Just ahead of Computex 2016, Acer has unveiled two new 2-in-1 devices running on Windows 10. The Switch V 10, and Switch One 10 both come with detachable keyboards and run on quad-core Intel Atom processors.
The Switch V 10 will be out later in the year for $249, while the Switch One 10 will be available in Metallic Grey colour variant from July for $199. The Acer Switch V 10 offers many colour options, and will be available in Pearl White, Shale Black, Coral Red, Peacock Blue, and Navy Blue.
The detachable keyboard lets the consumer use the devices like a tablet or a laptop. One of the biggest difference between the two laptops is that the Switch V 10 offers a fingerprint sensor, and sports a USB Type-C port.
The Acer Switch V 10 features a 10.1-inch IPS display, dual cameras on the back and front, and battery life that’s claimed to last up to 9 hours. The Acer Switch One 10 offers HD display for multimedia viewing, front and back cameras, and a battery life that lasts upto 8 hours.
Acer also unveiled the 14-inch TravelMate P249 and 15.6-inch TravelMate P259 notebook series, powered by Intel sixth-generation CPUs, and fingerprint reader support. The two laptops will be available later this year starting at $599.
In April, Acer launched 10 products including laptops, 2-in-1s, a Chromebook, Predator gaming devices, a smartphone, a fitness band, and more. At its New York event, the company launched the Switch Alpha 12 2-in-1 laptop, Chromebook 14 for Work, Aspire S13 and R15 laptops, Predator 17x gaming notebook, Predator G1 compact gaming desktop, Predator Z1 gaming monitors, Liquid Leap fit fitness band, Liquid Zest Plus smartphone, and the Xplova X5 bike computer.