Acer launched a new 10 inch tablet, a 2 in 1 device called the Aspire Switch 10 and today we learn about its price. Supposedly this device will go for around $2000, at least in China, the brand’s homeland. This is a Windows 8.1 tablet with a dedicated keyboard dock, that can be combined with the slate to get a laptop replacement.


There’s also a stylus in the mix and this device weighs 1.17 kg, with a body thickness of about 20.2 mm. The device offers a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and incorporates an Atom quad core 1.33 GHz processor, as well as a microSD card slot. There’s 2 GB of RAM, here, 64 GB of storage and the Switch 10 comes with a 5910 mAh battery, that can offer video playback of 8 hours.

We’ve got a USB 2.0 port and what seem to be two pretty nifty speakers at the bottom sides of the slate. The docking mechanism looks solid and the keyboard looks pretty comfy, I have to say. I’m guessing this is aimed to be an ASUS Transformer Book rival of sorts…