Acer did reveal its Iconia’s pricing as well as availability, but now it is up for pre-order if you’re interested. Boasting a couple of 14″ touchscreen displays, it continues to show the world that touchscreen devices are the way to go. Acer has taken a leaf out of Nintendo’s book and doubled it (the two touchscreen displays, of course), where the displays will be protected by Gorilla Glass, and lack a traditional keyboard and trackpad. Of course, you will need to get used to the new Acer Ring Control interface if you want to make full use of it, with Windows 7 Premium 64-bit as the operating system of choice. Just how does the Acer Ring Control work? It will rely on a touch-controlled ring at the center, where you manipulate it like a giant knob, where all your five fingers will move between favorite applications and features.
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- 2012-07-27: Acer confirms Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for select Iconia tablets?
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