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Acer W3 Pre-Order Available On Amazon.com


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The Acer Iconia W3 is now available for pre-order on Amazon.  It's listed in both 32 and 64 gig at $379 and $429 respectively.

 

Acer Iconia W3-810-1416 8.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver) by Acer


  • Windows 8, 8.1 inches Display
  • Intel Atom Dual-Core Processor Z2760 - 1.5 GHz (1 MB Cache)
  • 64 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 8-hour battery life, 1.1 pounds

Acer Iconia W3-810-1600 8.1-Inch 32 GB Tablet (Silver) by Acer

  • Windows 8, 8.1 inches Display
  • Intel Atom Dual-Core Processor Z2760 - 1.5 GHz (1 MB Cache)
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • 8-hour battery life, 1.1 pounds

 

Shipping is estimated in 3 to 5 weeks from now.  Thanks to Kevin W. for the heads up!

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must crush impulse to buy,,,,,,,,, must wait to see Lenovo MIIX 8,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, must control obsessive compulsive need to own every Windows 8 tablet,,,,,,,,,,,

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I agree. I really want to try this thing out!  I would like to be cheap and get the 32 but should opt for the 64.  Does Amazon charge the card immediately?

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The poll should include an option to select no interest in small tablet form factors.

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I have two friends that have W510 Acers, Atom with 2gb and Win 8. Both are very happy with them, as consumption devices. 

I am hoping the MIIX 8 will be ARM and RT to maximize battery life.

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I like the form factor, not sold on Atom running a full Win8 environment.

 

Did you ever have a NetBook?  I had the ASUS XP one. Put Win7 on it and it ran decently.  I even mixed podcast audio on it at CES one year.  Sure beat lugging the 12 pound laptop i had the year before.  However!!!  That Lenovo looks splendid!  I can't decide!

 

I am hoping the MIIX 8 will be ARM and RT to maximize battery life.

At that size it probably will be.  I would vote for x86 though but an RT that size would be nice too.

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