Not long ago, Microsoft said that it would be possible to cooperate with OEM manufacturers to launch smaller size screen Windows 8 devices in the future, Today, the French technology website Minimachines released a few renderings of the Acer upcoming small size Windows 8 Tablet Acer Iconia W33D.
According to the French site revealed, the device will be the market’s first Windows 8 small-size tablet, and it will be sold in the fall at the earliest.
The exposed information displays Acer Iconia W3 will be powered by a 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z2760 processor, with 2GB RAM and front and rear dual cameras design, it will be likely to have 32GB and 64GB two versions models, and it supports for memory expansion. In addition, Acer Iconia W3 also has an optional shell holder, as well as a physical keyboard base, and the keyboard base can also be used as expansion power to supply power for Iconia W3.
But the message has not been officially confirmed currently, while the Minimachines said Acer required them to delete the related contents, and now the site has deleted the the related messages of the Iconia W3.