Acer’s Iconia W510 is another example of what will be a common design among Windows 8 PC makers: It’s a tablet that docks into a keyboard and trackpad panel, essentially turning it into a laptop. What sets the W510 apart from others we’ve seen is its 10.1-inch screen size, which makes it more ideal as a tablet than a notebook, and its starting price of $500 for the tablet alone. Still, that cheaper model (with 32 GB of storage) is impossible to find right now, and you’ll likely want to shell out $750 for the 64 GB model with the dock anyway.
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