Acer ICONIA W700 Driver For Windows 10 [WORK]
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Acer ICONIA W700 Driver For Windows 10
Lastly, there’s the W700’s price. At $1,099, it’s $200 more expensive than the W510 and you’ll get less screen area, but it does have a 32GB SSD instead of a standard hard drive. Overall, it’s a win: it’s a great convertible design and looks cool, and its battery life is pretty decent; but it’s not for everyone, and it’s not cheap. If you are looking for a convertible Windows 8 PC under $1,200, you’ll probably be better served with the 14-inch-class W510.
In contrast, the W700 is a style-over-substance bit of hardware, but the fact that it’s been built with tablet designs in mind more than PC is a step in the right direction. We’d like to see Acer build its own next-generation convertible chassis — with stand functionality as an option in the first place — but even if that happens, this will be a great little machine for some people.
I’ve read the review for the w700 but I still haven’t seen an updated review. From the review it seems like they weren’t really all that impressed with the w700 or any of the other acer products. (Why am I not surprised?)
Does the w7x support hdmi or does that come on with the $999.99 price tag?
You can certainly get a touchscreen Ultrabook that lasts longer than the W700, but only if it’s a convertible. That’s not a decision to make lightly. Acer is as much a convertibles-maker as it is a Windows tablets-maker, and Windows convertibles tend to be nice-looking, but relatively heavy, machines that run for only a few hours on a charge. No thanks. Actually, even though the W700 has a convertible cradle, you won’t want it.
to be fair, the w700 doesn’t put up a fight against desktop windows or linux systems, but even the s7 was able to edge it out, and given the hardware similarities, that’s not a great indication of what you can expect from the w700 when you’re actually using it for everyday tasks. but what about performance when it does have to play catch-up, such as when you’re using a windows 8.1 app that needs to be updated to the latest version? in our testing, the w700’s scores were good, if not stellar, and in many cases it was better than most of its windows 8.1 competition, but its atom processors never seemed to be able to keep up when running windows apps that have gotten much more demanding over the past year. in our tests, the w700’s 4gb of ram never seemed to be a problem, but it did struggle with a number of games, most notably the ancient but still rather popular angry birds, and even those which were on the site’s “supported” list.
at $1,000, the w700 has one of the higher prices among windows 8 and windows 8.1 tablets, but its performance and size make it worth the money for many. though its touch interface is usable and flexible, we don’t think that’s enough to justify a $1,000 price tag, and we’re certainly not sure that anyone who is hoping to use a windows 8 system with touchscreen capabilities is going to be happy with acer’s decision to make the w700 a hybrid tablet / laptop. but for the right person, the w700 is a remarkably capable windows 8 machine that will last a long time on a charge. and when you factor in its price, the w700 really is one of the best value options in the windows tablet market.