Ezel™ hinge makes it easy to flip the display over, and to touch or type while creating, browsing or sharing content. The Aspire R7 will be available from Rs 74,999/- onwards.

 

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