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Acer launches ‘sliding’ C200 Tablet PC in the US

Acer has brought their TravelMate C200 Tablet PC series to the US market. The new tablet PC is unique in design, it has a ‘sliding’ display mechanism as opposed to the standard hinge that enables other Tablet PC monitors to rotate and fold.

There are two models; the high-profile C204TMi (which retails for US $1899) and the lower end C203ETCi (which sells for $1399). Some people many not be impressed at all by this new ‘sliding’, design but its hardware specs may impress you.

The C200 Tablet PC units feature a slot-loading DVD burner, a feature which has been missing far too long in PCs (Apple has been making the design available to consumers forever!). Acer is using the NVIDIA Go 6200 GPU for graphics, instead of utilizing the less desirable Intel-integrated GMA 900 graphics solution.

Here’s a full features list of the Acer C200 Tablet PCs.

Acer TravelMate C204TMi

• Pentium M Processor 760 (2MB L2 cache, 2.0GHz, 533MHz FSB)
• Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Microsoft
• 1GB (512/512) DDR2 533 SDRAM
• Hard drive 100GB
• Modular DVD-Dual drive (DVD+/-RW)
• NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200
• Biometric Fingerprint ID
• 4-in-1 card reader for optional MultiMediaCard , Secure Digital card, Memory Stick or Memory Stick PRO
• One six-cell and one three-cell battery for 5+ run time hours
• 802.11b/g, WLAN, Gigabit LAN, V.92 Modem, Bluetooth
• 12.1″ XGA (14024 x 768)

Acer TravelMate C203ETCi

• Intel Celeron M Processor 370 (1MB L2 cache, 1.5GHz, 400MHz FSB)
• Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
• 512MB (512/0) DDR2 533 SDRAM
• hard drive 80GB
• Modular CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive
• Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900
• 4-in-1 card reader for optional MultiMediaCard , Secure Digital card, Memory Stick or Memory Stick PRO
• 802.11b/g, WLAN, Gigabit LAN, V.92 Modem, Bluetooth
• 12.1″ XGA (14024 x 768)
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