Microsoft and Apple have revealed new 13-inch tablet devices. Now the ultra-large tablet market is heating up ( Microsoft Surface Pro 4 ). The Taiwanese electronic device maker Acer has launched a monster 17.3 inch tablet. Acer also launched 14-inch convertible laptop for its users. Both of the devices are powered by Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system.
Acer has named the tablet, Aspire Z3-700. The monster tablet has come in two built-in kickstands. It allows users to hook up the device to a full keyboard and mouse. The tablet features 1080p multi-touch display, It also comes with stylus support for drawing. Read about Google’s latest tablet PixelC.
A unique feature about the Aspire Z3-700 is that, it comes with a built-in 5 hour battery. User can carry the device around. Acer is offering the Aspire Z3-700 with a choice of Intel Pentium and Celeron Processor. The smart tablet is paired up to 8 GB of RAM and Different solid state and hard disk configuration.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Apple iPod Pro 12.9 inch tablets have already set the tablet market on fire. Now Acer also jumped into the tablet market with a big 17.3 inch tablet.
Acer also unveiled the new 14-inch Aspire R 14 convertible Windows 10 laptop. The laptop can be easily folded into a tablet. Aspire R 14 is also paired with up to 8 GB RAM and solid state drive. The Aspire R 14 is powered by an Intel Skylake processor. Also support for Continuum and Ultra-Fast MU-MIMO wireless.
Acer will release the Aspire Z3-700 in Europe first, then in Middle East and Africa by the end of the year at the price of $682. Acer has confirmed that the Aspire R 14 tablet will arrive at stores in North America by late October with a starting price of $699.