Acer Switch Alpha 12

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Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12 review: A hybrid for all reasons
Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12. The Switch Alpha 12's a good size (roughly letter/A4), but weighs a bit more than competitors: about 2.9 pounds/1.3 kg with keyboard and stylus or 2 pounds/906g for the slate portion. Though Acer fails to say so anywhere, you can charge it via USB-C -- though you'll have to spring for a 45W charger,...

Acer Switch Alpha 12 - Full Review and Benchmarks
With the $650 Switch Alpha 12 ($800 as tested), Acer is selling you on complete silence; it's the first liquid-cooled detachable on the market. It also happens to deliver strong performance and features a beautiful, bright 2160 x 1440 display. Plus, unlike the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, the Alpha 12 includes a keyboard cover in the box.

Acer Switch Alpha 12 Review & Rating |
Acer Switch Alpha 12. Like several systems before it, the Acer Switch Alpha 12 (starts at $599.99; $749.99 as tested) is looking to replicate the success of Microsoft's Surface line, combining a quick Windows 10 tablet with a slim detachable keyboard. While the Switch Alpha 12 isn't a high-end machine like the expensive Microsoft Surface Pro...

Acer Switch Alpha 12 Review | Trusted Reviews
The Switch Alpha 12 is Acer?s attempt to create a Microsoft Surface rival. It aims to offer the same tablet-first convertible experience, but at a significantly more competitive 600 starting price. That makes it over 100 cheaper than similarly specified convertibles, such as the Galaxy TabPro S and Surface Pro 4.

Acer Aspire Switch Alpha 12 review | TechRadar
Read more: Acer Aspire E15 (2015) Acer, capitalizing on the premium price of the Surface Pro 4, has created a rival device called the Switch Alpha 12 that is significantly cheaper. With a starting price of $599 (599, AU$780) which includes a keyboard, the Switch Alpha 12 is a Surface clone that most of us can afford.

Acer Switch Alpha 12 Review - Compsmag
Acer Switch Alpha 12 Review ? Battery Life Once you?re out and about with the Acer Switch Alpha 12, you will have to bring the power cord alongside. The Switch Alpha 12 lasted only 4 hours and 49 minutes on our Battery Test, which includes continuous internet browsing over Wi-Fi.

Acer Switch Alpha 12 review: Surface on a budget | The Verge
The Switch Alpha 12 barely hit four and a half hours in that test, which is basically unacceptable. Also not cool: the amount of preinstalled crap on this computer. It?s standard practice for PC makers to subsidize the cost of budget machines with lots of third-party software, and Acer has certainly done so here.

Acer Switch Alpha 12 Review - Windows Tablets and 2-in-1 ...
Acer Switch Alpha 12 Video Review Horsepower and Performance Here's where the Switch Alpha 12 shines--the Intel Core i5-6200U and i7-6500U dual core, 15 watt 6th generation Skylake CPUs match the Surface Pro 4 and beat the Intel Core M in other competitors.

Acer Switch Alpha 12 Review | Digital Trends
USB 3 and C. The Acer Switch Alpha 12 has two USB ports. There?s a USB 3.0 port, allowing you to plug in flash drives or an external mouse, and there?s a USB Type-C port. If you want to supplement your storage, an included microSD card port hidden behind gives an easy option.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: A great Windows tablet
Late 2016 update . When it debuted in March 2016, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S packed more value into a Windows tablet for $899, 899 or AU$1,499 than any other contender.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review | Trusted Reviews
The Galaxy TabPro S is the first sign I?ve seen of Samsung?s improved design philosophy extending into the tablet space. As tablets go, the device is outright stunning.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: This Surface Pro clone is ...
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: This Surface Pro clone is drop-dead gorgeous Sporting the first OLED screen out in the wild, the TabPro S will turn heads?and almost makes the wait for the tech ...

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review & Rating |
Samsung is the latest manufacturer to step in to the ring, with its Galaxy TabPro S ($899.99 as tested), and it certainly makes a lasting impression, with a thin and light build, bundled keyboard cover, colorful AMOLED screen, and compatibility with Samsung phones.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review | TechRadar
Samsung has played in the tablet space for a long time and even longer in the world of Windows laptops. Now, with the Galaxy TabPro S, the South Korean electronics giant has introduced a Surface Pro 4 rival that also aims to take down the iPad Pro with the full-fat power of Windows 10.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S - Full Review and Benchmarks
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review. Editors' rating: The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a stylish, 12-inch, detachable 2-in-1 with a beautiful display and OK performance, but its keyboard needs work. The Samsung TabPro S tries to do two things really well: immersive entertainment and effortless productivity. Customer reviews: Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 12 ...
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 12" Tablet (Black) and Microsoft Office Bundle at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Review | Ubergizmo
Samsung was the first major brand to announce a 12-inch HiDPI ultralight notebook running with Windows 10 and an Intel core m3 processor. The announcement sent shock-waves through the PC OEMs who were impressed behind closed doors. At 1.53 lbs (694g), the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is impressively light and portable, especially when the lightest clamshell PCs often start at 11? and 2.3+ Lbs.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review | The Verge
Like any good tablet, the TabPro S is remarkably thin and light at 6.3mm and just over 1.5 pounds. It shares a lot of design traits with Samsung?s Galaxy line of Android smartphones.

Samsung TabPro S Review | Digital Trends
The issue with the TabPro S is one that?s easily boiled down to a simple point. Samsung designed a mobile device, and then installed Windows on it. From the hard drive performance, to the peripheral attachments, to the awkward display, the Galaxy would feel much more at home with Android than it does with Windows 10.

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