Acer is attempting to differentiate itself in the highly competitive tablet market with its new Iconia W3. The company says the tablet, which debuted at the 2013 Computex show, delivers desktop PC capabilities and is the first 8.1-inch tablet running Windows 8.1 Preview. In a nutshell, the W3 is compatible with all current Windows software, including productivity tools like the bundled Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013 suite.
Powered by the latest Intel Atom Z2760 CPU, the W3 has a long 8-hour battery life that you'll be able to extend using a "Connected Standby" mode. … Read more