The 8.1 inch Acer Iconia W3 tablet- Technology is growing fast and so are the expectations of people from these multiple brands available in tablet market. There are countless brands with cut-throat competition with each other and the number is increasing day by day, squeezing the space for more. But still, as said above the increasing demands will never let the market to stop from expanding. To step ahead from other brands, Acer has unveiled a new 8.1 inch tablet, named Acer Iconia W3, solving the biggest problem of Windows 8 tablets i.e. their size, which was never less than 10 inches. Acer Iconia W3 price has been tagged at Rs.27,999.
Iconia W3 packs dual-core, Intel Clover Trail Z2760 processor clocked at 1.8GHz along with 2GB RAM. With its 32GB internal memory, you will not be able to get much space for your stuff; therefore it consists of a microSD card slot for expanding the external memory. The Windows 8 tablet has the smallest display among all Windows tablets, with a resolution of 1,280 X 800 pixels. Its 6800mAh battery claims 8 hours of continuous work, giving much satisfaction to most of you but still it can't compete with ipad with such low-power battery. It doesn't look very cool with its 11mm thick body, which is too thick when compared to other compatible devices and weighs around 500 grams. To add on to Acer Iconia W3 features, it has front and rear camera of 2-megapixels, providing satisfactory images and videos.Acer mobiles do not capture a huge market in India but with this student edition of Microsoft Office 2013, it has made a try to win many hearts. Now, you can have a look at Acer Iconia W3 pictures over the web easily and get an idea about its exterior qualities and design.
Acer Iconia W3 price is the most attractive feature because of the highly-priced substitute devices like Microsoft tablets. Acer Iconia W3 is pretty similar to Iconia B1 but with different operating system and also with reasonable price. After having a look on its features completely, some of its pros and cons can be pointed out very easily. Although it's smaller display size makes it much handy but it makes it harder for the user to operate the desktop apps with tiny touch points. This problem takes a serious form in portrait-view, when the text becomes smaller giving much stress to the eyes of user. Its plastic casing makes it look a little cheap. Acer has warned about the increment in its new gadget's price due to continuous falling value of Rupee against Dollars.