Acamar Transformer Windows netbook is also a tablet
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The Acamar Transformer Windows Netbook is one of the hybrid devices from the Chinese manufacturer has recently been made available in the market. It offers a convertible nature for which the users will be able to use it as a Netbook as well as a Tablet. This device is equipped with an 8.9inch display which can be tilted towards its back side while closing the lid, thus providing a tablet experience.
The device mainly powered by an Intel Atom N450 1.6GHz single core processor, and is powered by Windows 7 platform. It has a 2GB RAM and has a 120 GB HDD for storage. The 8.9inch display provides a 1024 x 600 pixels of resolution.
It is also equipped with the basic specifications as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a couple of USB 2.0 ports, VGA and Ethernet ports. While the device is in the tablet mode it is capable of making use of the G-sensor as well as the multi-touch capability of the display.
The device seems to be reasonably compact and its dimensions measures as 10.2 x 5.7 x 1inches and weighs about 2.4 pounds. It is also interesting to notice that the device while in the Netbook mode will not provide you a touchpad as there isn’t any below the keyboards. This might have been the result to reduce the size of the keyboard in order to fit it as a tablet. In place of a keyboard an optical sensor is provided along with that the direction keys are also available.
The battery equipped with it is a 3000mAh battery which is expected to provide a backup of about 2.4 hours. This model is priced at $460.