Smartphones have generally dominated the previous year and have been at the forefront of innovation. Just about everyone has been talking smartphones and who can blame them, with releases like the iPhone 5 and BlackBerry 10 OS Handsets paving every headline in the world of techies. But on another front, since it’s safe to say that innovation is now all about getting out the right apps, and making sure that individuals across various platforms have access to them.
This means that devices other than smartphones get to share in the glory too, namely tablets (good thing too as they aren’t subjected to Android spy in the same manner). Windows is definitely a competitor in the tablets market and has often hinted at budget tablets hitting the markets. The idea of budget friendly tablets was released by Acer only, initially starting at manufacturing $99 tablets. Now the Acer prices are so fabulous that even the tablet critics may have themselves wondering why not to simply get one and form an ecosystem with their existing smartphones and laptops.
With Acer getting some attention, individuals have started finally looking out for their latest deals. And now the latest rumors are that Acer Iconia will be featuring a Windows 8 setup and is getting people excited. Why? Simply because the world now gets to see the world’s first small screen windows Tablet. Those who have been holding out for a good deal with such an updated Acer tablet might not have to wait so much longer. According to PCWorld, an image and description of the world’s first small Windows based tablet is out. The Acer Iconia w3-810-1600 was leaked on Amazon not so long ago before it was quickly removed.