It’s been a buzzing week as far as the Windows 8 devices are concerned.We saw Samsung’s two prototype Windows 8 devices with dual screen and the other one with super high resolution display at the IFA event in Berlin.
Acer who is also one of the prime hardware partner for Windows 8,showcased their upcoming Windows 8 based devices.First up there’s the notebook-tablet hybrid offering the Acer Iconia W510.Sporting a 10.1 inch display with an option of an add on keyboard via a dock,which can in turn boost the battery life of upto 18hours,to go with a micro-HDMI port and a microSD card slot.
The second device is the Acer Iconia W700,sporting a big 11.6″display,3 USB ports, a micro-HDMI port,front and a rear camera to go with,it also feature a cradle which can be used to view the screen in a number of different positions.
Then there are the Notebooks(touch screen based) with their Aspire (V5 Series) laptops.There will be two variants,one with a 14 inch display and the other one featuring a 15.6 inch display,powered by Intel based processors and the graphics will be boosted with Nvidia chips.
They also revealed a bunch of Ultrabooks featuring a Touch Screen along with a AIO 27″ PC with 1080P resolution the 7600 U which has a 64 touch point support.Since we are still more than a month away from the official public release of Windows 8,the pricing details haven’t yet been announced from most of the manufacturers,but we can expect a word on that in coming days.