Tablet pc computer Acer Iconia Tab W500 review
Windows tablets have been around for years, such as slate and convertible touchscreen notebooks covering rotate and fold the keyboard. To date, several have been disappointing, largely because they have no faces in the software or hardware, or both. The Windows operating system is designed not only for the finger (or stylus) input, and the CPU used to power most Windows tablets have a power so low that these devices are most often useless.
Jump to the ring after the launch of Apple iPad is the second generation Acer Iconia TabW500. Like Lenovo (still MIA U1) and the Asus Eee keyboard hybrid transformer, the 10.1-inch W500 board consists of a touch screen and a separate keyboard platform. When combined, the end to form two half something of a traditional laptop. The W500 is $ 549 with Windows 7 Home Premium, or $ 619 with Windows 7 Professional. Both versions come with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB SSD.