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Acer Aspire Switch 10 Review – Competitively priced convertible
Competitive price, including Office
Pretty good screen brightness
USB 3.0 is missing
Battery life is not impressive
End of 2013, though Asus managed to build a very low price. Interesting convertible with the Transformer T100 The hardware was not the fastest, but that was more than offset by the T100 offered great value for money. What we are concerned with the T100 Asus had revived the netbook. It was questionable whether the concept would catch on and be a matter of waiting for the competition would build. Such laptop
In late April Acer Aspire Switch 10. Introduced the manufacturer seems to have looked at Asus but still a little further. Acer Windows 8-tablet is in fact not only to use a keyboard, but may also be supplied again in a reversed ‘Display’ and a’ tent’-mode may be used. With a price of 350 euros, the Acer also sharply priced and would be an alternative to the Asus T100.
So we occasionally make the comparison with the closest competitor, but the judge Aspire Switch 10 also are independent properties. Our test switch was equipped with a Atom Z3745 processor, 2GB RAM and 32GB storage; Office 2013 is included and the price is 350 euros. Beforehand, you seem so much of value for money and we went with the switch 10 to work to see if that really is the case.Viewing:-237
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