Windows Tablet

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Windows Tablet

Acers Iconia Tab runs the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Home Premium on a 10.1-inch touch-screen.

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Processing Power

An AMD dual-core processor, coupled with a 32GB solid-state hard drive, powers the tablets programs.

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Portrait Mode

Like all tablets, Acers device is capable of displaying content in portrait or landscape modes.

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Backing

The Acer tablet features a 1.3-megapixel rear-facing Webcam.??í??í

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Virtual Keyboard

Pictured here is the tablets virtual keyboard.

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Accuracy

Some Windows icons and buttons, so easy to click on with a mouse, prove a bit harder to hit with a finger.

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Standard Screens

Just because Windows is on a tablet doesnt mean theres not the usual flood of notification screens.

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Typing

When it comes time to type, a virtual-keyboard icon appears on the screen.

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Unmodified

Programs such as Internet Explorer seem unmodified for the tablet experience.

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Keyboard Dock

The Acer tablets keyboard dock.

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Connected

The Acer tablet is pictured here connected with the keyboard dock.

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Clasps

A set of clasps bind the tablet facedown to the keyboard when not in use, transforming it...

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Laptop Lookalike

...into something that looks like a closed laptop.

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USB Ports

The side of the keyboard dock, with a view of one of the two USB ports. The tablet unit itself also boasts a USB port.??í

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Multimedia

Windows Media Player—and any other multimedia programs compatible with Windows—help turn the tablet into a device for playing music and movies.

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Alternates

Those who want to work with something other than a touch-screen can manipulate the mouse icon using the keyboard dock.

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