An eye-catching 8.1-inch tablet called the Iconia W3 is among the new Windows 8 devices that Acer announced at COMPUTEX today, reports Windows blogger Brandon LeBlanc.
The Iconia W3 weighs in at just 1.19 pounds, is powered by an Intel Atom Z2760 mobile-optimized processor and packs 8 hours of battery life. The tablet will arrive in the U.S. in June starting at $379.99. (An optional keyboard runs $79.99.)
Acer also debuted three additions to its Aspire series of PCs, including two 13.3-inch Ultrabooks and a new 23-inch all-in-one.
You can see all four new Acer PCs below, and geek out on all the specs over at the Windows Experience Blog.
Acer Iconia W3 8.1-inch tablet (shown with optional keyboard):
Acer Aspire S7-392 13.3-inch Ultrabook:
Acer Aspire S3-392 13.3-inch Ultrabook:
Acer Aspire Z3 Series 23-inch all-in-one:
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