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Acer Iconia W500 Tab reviewed

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Well it seems like Pocket-Lint got their hands on the new Windows tablet from Acer and put it through the ringer for a nice little review. They had plenty of nice things to say about the tablet, as well as the usual issues with using Windows as a touch friendly OS at the moment. It’s made extremely well, and while a little heavy, is nice to hold. One of the nice features is the docking keyboard, which turns it into a Transformer like netbook that really speeds up the text input. In the end, they feel it’s the best Windows based tablet out, which is like being the skinniest kid at fat camp. Check out the full review from Pocket-Lint for the full rundown.

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Allen Schmidt

Allen is a former contributing editor at Nothing But Tablets, which was merged with Pocketables in 2012.

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  • Good to see some competition in the marketplace, too bad the keyboard has issues !!!!

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