Acer Aspire P3 Is \”World\’s First Ultrabook Convertible\”

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The world’s first Ultrabook convertible has arrived, at least if you listen to Acer.

\"AcerThe company formally unveiled the Aspire P3 at a press event in New York City today, calling it the “world’s first Ultrabook convertible.” The Windows 8 Ultrabook is a tablet with a detachable keyboard dock. When in the dock, the tablet itself is held in a plastic case, allowing he device to function as a notebook. The P3 comes equipped with either an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor and active pen support.

Similar to the Surface, the P3 has an 11.6-inch HD display, weighs 3.06 pounds and is .75-inches thick. The device is expected to have the same ports as a standard Ultrabook including HDMI and UB 3.0. Acer is promoting the P3 as having six hours of battery life and fast start and shutdown times.

The P3 is available now and is prices at $799.99 at the time of this writing. The company also unveiled the Aspire R7 and Iconia A1 at the event.

Source: The Verge

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