Engadget post time: May 03, 2013 at 10:29PM
Acer brought a whole bunch of folks out to NYC for a global press conference and made sure the attending press got their money’s worth. In addition to outing the unique convertible R7, the company unveiled the Aspire P3 — its first convertible Windows 8 Ultrabook. The screen can be angled forward to use as a traditional (ish) laptop or completely folded down in slate mode. As you can see in the image, there’s even a place to clip on a stylus. Acer wasn’t too forthcoming with specs during the presentation, but we’ll be sure to dig up those specifics when we get our hands-on (which should be coming shortly).
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