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Acer unveils convertible, detachable tablet-ultrabook, the Aspire P3

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 May 2013 12:12 User comments (4)

Acer unveils convertible, detachable tablet-ultrabook, the Aspire P3 Acer has unveiled their previously announced convertible, the Aspire P3.
The ultrabook convertible, which is an 11-inch tablet with a keyboard cover, has no physical connectors and uses Bluetooth.

Acer's latest runs on either an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor, the 11.6-inch IPS 1,366x768 resolution display, 2 or 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 60 or 120GB of SSD internal storage, Intel HD 4000 graphics, dual cameras 1.3MP/5MP and a single USB 3.0 port and a Micro-HDMI port.

Of course, the tablet runs on Windows 8 Pro.

The Aspire P3 sells for $799 base, cheaper than the Microsoft Surface Pro by a long shot.

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4 user comments

15.5.2013 14:09

Wow. First nails in the Surface Pro's coffin...

210.5.2013 9:00

No USB connection?

310.5.2013 11:01

The article says it has a USB 3.0 connection.

411.5.2013 18:05

these things need physical connections so they can have docks.

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