About a month back, we had reported about Microsoft easing the hardware requirements for Windows 8 tablets, which was an indication that there could be smaller tablets in the pipeline. A report on French blog MiniMachines now claims to have credible information that Acer will be one of the first companies to launch a smaller Windows 8 tablet. Also Read - How to create your own Memoji on iPhone for fun conversations
The tablet in question is the Acer W3-810, and going by the leaked specifications seems to be a midrange tablet. It seems to sport an 8-inch (1280×800 pixels) display and is claimed to be powered by a 1.8GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor. Not much else is known about the tablet, except that the photos show the tablet featuring a rear and a front camera, a mini-USB and HDMI port and will come bundled with accessories like a keyboard dock.
For now it isn t clear when or at what price Acer will launch the 8-inch Windows tablet.