Acer Iconia Tab W500 Windows 7 Tablet Review

Posted by technews on Jun 6, 2011 | 10:20 PM

Despite the popularity of Apple’s iPad and the booming market for Android tablets, there are still plenty of Windows 7 tablets out there. The latest is Acer’s W500 hybrid tablet, a 10.1 inch tablet based on a 1GHz AMD C-50 processor, 2GB of DDR3 ram and a 32Gb SSD. It also comes (optionally) with a keyboard dock that allows you to turn it into a netbook.

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Both iOS and Android are polished tablet operating systems, though there is still demand for Windows on tablets. This might be because people want the power of WIndows, they want to use their existing Windows software or perhaps because they’re getting ready to move to the next version of Windows next year. I’ve been using the W500 for a week now and I’ve written a full review of the device on our sister site Windows7News.

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