Acer Iconia W700, Fujifilm XF1 and Dell XPS 10 - plus lots more in our reviews roundup
Posted on 15 Feb 2013 at 15:49, by Seth Barton
All the Windows 8 tablets we've seen to date have used the limited RT version of the operating system. Now, read our Acer Iconia W700 review, for a full-blooded Windows 8 tablet on which you can run any software you like. Use the included dock and keyboard (plus a monitor if desired) and you've got a desktop PC too.
It's rare that a device bowls us over by both how good it looks and how good it performs, but read our Fujifilm XF1 review for an example. This premium compact camera is brilliantly made, will slip in your pocket and takes great pictures in even poor lighting.
Dell's take on a Windows RT tablet follows that laid down by Asus's many Transformer devices - using a keyboard dock with additional battery capacity. In our Dell XPS 10 review we look if it can get the better of its Asus rival and the Microsoft's own Surface RT.
If you're looking to build a top-end PC then you should be looking to get a high-quality power supply. Our top-pick is the Seasonic X-Series 660W, with high efficiency, a great design and low noise, this is is our Ultimate award-winner.
The super-sleek exterior of the new Acer Ultrabook is certainly beguiling. However, as our Acer Aspire S7 review shows, you can't judge a laptop by its cover.
Finally, we had a play of Aliens: Colonial Marines this week. And even if you're a fan of the films then we recommend giving this a miss.
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