Review: Acer TravelMate C200/C203 (Cyberlaw Central)

Acer TravelMate C200 C203
Kevin Thompson, over at Cyberlaw Central has posted a review of the Acer TravelMate C203. The C203 is the new “convertible” from Acer that uses a unique “sliding-track” mechanism to convert from a notebook to a Tablet PC – it happens smoothly in one motion. One thing I didn’t realize, according to Kevin, “Acer provides a cover for the screen that flips around to act as a heat shield for your lap”. Very cool.

The C200/C203 has a 12.1-inch screen (non-widescreen) and has the capability to carry two batteries. The unique sliding track mechanism works well:

Overall, I have been very happy with my choice of the C200. It’s easy to type out longer essays with the keyboard, and yet for most purposes the pen is a great input device. The conversion between the two modes is rapid enough to keep the flow of my work, unlike other tablets that make you stop and twist the screen around to convert it to tablet mode.

Full Review
Source: jkOnTheRun

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One Response to Review: Acer TravelMate C200/C203 (Cyberlaw Central)

  1. David says:

    If the Acer TravelMate C200/203, which ever has the celeron procs, was converted into intel p speed, do you know how fast would it be??

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