Acer introduces the One 10, an affordable tablet PC

Will this be the device that finally gets the hybrid PC right?

Previously, Acer had the Switch which was a hybrid tablet PC that was already pretty affordable at about US$300 and lets you use it as a tablet or attach it to its keyboard dock and use it as a laptop.

Now Acer is digging deeper into the low budget market with the One 10, a device which will only cost you US$200, giving you modest specs.

The One 10 is fitted with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, an Intel Atom quad-core proccessor and also comes preinstalled with Windows 8.1 so you can update to Windows 10 when available. For a budget of US$200, the specs are really modest and what more when you actually get the keyboard dock out of the box too which is flexible to use it as a stand or a keyboard.

The display is a 10.1in 1280 x 800 pixels display and it also features a micro HDMI port for connecting the device to a larger screen for the ease of your eyes. It's also fitted with a microSD slot and a USB port due to the relatively small built-in storage offered. It comes with two 1600 x 1200 camera sensors installed, one at the front and the other at the back, a built-in mic, and a 2670mAh battery. And it isn't a heavyweight either, weighing 1.18kg inclusive of the keyboard dock.

Availability of the Acer One 10 hasn't been confirmed, so check back here for the full details soon.

[source : Digitaltrends]