Acer India launched a new breed of Windows 8 powered touch enabled devices, remarkably slim and designed to take the avatar of dual functionalities. With the tablet and touch – notebook computers marking the advent of a new era, the company expects 80% of its products to be on touch technology by 2015. Customers are moving to a touch-centric way of computing for most of their everyday tasks, such as web browsing, checking email, and entertainment. The new line of mobile products will shape the company’s focus on redefining the computing experience through progressive design.
During the launch Mr. Harish Kohli, Managing Director, Acer India said, “Acer has always been a frontrunner in setting up industry benchmark; today we are the first PC player to launch a full-featured 8.1-inch tablet, Acer Iconia W3, along with two other new products, the Acer Aspire P3 and Aspire R7.”
Acer Iconia W3: The Iconia W3 provides an unprecedented tablet experience, with a design that is compact enough to use comfortably in one hand for reading and web browsing. With a screen large enough for entertainment and desktop applications it’s ideal for professionals, students and families who want the ease of use of a one-hand tablet and the power packed Windows 8 experience along with seamless access to Microsoft Office 2013 including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.
Aspire P3 Ultrabook: This Ultrabook, which delivers all the benefits of an Ultrabook in a unique design that easily transforms into tablet-mode. Today, many users are puzzled choosing between notebook, hybrid, convertible or tablet designs while selecting a mobile computing device. The Aspire P3 takes care of all the above user features without compromising on the performance. Running on Windows 8, the Aspire P3 is the ideal mobile computing device for users who want to create and consume content.
Touch-and-type Aspire R7 notebook: The Windows 8 powered Aspire R7 notebook, a desktop replacement, features a 15.6″ Full HD 1920×1080 touch screen made for the new computing lifestyle, which increasingly combines touch and type. With a repositioned keyboard and the revolutionary Ezel hinge that moves the display forward and into different positions, the Aspire R7 makes the combination of touching the screen and using the keyboard more intuitive and natural. With four modes of operation, the R7 can easily be used as a conventional notebook, a pad, a display, or switched to ‘Ezel’ allowing the screen to float over the keyboard at various angles. This enables users to work where they want and how they want: seated or standing, at a desk or on their lap.