New Acer TravelMate C200 Tablet PC Officially Announced in USA (Pics, Specs)

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  1. Barry J. Doyle

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    New Acer TravelMate C200Tablet PC Officially Announced in USA

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    The first thing that you will notice in Acer's new TravelMate C200 Tablet PC is the innovative "sliding" display mechanism. This is quite different from other Tablet PC's which use a standard "hinge" to allow the display to rotate and fold. Acer boasts that "thanks to its advanced ergonomics and its one-motion conversion process, the Acer TravelMate C200 Tablet PC creates the "ultimate Tablet PC experience in mobile computing". Whether or not this is true will be left for users to decide.

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    On the hardware front, the specs look good. I already love the fact that this model offers a "slot-loading" DVD burner. The addition of a slot loading drive is long passed due in the PC world as Apple has offered this design as a standard for years.

    Finally, it is great to see that Acer is using the wonderful NVIDIA Go 6200 GPU for graphics, rather than opting for the less desirable Intel integrated GMA 900 graphics solution.

    A few other features to note, Acer also is offering its "ezDock, a PCI Express-based port replicator designed to accommodate up to 24 legacy and next- generation devices", an "internal Acer MediaBay" that accommodates hot-swappable drives, a choice of second battery, a hard drive up to 100GB and also an optional "Acer MediaBay battery", rated at up to 8 hours battery life (by the manufacturer).

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    Pricing starts at $1399. Check out the official specs. below and click on the links for price comparison and store availability:

    Acer TravelMate C204TMi


      Pentium M Processor 760 (2MB L2 cache, 2.0GHz, 533MHz FSB)[/li]
      Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Microsoft [/li]
      1GB (512/512) DDR2 533 SDRAM [/li]
      Hard drive 100GB [/li]
      Modular DVD-Dual drive (DVD+/-RW) [/li]
      NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200 [/li]
      Biometric Fingerprint ID [/li]
      4-in-1 card reader for optional MultiMediaCard , Secure Digital card, Memory Stick or Memory Stick PRO [/li]
      One six-cell and one three-cell battery for 5+ run time hours [/li]
      802.11b/g, WLAN, Gigabit LAN, V.92 Modem, Bluetooth [/li]
      12.1" XGA (14024 x 768) $1899

      Acer TravelMate C203ETCi


        Intel Celeron M Processor 370 (1MB L2 cache, 1.5GHz, 400MHz FSB) [/li]
        Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition [/li]
        512MB (512/0) DDR2 533 SDRAM [/li]
        hard drive 80GB [/li]
        Modular CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive [/li]
        Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 [/li]
        4-in-1 card reader for optional MultiMediaCard , Secure Digital card, Memory Stick or Memory Stick PRO [/li]
        802.11b/g, WLAN, Gigabit LAN, V.92 Modem, Bluetooth [/li]
        12.1" XGA (14024 x 768)

        For more information, visit the ACER website at: http://www.acer.com/us



        Barry

     
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    Do my eyes deceive me? Do their specs list the screen as only displaying 262K colors?
     
  3. villalain

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    No, 16.7 million colours.
    Regards,
    José.

    Pd. Till waiting for it.
     
  4. Brian

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    Pretty hot little machine, I'm glad to see another 12" entry. I really think that's the sweet spot for a portable tablet.
     
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    Those specs are incredibly attractive, especially when you consider the price. ICComputers is selling it for $2049 CAD, which is the cheapest I have seen anywhere (in Canada, at least). Now, to wait for reviews...

    Edit: By the way, 14024 x 768 is an awfully strange resolution. ;)
     
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    If i trusted Acer then i would buy this model immidiatly, but i dont so lets see what the reviewers have to say about it
     
  7. Spare Tire

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    No palm rest.
     
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