Check out our review of the Acer Aspire R7 hybrid all-in-one and tablet.
After today’s New York reveal, it appears that the Taiwanese computer company, Acer, is bound and determined to destroy how we think about traditional laptops. The company’s new Aspire R7 moves the keyboard down and puts the touchpad on top – an interesting move that makes the mouse almost superfluous. It’s almost a tablet and, kind of, a laptop. In fact, it could even be compared to Lenovo’s bendable Yoga.
In the above video, we test out Acer’s Frankenstein monster to see if the company’s modifications work or just annoy.
For technical specifications and a few more thoughts, check out KT Bradford’s hands-on write up.