Microsoftโ€™s Eight-inch Windows 8 Tablet

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Shortly after Microsoft’s announcement that they would be releasing a smaller, more portable Windows 8 tablets, images of the new table have surfaced, no pun intended online. The images, which were first shown on tech site Minimachines, depict an eight-inch Acer tablet labeled as the Iconia W3 and featuring a dual-core Atom Z2760 processor with hyper-threading, clocked at 1.8GHz, the Iconia W3 is said to come with 2GB of RAM, dual camera, speaker set-up and ports for microUSB and microSDHC. Check it out here.



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