Just when we told you about Lenovo Miix2, Acer unveiled a very similar product of its own. The newly announced Iconia W4 is basically what W3 should’ve been. This time around, Acer opted for a much better IPS display (8-inch 1280×800 pixels), and a faster Intel Bay Trail Z3740 chip. In addition, the rear camera now has a 5-megapixel, whereas the front-facing one kept its 2-megapixel sensor. Also compared to its predecessor, the W4 is a bit thinner (10.75mm) and lighter (415 grams).
Accessory wise, the W4 owners will be able to benefit from the Crunch Keyboard which consists of a Bluetooth keyboard and case, and foldable Crunch covers that come in various colors. Stylus was not mentioned but we assume something like that will also be available at one point.
Finally, the price — Acer will sell the 32GB Iconia W4 for $330, making it an easy sell. Or so we think. Despite the fact that the W4 will have hard time running Photoshop, you’ll still be able to run any number of full-blown Windows apps. Sweet I would say. What do you think?