Now Hungarian site Tech2.hu reports that Acer is preparing to launch a next-gen tablet called the Acer Aspire P3. As the move from the Iconia name to the Aspire brand suggests, this model will blur the lines between a tablet and a notebook, thanks to an optional keyboard dock.
The Acer Aspire P3 is expected to have an 11.6 inch, 1600 x 900 pixel display, an Intel Ivy Bridge processor (with options ranging from a Celeron chip to an Intel Core i5), and from 32GB to 128GB of storage.
According to Tech2.hu, Acer will market the Aspire P3 as an ultrabook. But it looks more like a tablet with a keyboard that doubles as a carrying case.