There is a massive demand for multi purpose machines in the market. Asus has been offering Transformer series that doubles as tablet and laptop. Now, Acer is said to be working on a 3-in-1 tablet that runs Windows.
Called the Switch 10, it features a 10.1 inch touchscreen display and runs Windows 8.1 operating system. Add a keyboard to the mix and you have a full fledge laptop.
But what makes Acer Aspire Switch 10 different from the competitors is its presentation mode where you can pop the tablet out, turn it around and attach it back to the dock.
The Switch 10 has aluminum casing and keyboard dock has no latch. It uses a smart hinge and hooks unlike the recently launched Iconia W4 that uses latch for keyboard attachment. Unfortunately, specs and pricing details along with its launch date are not yet available yet.
While the tablet looks a lot like the Iconia W510 Windows 8 tablet that was launched in 2012, the Switch uses a Bay Trail architecture that brings a faster CPU.