Windows 8 on an 8-incher? Acer Iconia W3 tablet leaks with tiny dimensions
1. Dr.Phil (Posts: 897; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
Now if they offer a stylus as an accessory or possibly as a bundle, I think this would make an awesome tablet for board meetings, students in the classroom, etc. The question will be: is the price right?
2. TechBizJP08 (Posts: 495; Member since: 25 Mar 2013)
Yes your right. Having a windows 8 in an 8" incher means trouble for Note 8.0 and Nexus with the right price(300$),
Include Office 360 in a bundle and whoala.. Tablets for Business and Enterprise Schools and offices :)
3. pongkie (Posts: 497; Member since: 20 Aug 2011)
I dunno.. I have the acer w510 but I find it a little difficult working on it with a 10" screen size. I'm used to 15" screen sizes.
13. EXkurogane (Posts: 863; Member since: 07 Mar 2013)
If this is $300 or even lesser with windows 8 (nor RT), then it's a deal. But i would want to wait a bit longer and see if Nokia comes up with anything. But im willing to spend a bit more for a 10 inch tablet. Something like the Acer W510 going for $500 while running full windows 8.
4. MC1123 (Posts: 1236; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
now this is a real ipad killer since its a real tablet pc!! It may not have very impressive specs but atom will do for low end!! Im just looking forward for the baytrail+ which intel promise to let us have a $200 windows tablet!
6. martinlosha (unregistered)
The Fanboys run the world market
Unfortunately Microsoft hasn't got any.
Even though this is a full computer PC, even though the price is good, even though windows pro beats both ios and android hands down and is not even a contest, even though the battery life is good this device won't sell.
By the way do all authors at phonearena have lost their minds or something?
How is possible Android to have made the 7 inch form factor popular?
Amazon and the kindle fire made the 7 inch form factor popular, android is a piece of software, you can not give props to the software for the hardware of the kindle devices
7. valapsp (Posts: 473; Member since: 12 Aug 2011)
7"-9" is the great size for tablets in my idea . But I don't have a good experience with Intel Atom in my HP Slate 500. More power requires more battery. The i5 in the Surface pro makes it a powerhouse but it consumes more battery. let's hope upcoming tablets (Windows, Android,...) have great battery lives.
11. aphrophyre (Posts: 22; Member since: 02 Feb 2012)
The Atom Z2670 is good with power conservation..
8. lhtbinh1909 (Posts: 52; Member since: 02 Apr 2013)
windows tablets don't meet my work requirement so I use Android tablet instead and
never have idea owning a windows tablets, but always dream about high end laptops :).
9. martinlosha (unregistered)
What kind of work you do?
What are your work requirements?
12. Akfred (Posts: 71; Member since: 08 Nov 2012)
Are sure you even know what you are doing? I suggest you review your words
15. lhtbinh1909 (Posts: 52; Member since: 02 Apr 2013)
I'm working as a techinician in IT field, usually use CAD and things like Virtual Machine, virtualization.
And please don't miss my words, I use Galaxy Note 10.1 because it has great battery life (full day working), ability to view CADs just in case, phonecall feature. Android also has a good keyboard layout for my languages (Vietnamese).
Believe me, I'm a huge fan of Windows but Win RT tablets lack of apps while I couldn't afford NOT RT tablets.
Of course I type this reply on a Windows 8 Pro laptop in the end of a day :D
10. aphrophyre (Posts: 22; Member since: 02 Feb 2012)
Will 1200x800 support snap view? why not just release an 8" device with a 1366x768 resolution screen?