From Acer to Lenovo, hardware makers showed off early versions of Windows 8 tablets at the Computex tradeshow. Take a look.
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At Computex, Acer previewed several Windows 8 systems, including a pair of tablets, the Iconia W510 and the Iconia W700.
The former offers a 10.1-inch touch display, and comes with a detachable keyboard dock. The larger W700 boasts an 11.6-inch display which, on its docking cradle, can be swiveled into landscape or portrait mode. This tablet also supports playback of video in full HD.
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