Go ahead and use the Aspire P3 as your primary PC, Acer says.
Windows 8 has PC makers gung ho about hybrid form factors that are able to transform from an Ultrabook to a tablet and vice versa, but one of the problems is that some of these systems end up offering half-baked experiences. Acer says that isn't the case with its new Aspire P3, a "new form Ultrabook" the company claims is powerful enough to be your primary PC, yet also able to function as a tablet.
"Customers are moving to a touch-centric way of computing for most of their everyday tasks, such as web browsing, checking email, and entertainment," said Sumit Agnihotry, vice president of product marketing, Acer America. "The new Acer Aspire P3 Ultrabook makes touch computing even more powerful by providing customers with the responsive performance, fast boot times, and long battery life they want in a mobile PC. Plus, the form factor of the Acer P3 adds the productivity to ensure all-day usefulness beyond the fun in tablet mode."
The Aspire P3 comes with 3rd Generation Core i3 and i5 processor options, a 60GB or 120GB solid state drive, webcam, 5MP rear facing camera, USB 3.0 ports, 11.6-inch HD IPS display, HDMI output, and more. A full-size chiclet style keyboard is built into the detachable cover.
You can purchase an Aspire P3 today starting at $800.