Acer Aspire P3 Ultrabook

Acer's Aspire P3 Ultrabook is an 11.6in tablet with a folio-style keyboard case

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Stan

5.0

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Pros
The Screen size and brightnerss Price - 4gb ram -120gb ssd drive P3 171
Cons
Can not use the main camera when in case
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Had the Acer P3 171 for about a month, For the Price ($650.oo Amazon) can not beat it. While other Tablet/Ultrabooks will have other options the P3 will do the Job and when considering you could get two for the price of one (surface pro 2 with 120gb ssd drive) what's to consider? Things I would have done would include a connector that would connect by itself when in the keyboard case.(you have to connect the tablet with the case\keyboard to charge the Bluetooth keyboard. But that's not a show stopper. As other reviews have noted an additional USB 3.0 would work better but again not a show stopper. Use a major credit card and you can get the 1 year warrenty entended to 2 years. (check with you card for this) All you need to do is visit Best Buy and find a tablet pc or Ultrabook with 4gigs of ram and a 120gb ssd drive with a case/keyboard and you will leave knowing the value of the Acer P3 for the price. Any of the Tablets/Ultrabooks will come with the own short commings and there price. For the price I'll give it 4.5 - 5 Stars

Dr. Suresh N. Kannan

4.5

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Pros
Brilliant display, light in weight (without the keypad), slim in design
Cons
Difficult to remove the tablet from the keypad housing.
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Works well for presentation purpose. The micro HDMI to VGA adapter does a good job (no loss in graphic quality). Ideal for those who have to be mobile and having to do presentation, e.g sales personnel, lecturers & trainers.

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