Ever wanted an all-in-one PC that can be taken on-the-go in a pinch? Normally we would call those PCs laptops, but Acer's Aspire Z3-700 is truly an all-in-one desktop PC with a five-hour battery in it.
Acer says the battery lets users take the Z3-700 around the home as needed, and its 17.3" 1080p touchscreen lets it act like a huge tablet, in case it's not convenient to use the included wireless keyboard and mouse for whatever reason. A pair of kickstands can be used to position the machine like a traditional all-in-one, or they can fold away for tablet mode.
The Z3-700 is powered by unspecified Intel Pentium and Celeron processors. It'll be configurable with up to 8GB of RAM and SSD or mechanical storage options. Acer says this machine will be available in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa before the end of the year for €599 (or about $680), but there's no word yet on a North American release.
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