Acer Iconia 6120 Dual-Screen Touchbook reviews and prices: Windows 7 Home Premium 14" Tablet
This tablet PC is a good all rounder.
Customer reviews of Acer Iconia 6120 Dual-Screen TouchbookMost helpful reviews
Andreas, London General home user
- Good points:
- Fantastic touch screens and Acer software, good build and feel.
- Bad points:
- Battery life is bad
|Size and weight||7.0|
|Value for money||8.0|
Confirmed purchase: 02 Mar 2012
Acer’s Iconia is a stunning dual-screen ‘touchbook’ laptop, which runs Windows 7 and incorporates the best features of both the notebook and tablet worlds. The Iconia 6120 packs two 14-inch LED backlit touchscreen displays which protected by Gorilla Glass, and it is powered by an i5 2.66GHz processor and 4GB of RAM to give it plenty of punch.
Features you’ll love:
The first keyboardless laptop – that’s right, it’s all touchscreens
Virtual keyboard that launches when you rest your palms on the bottom screen
Swipe, tap and drag – control your Iconia Dual through using the Gesture Editor
Multitask with ease; watch a movie on one screen, whilst checking Facebook on the other
Massive 640GB hard drive for storing all your data and media files
Uses the Intel Core i5 processor, which works at 2.66GHz to give the Iconia Dual plenty of oomph to power through everything you chuck at it
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