Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Laptop Tester Review | Acer Iconia-6120 Dual Touch Screen Touchbook Review



Acer Iconia-6120 Duo-Screen

Touchbook Review

Being inspired by technology is easy with this Iconia 6120 Dual Screen Touchbook by Acer you can even  inspire everyone around you. This isn’t your typical laptop, Acer really has put all other manufactures of laptops on notice with this very cool and functional platform. Unsurpassed technology makes this Acer Touchbook so interesting and affordable that people are buying them up left and right.
So what does this Acer Touchbook have to offer?

Everything you would expect from Acer, great quality, smart performance and with this Touchbook, top of the line technology in a package that is both a laptop and a touch tablet. The Acer Iconia-6120 LX.RF702.052 Dual-Screen Touchbook is powered by an Intel Core i5-480M 2.53GHz processor, 4GB of DDR3 Memory, 640GB Hard Drive, and Windows 7 Premium 64-Bit operating system, a great combination of futuristic technology at the price we found it at.

With the Dual-Screen Touchbook you have a built in webcam, a large hard drive and incredible customization choices that no other laptop or notebook of this type can touch. Superb connectivity allows you to do more and do more quickly. You won’t believe the speed and power that comes from this Acer Iconia-6120 LX.RF702.052 Dual-Screen Touchbook.

What makes this so amazing is the touch screen keyboard. This allows you to do way more than just type, with Acer's newest technology incorporated into this system, you can do things that have never been possible before with any other notebook.

You can organize and display your pictures, browse the web and control how things are done with this very unique touchbook system, both the keypad and the display are multi-touch, and while you can still type away like you would with a normal keyboard, with this Acer Iconia, the possibilities are almost endless.

This has a very fluid response from both the touch pad and touch screen, and in actuality they are both the same. While open and off it looks like a double screened laptop, but actually it’s just a very cool touch book that when you start it up, will totally amaze your friends co-workers and family.

We really liked the simple options to change both your views of web pages and browsing and at the same time watch a video playing separate from everything else. Acer's Iconia is so advanced and unique that you will have more fun learning the features and using this system than anything else you ever used before.

The documentation provided gives this system a easy to understand interface and manual that allows you to become fully capable in making it work the way you want it to. The incredible Acer Iconia-6120 LX.RF702.052 Dual-Screen Touchbook is very cool and built to last. You will never want another Notebook after you use this Acer Dual-Touch Screen just once!
We were very happy to secure it at two great prices. Circuit City  $1,034.96

          Amazon $1,039.00 



 Specs for the Acer Iconia
  • Intel® Core™ i5-480M processor 2.66GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.93GHz

  • Windows® 7 Home Premium

  • Dual Multi-Touch 14.0" HD Widescreen CineCrystal™ LED-backlit Display.

  • Mobile Intel® HM55 Express Chipset

  • 4096MB DDR3 1066MHz Memory

  • Intel® HD Graphics with 128MB dedictated system memory

  • 640GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive

  •  Built-In HD 1.3MP Webcam

  •  Dolby® Home Theater® v3 Audio Enhancement

  • 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™

  • 2 - USB 2.0 Ports, 1-USB 3.0 Port, 1 - HDMI™ Port with HDCP, Multi-Touch Virtual Keyboard

  • 4-cell Li-ion Battery 3000 mAh, Up to 3 hours of battery life

  • 6.18 lbs. | 2.8 kg system unit only

  • AC Power Adapter, AC Power Cord

  • Wireless Setup Card, Registration/ Limited Warranty Card


  • Microsoft® Office Starter 2010

  • McAfee® Internet Security Suite 60-day insert














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