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