Packing two 14-inch capacitive touchscreens, the Iconia is a booklet laptop-tablet hybrid device running Windows 7 Home Premium. It does away with the traditional keyboard and mouse setup in favour of an exclusively touch-based interface.
The Iconia seems to have a lot of features to offer. To give you an idea of its specs and features, let us take a closer look at the Iconia. Basically, the Iconia boasts the following specs and features:
* Sports two 14-inch HD displays that have a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels.
* Equipped with a full range of intuitive and easy to use features and applications
* Runs with the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system
* Powered by an Intel Core i5-480M/560M/580M CPU
* Integrated with intel HD graphics that has 128MB o RSM
* Comes with a crystal eye webcam with a resolution of 1280×1024 pixels
* Comes with VGA/HDMI output, built-in microphone
* Wi-Fi 802.11/b/g/n
* Bluetooth 3.0 + HS
* Integrated with 3G WWAn, gigabit Ethernet and a four cell battery
How much does it cost?
The price is also rather different to most touchcreen tablets out there. The Iconia will initially go on sale on January 15 for a rather hefty £1,499 in John Lewis stores, as well as Micra Anvika stores such as Harrods and Acer Experience Centres.
By the end of February, though, the Iconia will be available from all the other major retailers, and that price might come down at that point too – the £1,499 price point is merely a suggested figure.