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Acer Iconia W700 Windows 8 Tablet Unboxing Video


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Christmas in November!  I just received the Acer Iconia W700 and I’m beginning to unbox it.  I ordered it from newegg.com when they briefly had this tablet in stock this past Tuesday. As you may know, the Acer Iconia W700 is one of the first Windows 8 Tablets to be released.  What intrigued me most about this tablet was that it included a docking station and a Bluetooth keyboard.  It also offered the lowest starting price for a Windows 8 Tablet that contains an Intel core processor.

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The Acer Iconia W700 was originally supposed to be released on October 26th, the same date as the Microsoft Surface and Windows 8.  I originally pre-ordered the $999 version from Amazon (for $949 actually) but I have yet to see that unit in stock.  I canceled that order when I saw the W700 in stock at New Egg.  The unit I purchased is the Acer Iconia W700-6691 11.6-Inch Tablet.  It comes with Windows 8 Standard, an Intel Core i5 1.7 GHz processor, 4GBs of ram, 64 GBs of storage, and as I mentioned, a docking station and Bluetooth keyboard.

Check out the unboxing video above.  Use the comments section below to let me know what you think!  I will be posting a video review shortly.

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  1. How is the heat on the device? Any burning plastic smell when it runs hot?

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