Acer launches Iconia Tab W500 Windows 7 powered tablet

Acer today announced the release of its Acer Iconia Tab W500 windows based tablet, available in two variants – with Windows 7 Home Premium (W500-BZ467) for $549.99  and with Windows 7 Professional (W500P-BZ412) model for $619.

Iconia Tab W500 weighs only 2.14 pounds and measures 10.83(W) x 7.48(D) x 0.63(H) inches. It is equipped with 10.1 inches TFT LCD multi-touch display with 1,280×800 pixel resolution and is powered by AMD 1GHz C-Series Processor C-50 APU, along with AMD Radeon HD 6250 Graphics with 256 MB of dedicated system memory. It has 2GB of DDR3 RAM and a 32GB solid state drive, plus a SD card reader that  supports up to 32GB.

Acer Iconia Tab W500

W500 also offers Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. It has a G-sensor, ambient light sensor, Dolby optimized audio, dual Acer Crystal Eye 1.3 megapixels web cams on front and back, two built-in stereo microphones with echo cancellation, and noise suppression technologies, and dual USB 2.0 ports and HDMI port. It takes power form 3260mAh Li-Ion battery that gives up to 6 hours of life. The tablet is offered with optional docking station that is equipped with full-size chiclet keyboard, Acer FineTrack pointing device with two buttons, and USB and Ethernet ports.

Iconia Tab W500 comes with Acer’s Ring multi-touch enabled interface and clear.fi for digital media sharing system, and also supports Adobe Flash.

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