Acer unveils Aspire 1420p with a special convertible design

October 23, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


Acer has lifted the wraps off its new Aspire 1420p tablet. Uniquely made, Acer’s new device with an immensely luring special convertible design, has been unveiled in front of the media in China.

Going by the design, we think we should go for it as soon as it arrives in stores near us. Once you get a peek of the Aspire 1420p tablet, we are sure you will be tempted to term the design as unique because you will be able to fold or rotate the 1420p in whichever angle you want to. Perfectly allowing for movie viewing or making presentations, the design is in such a way that you can even use it as a picture frame, an e-book reader or a notepad. What we like most about the new design is that the Aspire 1420p tablet also has incorporated a built-in accelerometer that automatically rotates images!

Complete with an 11.6-inch LED-backlit multi-touch screen that boasts of WXGA resolution, the Aspire 1420p would come powered by an Intel Celeron processor with integrated graphics. The device would house 8GB RAM and 320GB HDD, 802.11b/g/Draft-N, Bluetooth, a multi-card reader, webcam, and optional 3G.

A one-time battery charge would be more than enough to stay online as Acer has thrown in power-saving technologies that keep the device’s battery live through the day. All we now need to know is the pricing details, and of course the scheduled launch date. Though Acer has updated it US pages a few details of the product, we expects the company would let us soon know when the Acer Aspire 1420p tablet would arrive and what it would cost.

(via Engadget)

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