Acer has launched two notebooks and a tablet with touch-screens, in hopes to draw buyers after they suffered a decline in the PC market.
Acer unveiled the new generation Ultrabook, the Aspire P3. The new Ultrabook will change the way you work and play. The portability and detachable keyboard give you the best of both worlds. Type away when you have a table available, snap out the tablet and enjoy the benefits of a touchscreen when you’re out and about, The P3 sells for $800 and is available now.
The Aspire R7 notebook will be available mid-May. Its 15.6 inch screen is on a hinge that provides the user the option of converting it to a tablet. The $1,000 notebook will be available exclusively at Best Buy.
Acer also unveiled the 7.9-inch Acer Iconia A1 Andriod tablet that will retail starting in June for $169.
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Source CNet Acer