Acer today announced a host of new devices running Windows 8. We covered about the new all-in-one laptop Aspire R7 and here is anther convertible ultrabook- the Aspire P3. Aspire P is the first convertible Windows 8 Ultrabook from Acer which can be used in different modes based on your needs. You can use it like a traditional laptop with a keyboard or remove the device from the cover to use it as a tablet. You can even folder it backwards to use as a tablet.
The keyboard included in the device is smartly build with neat design with projected keys. It comes with a 11.6-inch screen which isn’t a full HD panel.
The base model ships with a Core i3 (upgradeable to an i5) CPU, 4GB of RAM and a 60GB SSD. The chassis has a silvery finish with great built quality and the keyboard is included as a part of the device unlike Surface where you need to buy it separately. It also features a 5 megapixel cam for photo and videos, you can also do video calling at 720p.
Specifications in detail:
- An 11.6-inch HD display with touch and IPS technology (wide 170-degree viewing angles).
- Available with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors.
- Up to 6 hours of battery life.
- Either a 60GB or 120GB SSD.
- Dolby Home Theater boosts sound for headphones as well as built-in speakers.
- USB 3.0 port and HDMI port.
- A built-in Acer Crystal Eye HD webcam in the front that can capture 720p HD, and a 5MP back camera.
- A full-sized chiclet keyboard.
- An optional stylus that fits in the case for customers who want the convenience of pen-based input.
The base model is priced at $799 and available for immediate purchase.