It seems that lately notebook devices are not as appealing as they once were. With Windows 8 going on a new path towards what is going to be a fully featured touch interface, most users oriented towards purchasing a new device are set to finding a touch-oriented tablet or hybrid that provides a new experience.

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Manufacturers like Asus or Acer have found it only natural to try and minimise the design of their notebook devices, integrating great performance and coupled with good battery life. These kind of products are also the ones to breathe new life into the new version of the Microsoft OS, that hasn’t been so popular since release.

The Acer Aspire P3 is said to be the manufacturer’s latest attempt towards a hybrid device, offering a touch based experience and great prtability. The device that is said to come with Windows 8 seems to be made out of top quality materials and with a great integrated keyboard. In terms of specs, the Aspire P3 comes with an Intel based configuration, ranging from the Ivy Bridge new gen CPU of the Core i5 kind to the Celeron low-power chip. It also provides a more than pleasing viewing experience, due to its 11.6-inches panel offering 1600 x 900 pixels resolution and it comes with 32GB to 128GB of storage.

  • DeianStancu

    I don’t want to hear of any tablet that’s without stylus and active digitizer, like AtivSmartPC Pro or Asus TF810C. Surface Pro is a wannabe, does not count. 🙂
    Windows needs stylus to press small icons and the damn “x” mark or “back” or minimize or whatever button, because Windows is not ready for fingers.