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Standing up with the Acer Iconia W700

If paired with a wireless Bluetooth keyboard and a cradle dock, the Acer Iconia W700 can easily go from portable tablet to mobile office. The device is due out on Octpber 26, with prices ranging from $749.99 to $999.99 depending on storage capacity and processor. Read editors' take
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A few more plugs

The Iconia W700 sports one USB port on its left side, but it gains three more USB ports when paired with its cradle. Read editors' take
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Type it out

Though it has an 11.6-inch touch screen, the tablet can also be used in conjunction with Acer's own wireless Bluetooth keyboard. Read editors' take
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A view from the back

The Iconia W700's 5-megapixel rear-facing camera is capable of recording HD 1080p video. The tablet also has a 1-megapixel front-facing camera. Read editors' take
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A thin profile

In addition to the USB port, the Iconia W700 has a Micro-HDMI output and a Micro-USB port. Read editors' take
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Plugging it all in

The cradle dock pairs with the Iconia W700 through a USB connection. Read editors' take
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