Acer has introduced two new affordable 2-in-1 hybrid PCs ahead of Computex trade show. Both systems are based on Intel’s quad-core Atom processors, feature 10” multi-touch IPS displays and run Microsoft Windows 10. The new Switch V10 and Switch One computers from Acer will be available next quarter and will cost $199 – $249 in North America. Sales of hybrid 2-in-1 hybrid computers are growing rapidly these days, particularly in well-developed countries. Last year Intel said that shipments of 2-in-1 PCs (which it calls convertibles) were up 1.5 times year-over-year in North America and this year Intel expects this growth to continue, making the product category an interesting target for system builders. Since many people these days would like to have convenience of a tablet...
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