Acer Bulgari Tablet Runs On Windows 8

acer-bulgariTechblog.gr is at the forefront of this particular nugget of information concerning a spanking new tablet that runs on the Windows 8 operating system, in addition to carrying a next generation Intel Core i3 Haswell processor that has been touted by the folks over at Intel to be able to extend the battery life of your device by a respectable margin. The upcoming tablet has no official name just yet, but it has been given the code name of Acer Bulgari, where it sports an 11.6” LCD IPS technology display that carries a resolution of 2,560 × 1,440 pixels, where it will also be accompanied by 4GB RAM, 64GB of internal memory, a memory card slot and an 8-megapixel camera.

What you see above is not the Acer Bulgari, but rather, it is the Acer W510 that runs on the Windows RT operating system for illustrative purposes. We are quite sure that when a leaked image of the Acer Bulgari starts to make its rounds on the Internet, things will definitely heat up, especially when you consider the kind of resolution that the display comes with.

Read more about Acer and Windows 8. Source: techblog.gr

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