Acer Aspire Switch 3 Pro Will Borrow Some External Specs With The Switch Alpha 12

May 02, 2017 10:11 AM EDT | Anthony Hunter

There have been reports all over the internet that Acer is slated to introduce a 2-in-1 tablet that has the same design but cheaper than the Switch Alpha 12. The device is called the Acer Aspire Switch 3 Pro, but it's not yet officially announced by the tech giant.

There has been already a few leaked information that gives everyone an idea of its design and specs. It was also stated that the new Acer Aspire Switch 3 Pro will be equipped with Pentium N4200 processor.

According to Geeky Gadgets, the device will house a 64 GB of storage and will run on Windows 10 Professional software. It will also come with a USB Type-A and Type-C ports and a microSD card slot. The leaked photos revealed that the keyboard cover would be fortified with a stylus holder, thus showing that a digital stylus will be made by available by Acer.

Unfortunately, the news outlet doesn't have the complete list of specifications for the tech giant's new tablet. Having that said, it doesn't have any idea about the possible hardware options or how much memory will the tablet have.

In addition, there are also no available details about the device's battery life, which is one of the most significant aspects of a portable gadget like this. Basing on the specifications and features, a news outlet claims that the new device will come at an affordable price.

There are already a few retail store listings indicating that the upcoming tablet from Acer will cost more than $650. The price appears to be a placeholder price, so patrons of the tech giant could assume the final cost would be lower.

On the other hand, a launch event held on April 27, 2017, in New York was the expected event by many fans for the new tablet to be revealed. Keep coming back at Auto World News for more updates of the Acer Aspire 3 Pro tablet.

 

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