Just bought the first 8-inch Windows 8 tablet, Acer's nimble Iconia W3? Then you may be surprised to learn that its successor could hit the market this September.
Acer spokesman Sterre Swank told German tech website Tweakers.net that a thinner, lighter build will be coming in September, possibly with an improved IPS display. The current model offers a 1280 x 800 resolution screen.
The company has refused to comment publicly on the matter, although presumably a hi-res screen would see the tablet’s price jump up from $380 for the first-generation model, which only launched in June.Source article